||Broad Subject Coverage
|Gender Studies Database
|Excellent resource for women's studies. The majority of citations are to scholarly women's studies journals and women's studies materials, including citations to books and audiovisual material. Some material dates from 1972, the bulk from 1984 to present.
||Humanities, Social Sciences, Sciences
|Contemporary Women's Issues
||A selected full-text international resource (some material is abstract only). Includes book reviews, research reports, and fact sheets, in addition to journals and magazines. Some sources go back to 1992, but coverage varies by source. Much of the material in CWI is small-press publications, not necessarily scholarly journals.
||General, Social Sciences, Sciences
||Full-text and abstracts of scholarly journals (among them Critical Matrix, Hypatia, Columbia Journal of Gender & Law), magazines (the Advocate, Hurricane Alice, Lillith), newspapers (a complete run of off our backs from 1970 to present), newsletters, regional publications, books, booklets and pamphlets, conference proceedings, and government, n-g-o and special reports. Bulk is 1990 to present
||History, Humanities, Social Sciences, Popular.
||An international index to journal articles and essays in books dealing with all aspects of women, feminism, and gender studies. Allows for limiting searches to English language material. Database goes back to 1981.
||Humanities, Social Sciences
|Feminae: Medieval Women and Gender Index
||Indexes journal articles, book reviews, and essays in books about women, sexuality, and gender during the Middle Ages. Compilation began in July 1996.
||Medieval Literature & History
||Feminist theory, feminist literary criticism, and gender studies focusing on English and American literature. Database interface is available in both German and English.
||Literature, Gender Studies
|The Gerritsen Collection: Women's History Online, 1543-1945
||Full-text collection of books and periodicals about women's history, women's rights, and women's suffrage. Most of the collection dates from 1880 to 1920.
||History, Social Sciences
|NOEMA: The Collaborative Bibliography of Women in Philosophy
||Representing the work of over 4,400 women, the project was posted to the web beginning in June 1995. The database is added to through the collaboration of scholars and housed in the Philosophy Department of Indiana University, Southeast.
||ViVa (short for"Vrouwengeschiedenis in het Vaktijdschrift", which is Dutch for "Women's history in scholarly periodicals") lists articles from more than sixty European and American periodicals. Compiled in Amsterdam at the International Institute of Social History, citations go back as early as 1975. Searching is by author, word in article title, journal title, and/or date.