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Gender and Technology: Finding Books

This research guide is for the students in Gender and Technology course.

Searching Library Catalog

Search Strategy:  Use the same strategy described in the "Finding Articles" tab. Start with keywords to find subject headings.You can also use familiar names, from your syllabus for example, to do your search:

  • Shapiro, Eve
  • Penny, Laurie
  • Haraway, Donna
  • Hill Collins, Patricia

Click here to go to the catalog.

Reserve a book:  You can reserve a book  from your home library or from other library locations. Use  the "Book Delivery" tab, below the book cover image. The book will be pulled and kept at the circulation desk.

E- Encyclopedias and Handbooks

Encyclopedias and handbooks are useful to gather overall information. To access these titles off-campus, you will need RU login.

Encyclopedia of Gender and Information Technology Searchable version of the 2 volume encyclopedia covering key issues, terms, and concepts relating to the role of gender in human interaction with IT and the IT profession.

Encyclopedia of Gender in Media Addresses a variety of entertainment and news content in print and electronic media and explores the social construction of masculinity as well as femininity. In addition to representations of gender within the media, it also analyzes gender issues related to media ownership and the media workforce.

Encyclopedia of Women & Islamic Cultures presents an interdisciplinary, trans-historical, and global project embracing women and Islamic cultures in every region where there have been significant Muslim populations. It includes entries on the use of technology.

The Oxford Handbook of Feminist Theory includes comprehensive essays on significant topics by  feminist and gender scholars, including Rutgers faculty members. Also available in print under call number: Douglass Ref HQ1190.O975 2016

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