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Gender and imperialism research

This library course guide will help you to complete your research in Gender and Imperialism. It identifies:

  • Reference books, and other collections of documents, you can use to choose a topic
  • Potential sources (databases/indexes) for finding secondary sources on your topic
  • Finding primary sources for your research
  • How you can get the full text of articles and books we don't have

Boolean Operators

Boolean operators help you when searching.  The most popular operators are: AND, OR, NOT.  

AND narrows your search, OR expands your search, NOT limits your search

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Use the asterisk * to truncate a word and search for all forms.

Ex. Invent* will give you: Invent, Invents, Inventor, Invention


Use the question mark ? as a wildcard symbol.

Ex. Wom?n will search: woman & women

Use quotes to search for a specific phrase rather than just keywords

Ex. "Frog King" will search for the phrase rather than pulling every result that has "frog" and "king" somewhere in the record.

Subject Guide

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