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Gender Studies: Books, Reference Books, Theses

Welcome to our Gender Studies subject page which brings together a host of information about using Gender Studies resources at University of Malaya Library.

Key Location

  • We use the Library of Congress classification scheme. Key locations for titles of interest to Gender Studies are listed here
  • Materials for gender's studies research can be found in every class, in every format, in all languages, and for all time periods. Almost any item could be studied by virtue of its inclusion or exclusion of women.
  • Careful searches in the online catalog by classification, subject, and year have produced the numbers given in this overview.
  • Class HQ, covering the topics of Family, Gender, and Sexuality, many of these works focus on men.
  • Within the HQ class are on feminism (HQ1100-HQ2044);
  • On sexual life (HQ12-HQ472)
  • Family, marriage, and home (HQ503-HQ1058). 

How to borrow books

1. Bring the book to the service counter. 

2. Use the self-service machine

How to get books not available in the library

If the book you need is not available in the library, you may

  • Request to borrow the book from other institutions via "Publication Supply", or
  • Suggest books for the library to purchase.

Send your request/suggestion via eServices at interaktif portal.

 

Finding theses

undefinedFinding Theses & Dissertations

Copies of all University of Malaya PhD and Masters theses are held in the Minda Hall, Level II of the Central Library. All theses are catalogued and have an entry in Pendeta Discovery.

UM Students' Repository - Provides an online archive for the written work of University of Malaya students such as academic exercises, dissertations and theses.

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