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GWS347: Girlhood Studies 2021: Home

Hi, I'm Luke

And I'm the librarian for the Gender & Women's Studies department at Hollins. Please feel free to contact me with any questions you might have about research.

My contact information is always on the right side of this guide.

If I'm not available, somebody is available at the library's reference desk most of Monday-Thursday, and during the day on Friday. You can also contact us by chatting in the box below.

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An introduction to GWS research

This library course guide will help you to complete the research for research paper for Girlhood Studies. It identifies:

  • Reference books you can use for background
  • How to find books and book chapters on your topic
  • Potential sources (databases) of scholarly journal articles on your topic
  • How you can get the full text of those articles
  • Where you can get help formatting your citations

Your Librarian

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Luke Vilelle
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Office: Library's second floor: up the middle stairs, go right, and you'll see a sign pointing to my office. Schedule an appointment at this URL: