Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer Studies
in the USA and Canada plus Sibling Societies & Study-Abroad Programs.
Reader's Guide to Lesbian and Gay Studies:
Call for Papers
Entries are invited for a reference book, Reader's Guide to
Lesbian and Gay Studies, to be published by Fitzroy Dearborn Publishers in Chicago. The
entries will describe the key secondary literature available in English on topics
important to l/g studies. The entries will ordinarily describe 10 book-length
studies on a particular topic, policy, historical period, person, school of thought,
etc. As necessary, article-length studies can be described and evaluated as well.
The entries will ordinarily run to 1000 words, though more important topics can
certainly be longer. Honoraria will ordinarily be $50 (US), though longer entries
will carry larger amounts.
Faculty members and advanced graduate students are
invited to write entries. Further details of this project are available upon request.
If you believe an entry ought to be included, please contact the editor
email address below. Bear in mind, that there ought to be sufficient
literature to support an entry. Sometimes, interesting topics are not well studied
and may be, therefore, inappropriate for this volume.
For further information, please contact
Timothy F. Murphy, editor, at email@example.com
Rob Salkin, publisher, at firstname.lastname@example.org
Gay & Lesbian Abstracts is an essential research tool for all college, university,
and public libraries; GLBT organizations, community centers, and student groups.
Gay & Lesbian Abstracts offers a balanced, objective, and thorough review of popular as well as scholarly print, electronic,
and Internet publications and press of interest to the gay, lesbian,
bisexual, and transgendered community. Of paramount importance is the coverage of history, culture, interests, and concerns of the
GLBT community. Gay & Lesbian Abstracts is an excellent guide to the ongoing intellectual and scholarly discussion of subjects
which reflect the diversity of the GLBT community. Gay & Lesbian Abstracts primarily indexes publications addressing the social, legal, economic,
political, cultural, historical, literary, and health concerns of the GLBT community, including coverage of sexual
activity between consenting adults; other subject areas are covered peripherally. Gay & Lesbian Abstracts indexes a variety of
materials including non-fiction, reviews, and essays - excluding only fiction and erotica. Nearly 600 sources include: journals,
magazines, newspapers, newsletters, bulletins, books, proceedings, reports, dissertations, studies, web sites, and
LGBT Studies by School
GBLT Alumni Organizations
The Center for Lesbian and Gay Studies (CLAGS) is the first
and only university-based research center in the United States dedicated to the study of
historical, cultural, and political issues of vital concern to lesbian, gay, bisexual, and
transgendered individuals. By sponsoring public programs and conferences, offering
fellowships to individual scholars, and functioning as an indispensable conduit of
information, CLAGS serves as a national center for the promotion of scholarship that
fosters social change. CLAGS makes its home at the Graduate School and University Center
of the City University of New York, 33 West 42nd Street, Room 404N, New York, NY
The Human Rights Campaign envisions an America where lesbian
and gay people are ensured of their basic equal rights - and can be open, honest and safe
at home, at work, and in the community.
|The Coalition for Domestic Partnership
|Emory GLB - Emory Office of
|GALA - GeorgiaTech Gay & Lesbian
|GALLA - Gay & Lesbian Law
Association of Fordham University|
|Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Friends
Association of the University of Rochester |
|Georgetown University Pride
- Washington, DC|
|KU Queers & Allies - LesBiGayTrans
Services of Kansas|
|Lambda Law Alliance
-Tulane Law School|
|Lambda 10 Project - National
Clearinghouse for Gay Greek Issues|
|LGBT Campus Resource Center Directors
|Marquette University's GLB Student Group
|Marshall U. Lambda Society |
|Middle Tennessee State University - Lambda
|SAGALA - Service Academy Gay
and Lesbian Alumni|
|Rainbow Hatters - GLBT
alumni group at Stetson University DeLand, Florida|
|United DePauw - Depauw
University's GLBT Student Organization|
|University of Denver Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual
|The University of Illinois at Chicago
Gay/Lesbian/Bisexual Community |
|The University of Memphis Student's for
Bisexual Gay and Lesbian Awareness |
|University of Mississippi - Gay, Lesbian
and Bisexual Association|
|University of North Carolina at
Greensboro - GLBSA|
|UNL Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Resource
The National Gay and Lesbian Task Force (NGLTF) is a leading
progressive civil rights organization that has supported grassroots organizing and
advocacy since 1973. Since its inception, NGLTF has been at the forefront of every major
initiative for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender rights. In all its efforts, NGLTF
helps to strengthen the gay and lesbian movement at the state and local level while
connecting these activities to a national vision of change.
The Consortium was officially born at the National Gay & Lesbian Task Force's Creating Change Conference in San Diego (November, 1997) but have been working together on an informal basis for
several years. The combined vision and mission on the Consortium is to achieve higher education environments in which lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender
students, faculty, staff, administrators, and alumni have equity in every respect.
The Consortium's goals are to support colleagues and develop curriculum to professionally enhance
this work; to seek climate improvement on campuses; and to advocate for policy change, program development, and establishment of LGBT Office/Centers.
The Consortium is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and can accept your tax-deductible contribution.
The Consortium offers information of use to those who work with college and university students.
It usually meets twice a year (once at NGLTF and once at either ACPA or
NASPA) and communicate extensively via the internet. Your interest is appreciated.
ground breaking research on giving and volunteering to myth-busting analysis of the
economic status of lesbians and gay men, IGLSS leads the way in research and analysis on
questions important to lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgendered Americans.
IGLSS is a national
independent public policy think tank. In its policy journal, Angles, the
Institute reports the latest findings on such critical issues as evidence of employment
discrimination and benefits of allowing same-sex couples to marry.
Here on the IGLSS
web site, you'll find the Institute's most current publications as well as opportunities
to participate in its work.
The E-Directory is utilitarian: it is designed to help
scholars collaborate. While the E-Directory is not a discussion group, it facilitates
extensive private collaboration.
It lists only those with e-mail accounts and currently
willing to receive mail. No one may participate without sending the simple entry form.
There is a public list
of persons who have agreed to have their entries posted publicly. They represent about 60%
of the scholars in the full E-Directory. The full E-Directory, with 800+ entries, is
available only to those who agree to be listed.