As we close out another academic year, we want to remind you of useful resources for two of the strongest areas of our publishing program: gender studies and Latin American studies. In 2017, we launched new e-book subject collections in Gender Studies and Latin American Studies.
Our Gender Studies/Feminist Theory book list features authors well known for their work in gender studies, gay and lesbian studies, transgender studies, and queer and feminist theory. Many of our journals also address gender studies from transnational and interdisciplinary perspectives:
- Camera Obscura: Feminism, Culture, and Media Studies,
- differences: A Journal of Feminist Cultural Studies,
- GLQ: A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies,
- Journal of Middle East Women’s Studies, and
- TSQ: Transgender Studies Quarterly.
View the title list for the Gender Studies collection, which features more than 500 e-books and is available to libraries by purchase, lease, or lease-to-own.
LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES
Our Latin American Studies authors are well known for their work in anthropology, art, cultural studies, Caribbean studies, Chicano and Latino studies, history, literature, film and media, and politics. Many of our journals also cover Latin America:
- Hispanic American Historical Review,
- Labor: Studies in Working-Class History,
- Radical History Review,
- Small Axe: A Caribbean Journal of Criticism, and
- World Policy Journal.
View the title list for the Latin American Studies collection, which features more than 500 e-books and is available to libraries by purchase, lease, or lease-to-own.
If you’re interested in gaining access to these resources, have your librarian contact our Library Relations team to get more information.