|Welcome to library research in LGBT+ Studies. This guide is intended to help you find library resources specifically aimed at research in the field. I am Bruce Neville, a Librarian at Evans Library. Please don't hesitate to call on me for questions related to library resources in LGBT+ Studies. See the Author Profile on the left for how to reach me.|
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Finding articles in the journal literature requires the use of indexing and abstracting databases. The databases listed here are good for LGBT+ studies.
Cushing Memorial Library is home to extensive collections in Gender and Ethnic Studies, including the Don Kelly Research Collection of Gay Literature and Culture. For more information, use the link below to be directed to their page.
The resources listed here are important research materials, aside from peer-reviewed journal articles. The Archives of Sexuality and Gender contains important primary material. PAIS indexes "gray literature" on Public Affairs. CQ Researcher provides pro and con commentary on social issues.
Act Up Oral History Project. Oral interviews with surviving members of the AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power, New York.