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This guide is designed for all researchers, beginning and advanced. It is a starting point for all aspects of women's, feminist, and gender studies research. Feminist Studies 182 students are especially encouraged to start here.
HIST 168CR (US-Mexico Borderlands, Spring 2016)
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Chicana/o history research seminar on the U.S.-Mexico borderlands. An examination of current views and perceptions, as well as the broader history and experiences of Mexicans, Central Americans, and Mexican Americans living in border communities.
HIST 9 (Historical Investigations, Methods and Skills, Spring 2016)
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Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer Studies
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Library resources for researching GLBTQ issues.
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Wealth & Poverty in America
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Undergraduate research seminar in wealth and poverty in America. Professor: Dr. Mary Furner
WRIT 109HU (Hammer, Spring 2016)
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American identity and writing for the humanities