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Anne Hudson
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Room 157 Teaching Commons
Purdy/Kresge Library
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Student Organizations

LGBT People in Medicine - WSU School of Medicine

Wayne Outlaws -Wayne State Law School LGBT Students and Friends

Bisexuals, Gays, Lesbians, and Allies in Social Work

Gay, Lesbian,Bisexuial, Transgendered and Allies - Room 351, Student Center, 5221 Gullen Mall, Detroit, MI 48202

 


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NEWS!

As Women's Studies begins its transition from its current name to Gender, Sexuality and Women's Studies I have created a new, merged guide that will contain library and other resources of interest to the entire department. This Guide is already published at:    http://guides.lib.wayne.edu/genderstudies

In turn, this Guide will be unpublished on July 31st 2012.  If you have suggestions for content on the new guide please let me know. I look forward to working with you all in the fall.

Anne

 

Reference Sources

 

  • Gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgendered literature : a genre guide - Z 1229 .G25 B67 2008-
  • Gay and lesbian issues : a reference handbook- HQ 76.25 .S748 2003 Purdy/ Library
    • Handbook of research with lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender populations - HV 1449 .H36 2009 -Purdy-Kresge Library
    • Who's Who in Contemporary Gay and Lesbian History - HQ 75.2 .W46 2001- Undergraduate Library Reference -
           

          Databases

          Sexuality is a very extensive subject, of which sexual orientation and homosexuality are only parts. Much of the most important literature on homosexuality is included in works that are part of other disciplines.

          For guidance to this extensive and important literature, readers are referred to guides related to sociology, social work, history, education, art and psychology. For health care and medicine refer to those listed guides.

           
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