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Multicultural Women’s and Gender Studies

Women’s studies research guide for TWU students, faculty and staff.

Subject Librarian

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Jennifer Ottinger
she, her, hers
Contact:
Blagg-Huey Library
307 Administration Dr, Denton, TX 76201
940-898-3772

Email

jottinger1@twu.edu

Office Hours

Do you have questions about how to begin your research project or are having trouble finding resources? Need some pointers on search strategies? Email or call to set up a one-on-one, or small group meeting. 

Office Hours: 
Monday, Wednesday, Friday
8am-3pm, in-person or virtual appointments 
 
Tuesday and Thursday 
8am-3pm, virtual appointments

 

Faculty, feel free to email and set up a time for instruction on a variety of topics surrounding research and library resources. We can work together to find a time that best fits your students needs, both virtually and in-person. I'm also available to assist in your research needs as well.

Welcome

Hello!

Welcome to the TWU Libraries Multicultural Women and Gender Studies subject guide! Here you will find a variety of research, news, and information sources. As a subject librarian, I'm available for questions about library resources and research. I can work with classes or one-on-one, both in-person and virtually. Send me an email or call to set something up. I'd love to help at any step of your research paper or project and at any time during your academic or research career. 

The pages to the left will take you to resources surrounding the research process and resources available through TWU's online catalog. There are also pages that provide resources available online that cover "grey literature" or research resources that aren't "peer reviewed" but can provide background information on a variety of topics, as well as resources to use during research projects.

Below you'll find the link to the Woman's Collection at TWU and the Gateway to Women's History, TWU's digital library to the Women's Collection.. This is just a small sample of what Special Collections and University Archives has in their collections. Contact Special Collections to see what primary sources might be able to help or inspire you!

*Check back often because new resources are frequently added. If you find any typos or would like to suggest additions to the libguide, please let me know! jottinger1@twu.edu

Grey Literature in Multicultural Women & Gender Studies (MWGS) Research

Grey literature can be useful when researching topics in MWGS. Click here to find out more about grey literature and to see how grey literature can add to your research.

 

Ideas, Thoughts, and Resources Regarding Writing and Research

Getting the Most Out of Google Scholar

Check out Google Scholar Tips and Tricks along the left side to find out how!


For more search strategies and research tips, click the Research Basics or Google Scholar Tips and Tricks button under the headings on the upper left side.