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Created to support the Humanities Option, "for students interested in women's issues, concerns and experiences across disciplines and in a global context."
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This guide is designed to help students find, evaluate, use, and cite information related to their course assignments.  It is also for those who wish to extend their personal knowledge of this topical area.  

You will find resources on women's studies topics through the online catalog, from periodicals databases and indexes, and through the Web.  You may be using a variety of subject headings to guide your research. You may think of your research by concepts or speciality. Each of the tabs in this guide will offer sources and ideas to help guide your research.  Choose one of the main tabs, such as "Finding Background Information" or "Finding Articles" to begin; you may also choose a subtopic under one of the main tabs, such as "Keyword Searching Tools" or "Scholarly vs Popular Periodicals."

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 "Two Sisters," detail, Picasso, 1902, Hermitage, St. Petersburg


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