There are many books on research methodology. Most feminist research methods books are located in the HQ 1180 call number area, on the second floor, east, in Ellis Library.
Keep in mind that methods books are high use, so if our copy is checked out or unavailable, request the book from All MERLIN or MOBIUS, or ask for assistance in locating a similar resource.
Here is a small sampling of titles:
Beyond methodology: feminist scholarship as lived research Fonow & Cook, eds (HQ 1180 .B49 1991)
Feminism and methodology : social science issues Sandra Harding, ed (H61 .F38 1987)
Theory and Methods in Social Research Cathy Lewin and Bridget Somekh, eds. (H62 .T494 20011)
Queer methods & methodologies: intersecting queer theories and social science research Kath Browne and Catherine J Nash, eds
Handbook of feminist research: theory and praxis Sharlene Nagy Hesse-Biber (HQ 1180 .H35 2007) and 2nd edition 2012, (HQ 1180 .H35 2012)
Feminist research in theory and practice Gayle Letherby (HQ 1180 .L47 2003)
Feminist Research Practice: a primer Sharlene Nagy Hesse-Biber, Patricia Lina Leavy (HQ 1180 .H47 2007)
Just methods : an interdisciplinary feminist reader Alison M. Jaggar, ed. (HQ 1180.J87 2008)
Liberating Method : feminism and social research Marjorjie L. DeVault (HQ 1180 .D48 1999)
Feminism and method: ethnography, discourse analysis and activist research Nancy A. Naples (HQ 1180 .N37 2003)
Feminist methodology: challenges and choices Caroline Ramazanoglu w/Janet Holland (HQ 1180 .R35 2002)