Introduction to Women's and Gender Studies (Lind)
Finding Book Reviews
Most journals have sections devoted to book reviews. These are included in key databases which can be found on "journal articles" tab of subject guides.
Feminist Collections provides reviews of Women's Studies resources.
Key Databases for Women's and Gender Studies
When searching in the databases, look for a way to distinguish book reviews from other document types. This is normally found on the advanced search screen. Use the title as a search term. Enter the title in double quotation marks (" ").
Additional Information About Book Reviews
Please consult the Book Reviews "find" guide on the right side of this page for more information.
Finding Related Journal Articles and Books
To find journal articles, start with the two databases above. Also consult the "journal articles" and "databases" tabs on the subject guides located in the right navigation bar on this page. Also consider trying the Summon search engine.
Consult the help guide on writing an annotated bibliography on the right-hand side of this page.
- Annotated bibliographies (Purdue Online Writing Lab)
- How to Write an Annotated Bibliography (Simon Fraser University)
- How to Write Annotated Bibliographies (Memorial University)
- Writing an Annotated Bibliography (University of Toronto)
- Doing your literature review : traditional and systematic techniques
H62 .J44 2011 [see p. 93]
- On Compiling an Annotated Bibliography
Z1001 .H33 2000