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If the book is located at a different campus you may place a hold on it. We will transfer the book to the campus library of your choice.

If the book is located at a different campus you may place a hold on it. We will transfer the book to the campus library of your choice.

If the book is located at a different campus you may place a hold on it. We will transfer the book to the campus library of your choice.

If the book is located at a different campus you may place a hold on it. We will transfer the book to the campus library of your choice.

If the book is located at a different campus you may place a hold on it. We will transfer the book to the campus library of your choice.

If the book is located at a different campus you may place a hold on it. We will transfer the book to the campus library of your choice.

If the book is located at a different campus you may place a hold on it. We will transfer the book to the campus library of your choice.

If the book is located at a different campus you may place a hold on it. We will transfer the book to the campus library of your choice.

If the book is located at a different campus you may place a hold on it. We will transfer the book to the campus library of your choice.

If the book is located at a different campus you may place a hold on it. We will transfer the book to the campus library of your choice.

If the book is located at a different campus you may place a hold on it. We will transfer the book to the campus library of your choice.

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Browse our Collection

Check these locations on the Library shelves or in the catalogue:

  • BF1-990 - Psychology
    • BF309-499 - Consciousness. Cognition
    • BF636-637 - Applied psychology
  • E11-143 - America
    • E75-99 - Indians of North America
  • E151-909 - United States
    • E184-185.98 - Elements in the population
      • E184.5-185.98 - Afro-Americans
      • E185.2-185.89  Status and development since emancipation
  • F1001-1145.2 - British America (including Canada)
  • FC1-4350 - Canadian History
    • FC97-145 - Canadians. Elements in the population.
  • GN1-890 - Anthropology
    • GN269-279 - Race (General)
    • GN301-674 - Ethnology. Social and cultural anthropology
    • GN357-367 - Culture and cultural processes
    • GN378-396 - Collected ethnographies
    • GN406-517 - Cultural traits, customs, and institutions
    • GN537-674 - Ethnic groups and races
  • HD6050-6305 - Classes of labor
    • Including women, children, students, middle-aged and older persons, minorities
  • HM(1)-1281 - Sociology
    • HM661-696 - Social Control
  • HQ1-2044 - The Family. Marriage. Women
    • HQ12-449 - Sexual Life
  • HT51-1595 - Communities. Classes. Races
    • HT1501-1595 - Races, including race as a social group and race relations in general
  • HV1-9960 - Social pathology. Social and public welfare. Criminology
    • HV1442-1448 - Women
    • HV1449 - Gay men. Lesbians
    • HV1551-3024 - People with disabilities (Including blind, deaf, people with physical and mental disabilities)
    • HV4005-4013 - Immigrants
    • HV6250-6250.4 - Victims of crimes. Victimology
  • KE - Law of Canada
    • KE1-9450 - Federal law. Common and collective provincial law. Individual provinces and territories
  • LB5-3640 - Theory and practice of education
    • LB2300-2430 - Higher education
  • LC8-6691 - Special aspects of education
    • LC189-214.53 - Educational sociology
    • LC212-212.863 - Discrimination in education
    • LC212.9-212.93 - Sex differences in education
    • LC213-214.53 - Educational equalization. Right to education
    • LC1099-1099.5 Multicultural education (General)
    • LC1200-1203 Inclusive education
    • LC1390-5160.3 - Education of special classes of persons
      • LC1390 - Men. Boys
      • LC1401-2572 - Women. Girls
      • LC2574-2576 - Gays. Lesbians. Bisexuals
      • LC2699-2913 - Blacks. African Americans
      • LC3950-4806.5 - Exceptional children and youth. Special education

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