Biography in Context - Has shorter biographies of key animal rights people from print reference books and other sources.
Opposing Viewpoints: Animal Rights sources - Opposing Viewpoints' collection of sources includes articles from newspapers & magazines, editorials, book chapters, statistics, primary documents, and links to audio and video news.
Find Books - Use this to find books on the person you chose for the Research Presentation, or for your final project topic.
Academic Search Complete - Use this to find popular and scholarly articles. Use the "Choose Databases" link to add in relevant subject-specific databases like Women's Studies International, Film and Television Literature Index, MLA International Bibliography, and others.
Animal Studies Bibliography - from Michigan State University. Extensive list of sources broken down into categories like “Animals as Symbols,” “Animals as Reflexive Thinkers,” “Domestication and Predation.” Use the Find Books link above to see if Miami University or OhioLINK has a specific item.
Human-Animal Studies: a Preliminary Bibliography - the New Zealand Centre for Human-Animal Studies
Scholarly Essays from Philosophy Encyclopedias
Many of the library research databases will generate a citation for you automatically, but they aren't always correct! Look for mistakes like all capital letters or unusual spacing. Use these websites below for good examples of MLA, APA, and Chicago Style, plus help with citing the tough sources.
How do I Cite Sources? - Rentschler Library's links to helpful citation info
Zoterobib - A free citation generator tool that is free of advertisements and does a good job creating accurate citations to websites.