Pride Month Reading List

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June is Pride Month, and we have a great reading list for you to celebrate. Check out the books below to learn more about important LGBTQ+ issues.

 

LGBTQ Health Research

 

LGBTQ Health Research

Theory, Methods, Practice

Edited by Ron Stall, PhD, MPH, Brian Dodge, PhD, José A. Bauermeister, PhD, MPH, Tonia Poteat, PhD, MPH, And Chris Beyrer, MD, MPH

The first book focused entirely on the growing field of LGBTQ health research, this volume provides the necessary public health tools to teach about and study LGBTQ populations effectively.

The Conversation on Gender Diversity

 

The Conversation on Gender Diversity

Edited by Jules Gill-Peterson

From contributors to The Conversation, a look at gender diversity in the twenty-first century and the intricate and intersecting challenges faced by trans and nonbinary people. 

 

 

LGBTQ Leadership in Higher Education

 

LGBTQ Leadership in Higher Education

Edited by Raymond E. Crossman

Why does queer leadership matter?  In this book, the first of its kind, 15 LGBTQ presidents and chancellors in higher education provide insight into their experiences and highlight the importance of queer leadership for the academy and the world. 

 

Before Queer Theory

Before Queer Theory

Victorian Aestheticism and the Self
Dustin Friedman

A reimagining of how the aesthetic movement of the Victorian era ushered in modern queer theory. 

Written by: Kris Lykke
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