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Library Display Celebrates LGBT Pride Month 2009

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June is Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transexual (LGBT) Pride Month, and the Robert R. Muntz Library is recognizing this observance with a book display. President Obama issued a proclamation for the month, which you can find here. Secretary of State Clinton also made a statement from the State Department for the observance as well. You can find it here. Both documents are part of the library display we are featuring in the library's third floor. Pride Month honors the achievements, struggles, and triumphs of the LGBT community. Our display is an opportunity for our community to learn more as well as check out some of our holdings on the topic. The display will be available through the month of June. These are some of the books featured in the display case. All books are available for checkout. If you wish to check out a book currently in the display case, feel free to stop by the circulation or reference desks, and we will be happy to open the display case for you. The books are usually found in the third floor General Collection stacks (unless otherwise noted). The list is in Library of Congress (LOC) call number order:
  • Mel White, Stranger at the Gate: to be Gay and Christian in America (BX 9896 .Z8 W 45 1995).
  • Pat Griffin, Strong Women, Deep Closets: Lesbians and Homophobia in Sport (GV 708.8 .G75 1998).
  • Liz Winfield, Straight Talk About Gays in the Workplace: Creating an Inclusive, Productive Environment for Everyone in your Organization (HD 6285 .W56 2005).
  • Suzanne Johnson and Elizabeth O' Connor, The Gay Baby Boom: the Psychology of Gay Parenthood (HQ 75.27 .J64 2002).
  • Robert A. Bernstein, Families of Value: Personal Profiles of Pioneering Lesbian and Gay Parents (HQ 75.28 .U6 B47 2005).
  • Elizabeth Lapovsky Kennedy, Boots of Leather, Slippers of Gold: the History of a Lesbian Community (HQ 75.6 .U5 K47 1993).
  • Paul Monette, Becoming a Man: Half a Life Story (HQ 75.8 .M64 A3 2004).
  • Gerald P. Mallon, GLBTQ: the Survival Guide for Queer and Questioning Teens (HQ 76.25 .H84 2003).
  • Kevin Jennings, Always My Child: a Parent's Guide to Understanding Your Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgendered or Questioning Son or Daughter (HQ 76.25 .J37 2003).
  • Henry Abelove, et. al., eds., The Lesbian and Gay Studies Reader (HQ 76.25 .L48 1993).
  • Neil Miller, Out of the Past: Gay and Lesbian History from 1869 to the Present (HQ 76.25 .M56 2006).
  • Michael Warner, ed., Fear of a Queer Planet: Queer Politics and Social Theory (HQ 76.3 .U5 F43 1993).
  • Jonathan Ned Katz, Gay American History: Lesbians and Gay Men in the U.S.A.: a Documentary History (HQ 76.3 .U5 K37 1992).
  • Betty Berzon, ed., Positively Gay: New Approaches to Gay and Lesbian Life (HQ 76.3 .U5 P68 2001).
  • Kate Burns, ed., Gay and Lesbian Families (HQ 76.35 .U6 G39 2005).
  • Meredith Maran with Angela Watrous, eds., 50 Ways to Support Lesbian and Gay Equality: the Complete Guide to Supporting Family, Friends, Neighbors--or Yourself (HQ 76.8 .U5 A15 2005).
  • Chris Bull, ed., Come Out Fighting: a Century of Essential Writing on Gay and Lesbian Liberation (HQ 76.8 .U5 C66 2001).
  • Leslie Feinberg, Transgender Warriors: Making History from Joan of Arc to Dennis Rodman (HQ 77.9 .F44 1996).
  • Sean Cahill, Same-sex Marriage in the United States: Focus on the Facts (HQ 1034 .U5 C34 2004).
  • David Moats, Civil Wars: the Battle for Gay Marriage (HQ 1034 .U5 M62 2005).
  • Yuval Merin, Equality for Same-sex Couple: the Legal Recognition of Gay Partnerships in Europe and the United States (K 699 .M47 2002).
  • Kenji Yoshino, Covering: the Hidden Assault on our Civil Rights (KF 373 .A3 Y67 2007).
  • Ellen Ann Andersen, Out of the Closets and Into the Courts: Legal Opportunity Structure and Gay Rights Litigation (KF 4754.5 .A96 2006).
  • James T. Sears, Gay, Lesbian, and Transgender Issues in Education: Programs, Policies, and Practices (LC 192.6 .G38 2005).
  • Alan Hollinghurst, The Line of Beauty: a Novel (PR 6058 .O4467 L56 2004).
  • Tony Kushner, Angels in America: a Gay Fantasia on National Themes, Part 1 (PS 3561 .U778 A85 1993 v.1).
  • Audre Lorde, Sister Outsider: Essays and Speeches (PS 3562 .O75 S5 2007).
  • Martin Hyatt, A Scarecrow's Bible (PS 3608 .Y36 S28 2006).
  • Michael D. Shankle, ed., The Handbook of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Public Health: a Practitioner's Guide to Service (RA 564.9 .H65 H36 2006).
Published by root on 09 Jun

Comments

Is there anything on Harvey Milk on display?

As of this moment, we do not have a specific book or item about Harvey Milk. Some of the historical works listed do cover his life in small chapters. It is an oversight we are working to fix. As always, if you do have a particular book or resource you would like to suggest, we take suggestions as well. And as soon as we add something, we'll post about it. Thanks for stopping by.

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