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Syracuse University Libraries

Feminism: Print & Electronic Sources

Offers access to print and online resources and strategies of research on feminist issues, theories and events.

Helpful Subject Terms

These are some subject or key word terms that you might use to find sources when you search SUMMON or the Libraries' Classic Catalog:


Feminism - Research

Feminism and Education

Feminist Economics

Feminist Theory


Nationalism and feminism

Sex Discrimination and Women


Women - Social Conditions

Women - History


E-Book Resources

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 under the find column on the Syracuse University web page ( Then scroll down to the bottom of the page and click on the link under the heading "type", "E-Book Publisher Collections"

Here are examples of some of those databases below:

ACLS Humanities E-Book

eBook Collection (EBSCO)


Nineteenth Century Collections Online

ProQuest Ebook Central

Institutional Repositories

Social Sciences Research Network
Search the respository contents using keywords such as feminism economics....

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