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LGBTQ Studies

Resources for those interested in LGBTQ Studies

Browsing the Catalog

You can perform a subject search in the UNT Library Catalog, A Subject search is often a good starting point. Your results will display the number of titles we have under that general heading, and then under a series of sub-headings, which often focus on specific regions or related items. You can also perform keyword searches. The catalog will look for your search terms anywhere in the library item record (i.e. title, author, subject, notes), allowing you to perform a more targeted search. 

When you have located the materials you are interested in, write down the call number and title and check the location of the book. Go to the library and floor of the book, in order to browse the shelves for the book. If you cannot find the book, present it to a staff person at the Service Desk for help.

If you need help searching for books, please contact your LGBTQ Studies Librarian, Julie Leuzinger

Just want to browse the stacks?

While LGBTQ Studies is interdisciplinary, the HQ call number range on the 3rd floor of Willis Library has a number of topics pertaining to women, family, gender, and sexual orientation. I also recommend the Help Yourself library guide, in particular, the page on Sexual Orientation & Gender Identity

Selected Books from the UNT Collection

*not all non-binary individuals identify as transgender

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