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Race, Gender, and Science in the Atlantic World

Created to facilitate research in Dr. Gondek's Fall AMH 4761 class, we will examine the intersection of race, gender, and science in a historical context.

peer review tips

Learning to identify scholarly (often known as "peer-reviewed") and non-scholarly sources of information is an important skill to cultivate.  Many databases provide help with making this distinction; they will offer options when searching to identify peer-reviewed content.

Additionally, Ulrich's Directory of Publications is a database that can be searched to check to check the publication type (scholarly, refereed, magazine, etc).

 

What is the difference between scholarly and popular materials? What about trade publications? On this page, we will review the differences between these types of publications and discuss the meaning of peer review.

identifying scholarly vs. popular sources