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Videos on Women's and Gender Studies  

SELECTED DVDs and Videotapes in the Rutgers Libraries
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The Invisble War (2012)

Douglass Media 10-3913


About the Guides

These Guides allow browsing of broad categories of some of the videos and DVDs in the Rutgers libraries collections.  See below for tips on searching for specific resources in our Library Catalog. 

Please go here for a monthly list of new media acquisitions.  New acquisitions can be requested at any time by contacting the Media Librarian, or by filling out our Booking Form if you intend to use the title for a specific class. 

Specialized or course-specific guides can be created at any time by contacting the Media Librarian.


Catalog Search Tips

If you are looking for a specific title or name, search the Library Catalog quick search using the tab for Books and Media and a Keyword from the title and/or name. 

Advanced Search where you can limit format to 'Visual Materials offers the most complete access to our holdings.

The Media Guides found here are for browsing subject areas that are not well addressed by subject headings. But there are many types of subject searches, such as 'United States history', 'oceanography', 'music' and other areas that are done better in the Catalog

Full text searching of the abstracts, contents, and summaries found in the Catalog is a also a very useful strategy for complex topics.  For a search like 'race issues in films about labor' go to Advanced Search where you can limit to 'Visual Materials' and put 'race and labor' in WORDS anywhere. 

If you are searching for criticism about films or television use the Library Catalog for books and our our main page for articles, by choosing 'Film and Television' from the drop down menu.


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