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Gender Studies: Start Here

Using this Guide

Deborah Heath

Welcome to the Gender Studies Research Guide. This guide provides a pathfinder for students doing gender-related library research.

Questions? Ask Elaine.  

 

Image credit:  Robert Reynolds, “Deborah HeathLewis & Clark Digital Collections.

 

 

Special Collections

The RevolutionThe Lewis & Clark Special Collections hold a number of rare book and archival collections that document the suffrage movement and the lives of women during the late nineteenth and twentieth centuries, with a particular focus on women in Oregon.

These collections include the Abigail Scott Duniway Collection, the Susan B. Anthony Journals, the Papers of the YWCA of Portland and the Diaries of Marion Harriett Crable Bennett and Marion Hope Bennett.

The Jean Ward Collection on Gender Studies was established to recognize the many contributions of Jean M. Ward, Professor of Communication at Lewis & Clark College from 1964-2006.  Jean was a founder of the Gender Studies Symposium and the founder and initial director of the Gender Studies Program at the College.

Image credit:  "First page of the first issue of The Revolution” edited by Edited by Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Parker Pillsbury.  Lewis & Clark Digital Collections.

Gender Studies Librarian

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Elaine Hirsch
Contact:
Watzek Library 236
503-768-7288

Research Help

 

Contact a research librarian for help with an assignment, project or resource.

Hours: Mon-Fri, 12PM-4PM.
503-768-7285
librarian@lclark.edu