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The following journals are good sources for articles by feminist scholars and critics.
Search for these journal titles using the "Journals" tab on the library website and then follow the links to the databases that include them in order to do your search.
Hastings Center Report
Yale Journal of Law and Feminism (Not working in journals tab, so use this workaround: go to Lexis-Nexis database, choose "legal" from the menu at the top and then do a keyword(s) search (eg, prostitution) together with journal title: Yale Journal of Law and Feminism.)
You may end up with many more articles and books than you can use for your paper. How are you going to decide which ones are the best for your project?
Tips on how to use information in citations from a database search to decide if the article will be useful for your project.
These indexes cover a lot of different subject areas. JSTOR and Project Muse contain full text of articles from scholarly journals. Expanded Academic and Proquest contain some full text and link to full text in other Vassar databases through ArticleLinker.
All databases are available from the Library home page under Indexes and Databases alphabetically and by subject.
Full text of scholarly journals in arts and humanities, social sciences and mathematics.
To roughly limit to feminist critiques and perspectives in the databases listed here that aren't specifically limited to women's studies (ie, databases other than GenderWatch and Contemporary Women's Issues), include the keyword "feminis*" in your search.
Full-text of publications that focus on issues of gender in a broad spectrum of subject areas. Includes books, booklets/pamphlets, conference proceedings, magazines, newsletters, newspapers and reports.