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Gender and Sexuality Studies
Collection development policy for Gender and Sexuality Studies
Out-of-print materials are sought, generally, to replace lost materials considered indispensable to the collection, or upon faculty request.
Chronological Period Considerations
Gender and Sexuality Studies as a discipline emerged in the early 1960s, however, its interests date to the emergence of gendered humankind, about five million years ago. In general, most Gender and Sexuality Studies historical scholarship relies upon the written record rather than archaeological one.