This guide lists some of the best resources for getting started with gender, race, and identity research. You'll find information on finding articles, books, data, primary sources, and websites. Don't forget to use the Interlibrary Loan Service and LINK+ for resources not owned by the UNR Libraries. [See links to these services via the 'Books' tab.]
If you have a question, please contact the librarian by using the information on the right.
Gender, Race and Identity encompasses a wide range of interdisciplinary topics from the humanities, sciences, and social sciences. Links to research resources for investigating class, ethnicity, gender, genocide, holocaust studies, identity, men's studies, peace studies, race, and women's studies are included in this guide.
The scope of gender, race and identity is very broad. Be sure to consult other CampusGuides for resources not linked from this guide.