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Women's and Gender Studies


The library subscribes to many magazines and journals related to Women's and Gender Studies in digital format. To search for a specific journal, check our Journals A-Z List.

Alternatively, check out our Open Access library guide for information on openly published journals.

Some Women's and Gender Studies journals of note: 

Gender & Research 

Gender, Work & Organization 

Women's Studies in Communication 

How to Perform an A to Z Search

First, select Journals Only. Then, perform a keyword search by selecting "title contains all words" and entering "gender" in the blank field. 
You will see that there are 62 results for journals containing the keyword "gender." 
For this example, we will scroll down and select The American University Journal of Gender, Social Policy & The Law by clicking on the "Social Science Database" link in the journal description. 
Once you have clicked on the link, you will be able to scroll down a list of the journal's issues in chronological order. For the purposes of this example, we will click on Volume 27, 2019, which is the most recent issue available to us. 
Now you have access to the entirety of this issue's contents. You can click on the individual articles, which you will be able to view, download, email, or save by clicking on the various icons. 

How to Find Articles

If you are looking for more information on how to find journal articles in the library, check out our handy tutorial, Introduction to Library Research.

Gender Studies





ILL Articles

If you can't find an article you need in our database or journal collection we can request a copy from another library.  Just fill out the Interlibrary Loan (ILL) form below.