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International Gender Studies: Treatises, Books, Etc.

Finding Treatises, Books, etc.

Numerous treatises, books, and other specialized materials address international human rights and gender issues. Useful tools for locating such resources include: 

  1. Search LOC’s Global Legal Information Catalog
  2. Search the UNL Library catalog
  3. Search WorldCat
  4. Keyword search in Google Books, HathiTrust, and Internet Archive

UNL Library Catalog

Advanced Catalog Search

Suggested Library of Congress Subject Headings (LCSH):

  • Human Rights
  • Child Labor
  • Human Trafficking
  • Gender Identity - law and legislation
  • Humanitarian Law

Locating Relevant LCSHs:

1. Locate a relevant item in the library catalog; in the catalog record for that item, refer to the "Subject" field. 

2. Consult the LC Linked Data Service website

Locating Human Rights Materials in the Library:

‚ÄčMost items dealing with international human rights law are located in the call number range K 3236 – K 3268. By browsing the library shelf in this call number range, you will quickly get an overview of the books the Schmid law library has pertaining to IHR.

 

WorldCat

Google Books/HathiTrust/Internet Archive

Interlibrary Loan

If you need a book or periodical that the Schmid Law Library does not own, you may request it through interlibrary loan. You may make a request by filling out the ILL request form. This process can take up to two weeks, depending on the item requested, so it is important to make these requests as soon as possible. If you have questions about interlibrary loan, please contact Kris Lauber. She can be reached at 402-472-8304 or klauber@unl.edu.