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Use Women's Studies Databases to find:

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Find Books

Sophia Discovery tool - find print books, ebooks, and more at Concordia

  • "Browse the shelf" to see neighbouring books to the item that you have selected
  • Unfold the "description"  for more information on the book itself and to find similar books on topic
  • "Check availability" to find out whether Concordia has an e-book version

Worldcat: books worldwide - search multiple library catalogues, worldwide

Explore our ebooks by publisher

Google Books: search within books


Find Typical Types of Primary Sources

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Canadian & Québec Databases: News & Academic

For news, magazine and journal articles of Canadian origin or covering Canadian subjects (but not necessarily academic or  or feminist material) start with these general sources:

  • Canadian Newsstream: full-text access to Canadian daily newspapers including the Gazette.
  • Eureka.cc: full text access to English and French language Québec & Canadian newspapers , magazines, newswires, blogs and broadcast transcripts.
  • ProQuest Combined Canadian: indexes a wide variety of Canadian sources, from newspapers, transcripts and newsletters, to academic journals and theses.
  • Canadian Periodical Index (CPI-Q): newspapers, magazines, journals.
  • Factiva: Full text of international newspapers (including Canadian), transcripts and newswires (license for only one user at a time).
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  • Eureka.cc: full text access to English and French language Québec & Canadian newspapers , magazines, newswires, blogs and broadcast transcripts.
  • Érudit: academic journal articles, theses, books and book chapters - mostly from Québec.
  • Repère: magazine and academic journal articles, mostly from Québec. No full text.

Historical & Primary Sources

Articles about Women's History:

  • In addition to the Core and Canadian article databases listed above:
  • America History & Life covers Canada as well as the U.S,
  • Women's history is also covered in the Core and Canadian databases above.

Primary Sources:

NOTE: For more information on historical sources see the History Research Guide.

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Statistics & Government Information


CANADIAN STATISTICS:

CANADIAN LAW & GOVERNMENT:

  • To find CANADIAN LAWS & COURT CASES, see our guide: Law & Justice: Canada

  • TIP: In Google, you can add the string site:gc.ca to your search terms to limit your results to Canadian governmental web sites if you are looking for government documents.
     


Current Workshops (Fall 2020)

WSDB 292 - Feminisms and Research Methods (Fall 2020)

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