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Gender and Women's Studies / Anthropology 2400 : Women's Folklore: Books? Are you kidding me?

"The tale I have told you, that tale is a lie. But listen to me, bright maiden, proud youth--the tale is a lie; what it tells is the truth.” Traditional Folktale Ending

Books on Reserve for this Class

Your instructor has specially selected dozens of folklore titles especially for this course.  They are kept here in the library at the central, "Ask Us" desk & you may check them out there.  They stay in the library, but you can easily scan articles, sections, even entire chapters at one of our three open book scanners--then send or save the .pdf files for future use!  Check here for Women's Folklore Reserves.

You can also search for Reserves directly from the library homepage under "Search Course Reserves."  

Ebooks for this Class

Finding Books

Though Auraria Library has access to thousands of online and print materials, no library has everything. However, it's likely you can get access to an item through other sources!