Library Resources

Looking for some good Women’s Studies books to read or movies to watch?
Here are some new ones at the Lamson Library!

Mammy: A Century of Race, Gender, and Southern Memory
Kimberly Wallace-Sanders
Location: Upper Level PS173.D65 W35 2008  

Changed for good : a feminist history of the Broadway musical
Stacy Wolf
Location: Upper Level  ML2054 .W64 2011  

Frontier feminist : Clarina Howard Nichols and the politics of motherhood
Marilyn S. Blackwell and Kristen T. Oertel
Location: Lower Level  HQ1413.N52 B53 2010  

Getting in the Game : Title IX and the women’s sports revolution
Deborah L. Lake
Location: Lower Level  KF4166 .B73 2010  

Unruly girls, unrepentant Mothers: redefining feminism on screen
Kathleen Rowe Karlyn
Location: Lower Level  PN1995.9.W6 K37 2011

Dangerous Curves : action heroines, gender, fetishism, and popular culture
Jeffery A. Brown
Location: Upper Level  PN1995.9.W6 B76 2011  

Gender and climate change : an introduction
edited by Irene Denkelman
Location: Upper Level  QC903 .G47 2010  

Fantastic women : 18 tales of the surreal and the sublime
edited by Rob Spillman ; introd. by Joy Williams
Location: Upper Level  PS648.F3 F353 2011

Alice Staples ( astaples@plymouth.edu) is the Archives and Special Collections Librarian at Lamson Library, and is the Library Liaison to the Women’s Studies Council! Click here to send her a comment or question about library materials relating to Women’s Studies!

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