I need to do some research in Women's Studies. Where do I start?
Sue Gilroy, research librarian for Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies, is available to support researchers via email or in-person consultation.
There are many Research guides in Women's and Gender Studies which may be helpful.
Women's Studies International (Harvard login) is an essential database for the scholarly study of gender and the evolution of gender roles. It indexes academic journal articles, book chapters, NGO reports, newsletters and dissertations. Coverage dates as far back as 1972.
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