This page has been tailored for Women's Studies: An Introduction (WGSS 280). Check out the links below for a variety of sources and tips to help you complete your assignments for the course.
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Use these databases to find primarily scholarly research articles related to women's studies. Each has a different focus, so read the brief descriptions below before searching.
Library Search (link below) will lead you to thousands of print and e-Books available through Purdue Libraries. Narrow results by using the options on the left side of the page, or try searching in the search box at the top for your type of feminism: "radical feminism" for instance.
The sites listed below provide access to primary sources (photographs, speeches, manuscripts, and historical materials) related to women's history.