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WSGS 330: History of Feminist Thought: Home

Elizabeth Hemenway

Presentation: Finding Core Works by Selected Feminist (Primary Sources)

Resolve uncertainty about what ought to be considered a feminist's "core" works by consulting the secondary sources you locate as described below and/or consult with Prof. Hemenway. E-mail me (jcurrie@luc.edu) when difficulty arises locating a work you are seeking.

Presentation: Finding Scholarly Biographical Information (Secondary Sources)

Final Paper: Finding Issue-Focused Scholarly Sources

All Assignments: Citing Accurately

You may format your citations in MLA or Chicago/Turabian style. Manuals for both are available on every floor of the Information Commons and on six-hour reserve at the Cudahy Library Circulation Desk.  Basic formats are aided by the NCSU Citation Builder, my favorite of such tools.  The Chicago Manual of Style is available as an e-book (linked below).

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