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Gender and Social Justice: Primary
Sources

This guide provides an overview of locating print and electronic resources in Gender and Social Justice at the University of Waterloo Library.

About This Page

This page provides information on finding primary source material supporting research in Gender and Social Justice.

What Are Primary Sources?

Definition:

First hand observations of a time, person or event, or material culture associated with a time, person or event.

Some types:

newspapers... magazines... diaries... letters... proclaimations... speeches... minutes...photographs... paintings... military, church, synagogue records... menus... train schedules... meeting agendas... theatre tickets... shopping lists...

Race, Gender, and Social Justice

Acknowledgement: The resources gathered on this topic were originally compiled by Jane Forgay, and are borrowed from her research guide: Primary Sources: Canadian

Databases Containing Primary Sources

These databases contain primary sources.

Indigenous Peoples

Acknowledgement: The resources gathered on this topic were originally compiled by Jane Forgay, and are borrowed from her research guide: Primary Sources: Canadian 

 

Newspaper and Magazine Articles

Check out these guides and news databases:

Guides for Locating Canadian, American, and European Primary Sources

Looking for Canadian, American, or European primary sources?  Check out these guides created by the Library's History Librarian, Jane Forgay: