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PHI 440: Gender Today: Home

Course Description

PHI 440: Gender Today is a seminar presenting current research in feminist theory and theology on issues of gender identity.  

The course guide to PHI 440: Gender Today provides quick links to key resources for conducing research in gender and feminism studies.

Getting Started

View a list of reference books available in the Reference Room in Jenks Library and other online reference materials.  Use the NOBLE Catalog to find more materials from our reference collection.


Find out where books on gender, feminism, and more are located in the library.  Use the NOBLE Catalog to find even more books on these topics.  


Databases & Scholarly Articles

View a list of top databases for locating scholarly articles on topics in philosophy, hermeneutics, gender studies, and more.   

You can also use the Journal Finder search interface to find specific journals related to topics on gender and feminism that are available at Gordon either online or in print.  

Primary Sources

Primary source material from past eras of feminism have been made available on the web.  See a list of top websites archiving and documenting important works be feminist theorists and more.  

Zotero Reference Management Tool

The Zotero tool is available for Mac, Windows, and Linux users.  You can choose to download "Zotero for Firefox" which will link with your Firefox browser or download the "Zotero Standalone" option which will allow you to use the web browser of your choice.  If you are using the Standalone client, first download Zotero and then add the appropriate browser extension for your prefered web browser.  

Plug-ins for Word or LibreOffice are download separetly.  

All downloading options are available from the website.  Select your preferred client and browser extensions and start using Zotero today!