Library @ Sarah Doyle

The Sarah Doyle Center Library is the center's own independent collection of books and resources available to the campus community. The collection includes over 4,000 volumes focused on women, gender, and sexuality through an intersectional lens. In addition to its substantial book collection, the Library includes a zine collection, subscriptions to several feminist magazines and journals, and an historical archive of the Sarah Doyle Center.

 Topics of Strength Include:

  • Feminism and feminist critique (including feminisms of color, trans feminisms, disabled feminisms, etc.)
  • Women’s studies
  • Gender and sexuality studies
  • Queer theory and queer studies (particularly lesbian studies)
  • Critical race theory
  • Reproductive justice and rights
  • Family, parenting, and pregnancy
  • Interpersonal Violence
  • Activism