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New Sexuality and Gender Studies Books at Grafton
Sex variant woman : the life of Jeannette Howard Foster
Call Number: HQ75.4.F67 P37 2008
Wives and husbands : gender and age in Southern Arapaho history by
Call Number: E99.A7 F695 2010
The Second Sex
Call Number: HQ1208 .B352 2010
Shakespeare, feminism and gender by
Call Number: PR2991 .S54 2001
Race-ing justice, en-gendering power : essays on Anita Hill, Clarence Thomas, and the construction of social reality
Call Number: KF8745.T48 R33 1992
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