Our resource library has books, videos, DVDS, magazines, and more covering issues that affect the LGBT community including: coming out, religion, LGBT families, hate crimes, legal issues, LGBT people of color, gender identity, traveling abroad, and much more. To review our holdings, please visit our online catalog at:
LGBT Resource Center Programs & Services
The LGBT Resource Center offers a variety of programs and services to students, staff, faculty, and alumni at Syracuse University, as well as the greater Syracuse community, addressing the needs and concerns of the LGBTQA community. For more details, see the Programs & Services section.
This minor introduces students to the interdisciplinary field of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) Studies. The minor is open and welcoming to all students and offers a sustained opportunity to learn about LGBT experiences, history, and scholarship and explore fundamental questions about sexualities, bodies, identities, communities, social movements, and liberation politics. For further questions please contact Roger Hallas, Director of the LGBT Studies Minor at 315 443 4947, firstname.lastname@example.org or Visit the LGBT Minor Website.
The Committee formed in the fall of 2002 with the purpose of improving the campus climate for LGBT faculty members, staff members, and students.
Beth Ferri, email@example.com, Associate Professor, School of Education
Rachel Fox Von Swearingen: firstname.lastname@example.org, Senior Assistant Librarian for Music, Dance, Musical Theater
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Pedagogy and Responsible Teaching at Syracuse University
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EBSCO's GLBT Life is the premier resource to the world's literature regarding gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender issues. Designed for academic,professional and public communities, this database contains indexing and abstracts for more than 80 GLBT-specific core periodicals. The database includes current coverage of these sources, as well as deep backfiles for key publications - many back to the first published issue. The database can be found on the Syracuse University Library Database website. On the Database Main Menu page, you will find the databases under the following headings: General; and General Social Sciences; as well as alphabetically by title.