Women’s Studies

Women’s Studies

References Resources:


Oxford Encyclopedia of Women in World History

Credo Reference (made up of 700+ individual reference works, dozens of which focus on women, e.g., A Biographical Dictionary of Women Economists, The Cambridge Guide to Women’s Writing in English, Encyclopedia of Women’s Health, Encyclopedia of Women and Gender)

Britannica Academic Edition (a general encyclopedia aimed at college students)

Biography in Context (information about notable people, both contemporary and historical, from a wide range of sources, such as biographical dictionaries, magazines, newspapers, and academic journals)


Converse’s Mickel Library Catalog

Ebook Central (ProQuest) (over 200k academic books)

eBook Collection (EBSCOhost) (over 130k academic books)

PASCAL Delivers (combined catalog for South Carolina’s college/university libraries)

WorldCat (combined catalog for most U.S. college, university, and public libraries)

Women Writers Online (complete transcriptions of texts published in English between 1526 and 1850)

Other E-book Databases (including open-access e-books)

Periodical Article Databases

Academic Search Complete (one of the world’s largest databases of academic journals and magazines on all subjects)

JSTOR (non-current full-text articles in core academic journals in all subjects) (Arts and Sciences I, II, III, V, VII, VIII, and Music Collection)

Readers’ Guide Full Text Mega (magazine articles in all subjects)

Women’s Magazine Archive (six women’s interest magazines from the 19th through the 21st century)

Periodicals Available at Converse

Interlibrary Loan/PASCAL Delivers

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