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Women, Culture and Society: Libraries & General Info

This guide presents select resources for the course "Women, Culture and Society," Fall 2013. Instructor: Snezana Otasevic.

Libraries and Centers

Douglass Library Douglass Campus. Collection focuses on women and gender, as well as performing arts. 

  • REFERENCE DESK PHONE: 848-932-5020
  • REFERENCE DESK HOURS: M-Th, 12-6; Fri 12-4; Sat & Sun closed.

Douglass Library is also home of  Media Center and Fordham Multimedia Lab. 

Margery Somers Foster Center, based at Douglass Library, is dedicated to developping co-curricular initiatives on visual technology and networked culture. 

Alexander Library College Avenue Campus. Collection focuses on humanities and social sciences. 

  • REFERENCE DESK PHONE: 848-932-7509 or 848-932-6000
  • REFERENCE DESK HOURS: M-Th, 10-9; Fri 10-4; Sat 1-6; Sun 1-6.

Rutgers Websites of Interest

Institute for Women's Leadership's Fact Sheets on Women's Leadership compiles data on representation of women in STEM fields, U.S. military, banking, diversity in higher education and much more. The Reports on the Status of Women contains reports on education and research. 

Rutgers Facts & Figures page contains university data and information.The link Rutgers Fact Books presents statistics and figures of Rutgers students and faculty, academics, campus life, etc. 

Office for Violence Prevention and Victim Assistance serves members of Rutgers community who are victims of interpersonal violence. 

Center for Social Justice Education and LGBT Communities  offers educational, social and leadershio programs and activities for LGBT students, allies and staff/faculty liaisons for LGBT students.  

From Targum, May 10, 1971

Head, Margery Somers Foster Center & Women's Studies Librarian

Kayo Denda
Contact:
Margery Somers Foster Center

Mabel Smith Douglass Library

8 Chapel Drive

Tel: 848-932-5023

Fax: 732-932-6777

Email: kdenda@rutgers.edu
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