One option is to start with a known citation from a class reading. Use Google Scholar to find additional related articles, cited by references browse, check references in retrieved article or order via ILL.
Cairns, Kate, Josée Johnston, and Shyon Baumann. "Caring about food: Doing gender in the foodie kitchen." Gender & Society 24.5 (2010): 591-615.
Try Any Topic from the Databases tab to select a database such as JSTOR or EBSCOhost. The A-Z listing offers access by subject.
Newspapers offer a wide range of topical information, letters to the editor, interviews, etc. Use for geographic comparison of events.
A subset with scholarly content. The library's holdings have been linked with Google Scholar results. Results are also linked to Schaffer's online catalog.
Use the Journal/eBooks search if you already have a citation for an article you'd like to find. Search by the title of the JOURNAL (not the article), and follow the links to the appropriate, volume, issue, and page number for the article you want. If you cannot find a copy in Schaffer Library, request the article via Interlibrary Loan (ILL).