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SPAN 327: Hispanic Women: Articles & Databases

Looking for a Journal?

Got a citation?

Use the Journal Finder to find a specific journal.

If Hollins does not have the journal, use Interlibrary loan.

Using the Library's Databases to Find Journal Articles


  • Go to the library homepage, then select the "Articles" tab. Search EBSCO Databases or JSTOR databases from that tab.
  • DON'T FORGET, you can look at databases by type or subject. In the Articles tab select "Click here for all databases".
    • Databases by type that might be useful: Credo Reference and Biography Reference Bank


  • Check the database page to see if there is a link to full text. Not there? Then....
  • Check the holdings to see if the full text is available online or in paper
  • Looking for a specific journal? Try the Journal Finder!
  • Can't find the article you're looking for in the library or online? Try Interlibrary Loan!


  • Keywords: don't forget to try broader/narrower terms, synonyms, and related terms
  • Click on each title to get the full information (catalog record)
  • Use Subject links  to find similar items or for keywords
  • Try a Boolean Operator: AND, NOT, OR
  • How about a wildcard? Invent* will give you: Invent, Invents, Inventor, Invention

Journal Articles

EBSCO Search - all databases

Subject Guide

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Rebecca Seipp
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MSIS, Information Science
The University of Texas at Austin
BA, History
Southwestern University