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Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Research Guide

Resources for undergraduate research related to GLBT studies.

 

 

GLBTQ History: Icons

 

Harvey Milk

Milk, Harvey (1930 - 1978). (2002). In S. Phelps (Ed.), World of Criminal Justice, Gale. Farmington, MI

Tennessee Williams

Saddik, A. J., & Saddik. (2009). Williams, Tennessee (1911--1983). In E. S. Nelson (Ed.), Encyclopedia of contemporary LGBTQ literature of the United States. Westport, CT

Audre Lorde

Wong, Cynthia and Sarah Hilbert. "Audre Lorde." Critical Survey of Poetry, Second Revised Edition, September 2002, pp. 1-6

 

Bayard Rustin

Bayard Rustin (1912--1987). (2012). In P. Dreier, The 100 greatest Americans of the 20th century: a social justice hall of fame. New York, NY: Nation Books.

Rita Mae Brown

Franks, Jill. "Rita Mae Brown: Overview." Gay & Lesbian Biography, edited by Michael J. Tyrkus and Michael Bronski, St. James Press, 1997.

Quentin Crisp

"Quentin Crisp." Gay & Lesbian Biography, edited by Michael J. Tyrkus and Michael Bronski, St. James Press, 1997. Gale Literature Resource Center, link.gale.com/apps/doc/K1634000079/LitRC?u=maco12153&sid=ebsco&xid=d11fb520. Accessed 2 June 2021.

James Baldwin

Miller, D. Q. (2016). Baldwin, James. In S. Bronner (Ed.), Encyclopedia of American studies. MD: Johns Hopkins University Press. 

James Baldwin

June Jordan

Gumbs, A. P., & Gumbs. (2009). Jordan, June (1936--2002). In E. S. Nelson (Ed.), Encyclopedia of contemporary LGBTQ literature of the United States. Westport, CT: Greenwood

Biography, Autobiography and Memoir

 

Literary Analysis

 

General Works

 

GLBTQ Rights Movement

 

Activism

 

Lesbians in Popular Culture

 

Archives

 

Resources on the Web