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Critical Sexuality Studies: Finding Books

This is a research guide for the course Introduction to Critical Sexuality Studies. Instructor: Ariella Rotramel. Fall 2011 (888:290)

Using the Library Catalog to find Books

To find books on sexuality topics in the Library Catalog, you might get started by using the book titles mentioned  in your Meyerowitz article and locate appropriate subject headings.

Title search:  

Gay power: an American Revolution (by David Eisenbach) 

Subject headings:

Gay Liberation Movement -- United History -- History

Homosexuality -- United States

Intimate Frontiers: Sex, Gender and Culture in Old California (by Alberto Hurtado)

Subject headings:

Sex role -- California -- History -- 18th century

Heterosexuality -- Social aspects -- California -- History -- 19th century

Sexual Blackmail: a Modern History (by Angus McLaren)

Subject headings:

Extortion -- United States -- History

Extortion -- England -- History

Sexual Ethics -- United States -- History

Sexual Ethics -- England -- History

Delivery and Interlibrary Loan

When a book in the Library Catalog is checked out, you can request it using E-Z Borrow and Interlibrary Loan (ILL).

E-Z Borrow (only books; takes up to 5 days to come in)

Interlibrary Loan (books and articles; takes up to 2 weeks to come in)

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

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