Thank you for using the LGBTQ Studies Library Research Guide. I am Julie Leuzinger (pronouns: she, her, hers), your LGBTQ Studies Librarian. NOTE: While I have tried to use inclusive language in this guide, if you notice anything that could be improved, please don't hesitate to contact me with suggestions.
UNT's LGBTQ Studies program provides a comprehensive, interdisciplinary examination of the diversity of global gender and sexual identities, communities, practices, and politics. Courses explore Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer + identified (LGBTQ+) individuals; their families and communities; their cultures and subcultures; their histories, institutions, languages, and literatures; their economics and politics; modes of representation; and their complex relations to the culture and experience of a heterosexual majority.
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This is a starting point for info on lending privileges, locations, borrowing reserve items, and borrowing items from other libraries:
We can deliver many regular circulating items to various UNT campus locations for you. Find out who qualifies, delivery locations & timing, how to make requests, and limitations as some restrictions apply:
Required or recommended readings, music, media and other items for courses can be found at either a reserve desk or online:
There are printers, scanners, and copiers located throughout the Libraries. This page gives you information about their locations, and other basic information:
The UNT Libraries have laptops available for checkout to students, faculty, and staff. Special circulation rules, fines rates, and other guidelines apply:
The libraries provide a diverse range of study spaces. This page details what you will find in them, highlights technology and workspace configurations, as well as notes the general noise level of each: