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Women's Studies Research

To help women's studies students find a variety of data, methods, and resources for research assignments.

Primary Sources @ Fant Library

Beulah Culbertson Archives and Special Collections

Most of the resources in Archives and Special Collections are focused on southern women's history and leadership. Below are highlighted collections within the Archives. To access these materials, contact Archivist Derek Webb to set up a research appointment! For a full list of collections, visit the Archives and Special Collections website.

Books in the Circulating Collection

Hint: To find books with primary sources, like diaries, letters, speeches, contemporary news articles, or other first-hand accounts, try "sources," "personal narratives," or "correspondence" in the subject search!

Archive Databases

These databases contain digital collections accessible to W students, faculty, and staff. Read the description to see if they meet your interests!

Online archives

These websites are free and open to anyone, and contain online primary documents, photographs, etc. on women's studies issues.