This guide highlights library resources to help you in your research and writing for Asian American Feminisms. There's lots more where this came from! If you don't find what you need here please contact Danette Pachtner, your course librarian. You can schedule an appointment directly in her calendar. Matthew Hayes, our Asian American Studies Librarian, is also available to meet with and consult. Danette is based in Lilly Library on East Campus, and Matthew is in the International and Area Studies Department in Perkins Library, on West Campus.
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