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Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies: Home

A guide to online and print resources for research in women's, gender, and sexuality studies.

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Key Resources

Genderwatch - Scholarly articles, newsletters, and magazines with a focus on women; full text

Academic OneFile - Broad coverage of journals and magazines covering all subjects; mostly full text

Academic Search Complete - NEW: more full text now available!  Broad coverage of journals and magazines covering all subjects; mostly full text

Web of Science - indexing of high profile scholarly journals covering all subjects; links to full text

​or try:

Articles, proceedings, and digital materials from a variety of licensed and open source databases.

Research Tools

Looking for a specific item for which you know the title? Use these quick search tools:

•  Books

Use Scholar OneSearch to find books by title or author.

•  E-journals

Use the e-journal finder (search by title, electronic only).

Databases

Use the A-Z database list to find articles and resources.

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Brooke Williams
Contact:
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617-373-2363

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Email me: b.williams@northeastern.edu

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If you need immediate help, please chat with a librarian.

What I can do in a consultation:

  • Help you find sources for your project
  • Help you brainstorm research strategies
  • Help you set up a citation manager
  • Help you access online materials
  • Help you request items through Interlibrary Loan

What I can't do in a consultation:

  • Proofread your paper (visit the Writing Center!)
  • Verify that your topic is "good" (talk to your instructor!)
  • Find sources for you (that's your job!)