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Zine Library: Zine Collections at Douglas
Zines at the Douglas College Library, Zine resources for faculty and distros Zinesters
spill it. features qualitative responses from an exploratory research study, involving a survey and campus audit. The study aimed to document access to menstrual products and student experiences with menstruation on campus. As a first zine author and artist Rebecca Johnson hopes that spill it. will illuminate what it's like to menstruate on campus, and inspire others to share their story.
This zine emerged as a class project in a Gender, Sexualities and Women’s Studies (GSWS 1101) class with Douglas College faculty instructor Jaime Yard. The planned distribution was to “little libraries” around our New West campus and our homes. When COVID 19 social isolation measures were put in place the editorial team rapidly pivoted to bring this e-zine to you!
A student-edited collection published as the second in a series of zines. the Little Feminist Zine (LFZ) began as a class project in a Winter 2020 Gender Sexualities and Women’s Studies (GSWS) 1101 at Douglas College. Planned as a paper zine to be distributed in “little libraries” around our Coquitlam and New Westminster campuses the project took on new life as an ezine after the sudden pandemic lockdown.
This zine emerged as a class project in a Gender, Sexualities and Women’s Studies (GSWS 1101-02) class with Douglas College faculty instructor Sally Mennill in Winter 2021.
Where are the Zine Collections?
Zines are located at both the David Lam and New Westminster campus libraries and are an in-house browsing collection. You may use them in the library but they cannot be signed out.
Most of the zines can be searched and found in Google if you need a copy.
The Douglas College Zine collection is not catalogued and therefore cannot be searched in the library catalogue.
Help us Build Local and Canadian Content!
Help the library build our collection.
We collect Zines about local and Canadian topics and issues, Politics, Environment, Health, COVID 19/Pandemic quarazines, Labour/Work issues, Crime, Indigenous and First Nations, Gender / Womens / LGBTQ2S issues. We are particularly focused on local zines and local content. If you are a local Zinester consider sending your zine as a donation to build our collection.
Donations are accepted on an ongoing basis and at either campus libraries. The donation form has information on how to donate.