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The Edna Maynard Gott Memorial Library
Founded in 1995 honoring Dr. Edna Gott, first woman awarded tenure in the Department of Economics. Materials provided by the College of Human Science and Preston F. Gott (1919-2002), Professor Emeritus of Physics.
The Florence Brown En Avant Club Scholarship is endowed by Professor Preston Gott, Physics Department, in memory of Edna Maynard Gott. Edna Maynard Gott was a founding member of the Women's Studies Program.
Over the years the library has grown due to generous donations by former Women's Studies Director, Gwen Sorell, and community supporter Kay Cole.
Our collection covers over 40 different categories ranging in diverse topics covering art, culture, education, feminism, gender, health, history, household, literature (autobiography/biography/fiction/poetry), media, philosophy, psychology, power, politics, race, reproduction, religion, science/technology, sex, sexism, sports, writing, as well as social movements such as the Women's Liberation Movement and the Gay/Lesbian Movement.
We also have a series of Journals including; SIGNS: Women in Culture and Society, National Association of Women Deans, Administrators, and Counselors, Feminist Teacher, Feminist Theory, European Journal of Women's Studies and Feminist Studies.
The library space is open for studying, browsing the book collection and hosting small meetings. It is equipped with a screen for viewing DVDs. Films are available for use in classroom settings.
Hours of operation
M-F | 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
By appointment | Contact Tricia Earl or by phone 742.4335
How do I access the library?
- Lending Library location: DOAK Hall RM 123
- Lending Library Policies and Procedures
- Lending Library Checkout Sheet (available in DOAK RM 123 upon check out)
- Lending Library Search Catalogue (coming soon)
Give to the Library
- In-kind gifts can include rare books, periodicals, and journals
- Download a Women's Studies Donation Form
Do you need volunteer hours? Do you have a knack for organizing? Have you ever wondered what it's like to work with a collection for a Lending Library? If your answer is yes to any one of these questions, the Women's Studies Program needs your help. A volunteer is needed to assist with the final stages of cataloging and updating the collection for an online web based search system.
For more details visit our Volunteer Opportunity for the Lending Library.
DOAK HALL RM 123
Google maps link
15th & Boston
Lubbock, TX 79409-2009
Assistant Librarian, Reference, Museum Science & Women's Studies
Office: Library, Mezzanine 111
T (806) 742.4335
Annual Volunteer Opportunity