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Syracuse University Libraries

Women's & Gender Studies: Books & E-Resources

New Book in Women's & Gender Studies

Reference books

Don't forget that all campus libraries have reference collections with scholarly encyclopedias, atlases, and other publications that may provide useful background information for your research

Searching for Resources in the SU Libraries' Catalog

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E-Books

There are a number of databases that the Syracuse University Libraries subscribe to that will also give you access to a large variety of e-books dealing with women's & gender studies, if you are affiliated with Syracuse University. To access those databases, click on the  "Databases" link  on the Syracuse University web page (library.syr.edu). Then click on the arrow in the box "All Database Types".  Then scroll down and click on the option "E-Book Publisher Collections (44)".

Here are examples of some of those databases below:

ACLS Humanities E-Book

Duke University Press - Gender Studies E-Book Collection

eBook Collection (EBSCO)

eBrary Ebook Collection

Gutenberg-e

HathiTrust

Nineteenth Century Collections Online

Oxford Scholarship Online

Women and Social Movements US 1600-2000

Women Writers Online

 


Course reserves

Reserve books for Women's  & Gender Studies are located on the first floor of the Bird Library. Online reserve materials can be accessed through the course Blackboard page.