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Africa Knowledge Project, known as AKP, promotes Critical African Studies. It disseminates Africa-centered, evidence-based knowledge on Africa and African Diaspora. Content includes these and other titles. A subscription is needed to get the full-text.
Here are a few highly cited journals to which OSU Libraries subscribe that cover a wide variety of issues in Women Studies.
Gender and Society, SAGE Complete A-Z List (from 03/01/1999 - present)
Women & Health, InformaWorld (from 1997 - present)
Journal of Women's Health, Academic Search Premier (from 10/01/2002 - 3 months ago)
Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society, University of Chicago Press Journals (from Spring 2002 - present)
Women's Health Issues, Science Direct Journals (from 01/01/1995 - present)
Women's Studies International Forum, Science Direct Journals (from 2006 - 2009)
Gender, Work and Organization, Academic Search Premier (from 01/01/1998 - 1 year ago)
Feminist Studies, Academic Search Premier (from 03/01/1990 - present)
Feminist Economics, Academic Search Premier (from 03/01/1997 - present)
Women and Therapy, Informaworld (from 1997 - present)
Social Politics, Project MUSE (from Spring 2003 - present)
Hypatia, Academic Search Premier (from 03/01/1986 - 1 year ago)
Journal of Gender Studies, Academic Search Premier (from 11/01/1993 - 1 year ago)
Intersections: Gender and Sexuality in Asia and the Pacific, The Australian National University (September 1998 - present)
Transgender Studies Quarterly present
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