The IFC Library houses a growing collection of gender and women’s studies books and films that are available to students, faculty, and staff at The Claremont Colleges. Books and films may be checked out or viewed at our library, Vita Nova 106, Scripps. We also have senior theses, magazines, and other resources.
IFC accepts requests to purchase films related to gender, women’s studies, and feminist issues for curricular use. Please send requests to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Claremont Colleges Libraries will also purchase films on request; visit https://library.claremont.edu/suggest-purchases/.
- IFC Books and Film Database (Use “search in this library” for IFC collection) *New books and films in our library collection.
GWS Collections at Claremont College Libraries
- Media Education Foundation GWS Films
- Media Education Foundation, The Man Card Film
- (Women Make Movies) WMM films
- E-Journals, Reports, and More
- Research Tools from Honnold-Mudd
- Scholarship@Claremont (Theses & Dissertations)
- Senior Theses
- IFC Special Collections
- Gender and Women’s Studies Librarian at Honnold-Mudd
- The Claremont Feminist Archive will be a collection of feminist, disability studies, gender studies, and queer studies student projects at the Claremont Colleges. It is meant to serve as a way to value knowledge production from those often excluded from scholarly conversation and allow future generations of students learn from past students. We encourage all students to submit their work in related subjects! If anyone is interested, email the work in whatever form possible, but preferably PDF, to email@example.com (Students can include names or submit anonymously).
- Student website on queer archives at Honnold-Mudd Library.
- Women’s Studies Archive connects archival collections concerning women’s history from across the globe and from a wide range of sources.
- (ALIC) Archives Library Information Center (National Archives)
- Anti-racism & Black Lives Matter Resources: The Claremont Colleges Library collection of resources to educate the community on issues surrounding the Black Lives Matter movement and protests. These issues include topics such as anti-racism, systemic racism, systemic oppression, police brutality, mass incarceration
- Reproductive Justice Toolkit/Resources – Building Justice and Solidarity — Antiracist Feminist and Queer Knowledge/Action Work from Scripps FGSS Classrooms
- Gender Bias in Academe: An Annotated Bibliography of Important Recent Studies
- Women and Gender Studies Core Books database is a project of the Association of College & Research Libraries
- Women’s Review of Books
- Center for Reproductive Rights / January 2015 Report: Moving in a New Direction: A Proactive State Policy Resource for Promoting Reproductive Health Rights and Justice
- MAKERS is a media brand that exists to accelerate the women’s movement, through stories of real life experiences that ignite passion and action.
- Ms. Foundation for Women National Survey: Fresh Look at Public Views on Issues and Solutions
- United Nations Entity for Gender Equity and the Empowerment of Women
- The Women’s Research & Education Institute
- Feminist.com Directory of Pro-Feminist Men’s Groups
- George Washington University Directory of Feminist Internet Resources
- Gender-Related Electronic Forums is an annotated, award-winning listing of publicly-accessible e-mail discussion forums (also known as “lists” or “listservs”) related to women or to women-focused gender issues.
- WMST-L is an international electronic forum for people involved in Women’s Studies as teachers, researchers, librarians, and/or program administrators. It offers a rapid and cost-free way for participants to ask questions and exchange information about the academic side of Women’s Studies: current research, teaching strategies, useful texts and films, innovative courses, funding sources, building Women’s Studies majors, minors, and graduate programs, relations between Women’s Studies and other “minority studies” programs, and other academic issues. Subscribe to WMST-L and send a message to the listserv that consists of only one line in the body of your message:
- subscribe WMST-L yourfirstname yourlastname.
For instance, Subscribe WMST-L Jane Doe. Do not include a subject heading. If you have questions about WMST-L, first check the WMST-L User’s Guide. The answer is likely to be there.
- New York Public Library Reading Lists
- Know Your Feminisms
- Women, Activism, and Inspiration
- Telling the Story of the Trans Community
- Landmark U.S. Supreme Court Decisions
- Ecocritisism 101
- Food Studies