• History,  Humanities,  Religion,  Research,  Social Sciences

    New Research Guide: Daughters of Eve

    A new research guide for the Daughters of Eve project  is available on the library’s website.  Use this guide to identify and review: useful eReference sources, recommended library catalog searches (for both print and eBooks),  journal collections, Artstor, and Noodlebib citation tutorials. Please feel free to contact Ms. Sanborn (lsanborn at sps dot edu) for a research consultation and/or to discuss any of the items in this guide.

  • History,  Social Sciences

    New Reference Book: Violence Against Women in Families and Relationships

    Violence Against Women in Families and Relationships, edited by Evan Stark and Eve S. Buzawa, ABC-Clio; Praeger, 2009. Find it in Ohrstrom at: REF 305.4 P88V A 4-volume set with a theme to each volume: V. 1 – Victimization and Community Response V. 2 – The Family Context V. 3 – Criminal Justice and the Law V. 4 – The Media and Cultural Attitudes Individual chapter examples include: The Evolution of the Shelter Movement, Batterers and the Lives of Their Children, Evolution of Police Response to Domestic Violence, Domestic Violence in American Magazines Helpful for: Women’s Studies, Global Studies, Humanities, History, Daughters of Eve, Social Justice Club

  • Fine Arts,  History,  Humanities,  Research,  Social Sciences,  Uncategorized

    New Reference Book: Encyclopedia of Women’s Folklore and Folklife

    Encyclopedia of Women’s Folklore and Folklife, edited by Liz Locke, Theresa A. Vaughan, and Pauline Greenhill,  Greenwood, 2009. Find it in Ohrstrom at: REF 305.4 L79W Folklore about and related to women and their lives. This two volume set includes entries focused on folklore worldwide.  Most entries are between one and five pages in length. Examples include: Babysitting, Barbie Doll, Cinderella, Eve, Hair, Muslim Women’s Folklore, Recipe Books, Vampire Helpful for: Women’s Studies, Global Studies, Humanities, Creative Writing, Daughters of Eve