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WGST 396: Transnational Feminist Activism

Professor Meera Sehgal - Winter 2018

Where to start

  1. Reference sources
    (pointers to scholarly sources)
  2. Scholarly sources
    (pointers to primary sources)
  3. Primary sources
    (pointers to new ideas)

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2. Search REFERENCE ARTICLES in Catalyst
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3. ​Search REFERENCE ARTICLES in the database Reference Universe

Reference Works -- Theory

You are getting lots of theory from your class readings.  But, if you need additional help thinking about how to apply those frameworks, these reference works can be useful for providing context and basic definitions.

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