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Women's Studies and Gender Studies

WSGS Subject Guide

The Women’s Studies and Gender Studies Subject Guide (see http://libguides.luc.edu/womens_studies_gender_studies) allows students and researchers to identify and access core research resources related to the interdisciplinary scholarship of women’s studies and gender studies.  This Subject Guide, provided by University Libraries at Loyola University Chicago, allows students and researchers to identify and access core research resources related to the interdisciplinary scholarship of women's studies and gender studies.

Jane Currie is Reference Librarian and Subject Specialist in University Libraries. She provides research assistance and class presentations for the Women’s Studies and Gender Studies Program.  If you are doing research in Women’s Studies and Gender Studies and would like advanced guidance in finding rich sources, Jane Currie and the WSGS Subject Guide are here to help.  Contact Jane (jcurrie@luc.edu) to request research help, class instruction, or inquire about existing or prospective research resources. 

Refer to the WSGS and Gannon Center Events tab to find articles and other sources on program topics and speakers for further reflection and thought. In the weeks prior to and following major WSGS and/or Gannon Center events, the WSGS Subject Guide may offer other sources on the themes visited in the events. 

To learn more about the research assistance available from University Libraries, refer to the Need Help Guide (see http://libguides.luc.edu/needhelp).  More information about services for faculty members is also available online. Please visit http://libraries.luc.edu/staff.  University Libraries welcomes alumni.  Visit http://libraries.luc.edu/services/alumni.htm to discover services for Loyola University Chicago graduates.

Click here for the interactive and printable PDF of this information as a handout: WSGS University Library Resources and Research Guide.


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