Why search here? It’s an excellent tool for scholarly articles and books/chapters from university presses, covering most disciplines.
What's included? The collection's strength lies in its complete back issues of journal titles covering 75 disciplines, while a weakness is a "moving wall" limiting access to the most recent journal issues - the coverage skews older, so it’s not always a great starting point for researching topics that need to have the most current sources.
Why search here? You want primary sources (magazine articles and advertisements) related to women’s lives in the past decades.
What's included? Full text & page view of Better Homes & Gardens (1922 to 2005), Chatelaine (1928 to 2005), Cosmopolitan (1886 to 2005), Essence (1970 to 2005), Good Housekeeping (1885 to 2005), Ladies’ Home Journal (1885 to 2005), Parents (1926 to 2005), Redbook (1903 to 2005), Seventeen (1944 to 2005), Town and Country (1846 to 2005), Woman’s Day (1937 to 2005), and Women’s International Network News (1975 to 2003).
Why search here? You want contemporary/recent news, reported from the minority press, or scholarly journals in Ethnic Studies.
What's included? Newspapers, magazines, and journals of the ethnic and minority press, predominately in the United States, 1959-present. Includes Asian-American, Jewish-American, African-American, Native-American, Arab-American, Eastern-European-American, multi-ethnic communities and more.
Why search here? You’re researching topics related to sex, sexuality, or gender in history.
What's included? Primary sources in a few subcollections related to LGBTQ History and Culture since 1940, Sex and Sexuality 16th-20th Century, International Perspectives on LGBTQ Activism and Culture, and L'Enfer de la Bibliothèque nationale de France.
Why search here? You want primary sources related to women’s activism in U.S. History.
What's included? Full text from books, images, documents, scholarly essays, commentaries, etc. Records of women’s reform organizations throughout the United States during the 19th and early 20th centuries.