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Gender and Social Justice: Finding Books

This guide provides an overview of locating print and electronic resources in Gender and Social Justice at the University of Waterloo Library.

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Reading Lists

The Library has compiled two reading lists for you. They can be found below:

Black Lives Matter - Canadian Reading List: This collection of books is based on the Black Lives Canada Syllabus // #BlackLivesCDNSyllabus first created in 2016 by Anthony N. Morgan as a Twitter hashtag and later compiled as a web-based list by Huda Hassan. It was expanded by Library staff to include titles about anti-Black racism in Canada and the lived experiences of Black Canadians.

Indigenous peoples in Canada - Reading List: This reading list has been compiled to expand and build on current understandings of the experiences of First Nations, Inuit, and Métis peoples in Canada.

Books by Call Number

Books in Gender and Social Justice are located primarily at the Dana Porter Library.

A handful of topics are listed below with call number ranges. For a comprehensive review of your topic, search OMNI.

Topic Call number Location
Family, marriage, women HQ1-2044 8th floor
Sexual life HQ12-449 8th floor
Women, feminism HQ1101-2030.7 8th floor
Men HQ1088-1090.7 6th floor
Feminist ethics BJ1395 6th floor
Sexual behaviour BF692- 6th floor
Women's education LC1401-2576 8th floor
Women authors (english language) PR111-116 9th floor
Women and technology T36 9th floor

Please see the Library's Floor Plans to find the call number range for the above subjects.

You may also want to check the Dana Porter Library's reference collection under the same call number ranges listed above.