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Women and Gender in Early Modern Europe (HIST376)

This guide seeks to help students locate resources that will help them examine the history of women’s (and men’s) experience in early modern Europe through multiple perspectives (e.g. social, intellectual, and religious history) as they conduct research i

Tips for Searching

If you are looking for a specific book, enter the title, and select Title from the pull-down menu.

If you are looking for books about an author, enter the author's name and choose Subject from the pull-down menu. If you are looking for books by an author, enter the name and instead choose Author as the search option.

Not Finding What You're Looking For?

Even if Hekman Library doesn't own a particular book or article that you need, you can borrow or get a copy from another library through our MeL and ILL sharing services. Just use the links below to search outside of Hekman's holdings and make requests - if you have any questions or problems, the librarians are always available to help!

Library of Congress Call Number System

The Hekman Library, like most academic libraries in the United States, uses Library of Congress Classification for call numbers. This system uses a combination of letters and numbers to arrange materials by subjects. Generally, all books on a subject will be found on one area.  

This illustrates how the books are placed in call number order.

Graph breaking down the different components of a call number.

Close-up photograph of the spines of books on a shelf.