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Politics of Reproduction: Home

This guide points to resources that address issues of reproduction.

New Libraries Website

The Libraries have a new Website. It was launched in July 2021. The collections and the services are the same as before, but the information is arranged differently or has a different path. Compared to the former Website, the current Website presents a specific home page for each of the Rutgers campus libraries. The Rutgers University Libraries - New Brunswick home page provides information relevant for the Rutgers - New Brunswick users, including library hours, availability of study rooms, names of librarians, and so on. The video tutorials on this guide consider the the home page the Rutgers University Libraries - New Brunswick.

Head, Margery S. Foster Ctr. & Librarian for Women's, Gender and Sexuality Studies

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Contact:
Margery S. Foster Ctr.
Mabel Smith Douglass Library
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About this LibGuide

Women's March Photo by Monica Melton on UnsplashThis LibGuide was created by The Politics of Reproduction (RU795) course. Here you'll find some search basics and resources for the final film analysis project. 

About the creator

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Harmony Birch is a graduate student at Rutgers University studying library and information science with a concentration in school media. She is a former journalist who spends her free time podcasting about feminist books, cooking, and, of course, reading. You can find more about her by visiting her librarian portfolio.

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