Database Trial: Routledge Historical Resources: History of Feminism

The Stony Brook University Libraries has arranged for a trial of a new database, History of Feminism. This resources covers the subject of feminism from 1776 through 1928.  It includes primary source material and secondary book content as well as journal articles from Taylor & Francis publications.  There is an image gallery and subject introductions to nine key subject categories: education, empire, literature and writings, movements and ideologies, politics and law, religion and belief, society and culture and women at home.

The trial runs to 27 March 2017. The database can be accessed at this link or from the database page on the library site.

Jennifer DeVito

Jennifer DeVito

Director of Access Services at Stony Brook University Libraries
Jennifer DeVito is the Director of Access Services, which includes circulation, reserves and interlibrary loan. She is the liaison to Gender & Sexuality, Women's Studies, Business and Management Studies.
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