- The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Studies Program at UCLA
The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Studies Program at UCLA is an interdisciplinary program that supports teaching and research on the historical and contemporary experience of lesbians, gay men, bisexuals, and transgendered people. It provides an academic home for those who wish to study the intellectual and cultural traditions that have shaped our current understanding of sexuality and gender, as well as for those who wish to challenge such traditions and generate new theoretical paradigms. The program sponsors courses, offers an undergraduate minor, organizes lecture series, facilitates the study of minority sexualities and genders in the broadest interdisciplinary context, and tries to bring together interested students, faculty, and members of the larger Los Angeles community.
New York University: Center for the Study of Gender and Sexuality
Fosters explorations of gender and sexuality in a broad range of contexts in the humanities, social sciences, sciences, and professions.
University of North Florida: Sex and Gender in PreModern Europe
Incredibly comprehensive, excellent links. Instructor Paul Halsall. (Spring 2000)
Harvey Milk Institute, San Francisco
Offers educational opportunities to students in the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transsexual, transgender, and queer communities, and our friends. Courses are non-credited and are not graded.
Lavender Languages Conference
Formal papers, roundtable discussions, performance pieces and other presentations which explore language, linguistics, literature, non-verbal communication, cinema, photography, and visual arts. Background, scheduled events, and previous presentations.
Youth Suicide Problems: Gay/Bisexual Male Focus
Collected studies and information on aspects of youth suicide.
Queer Theory Information and Resources
Substantial, useful information on queer theory, including critics, theory books, with information, essays, links and essays on Butler, Foucault, Madonna.
QSTUDY-L: Queer Studies List
Provides a forum for academic discussions pertaining to queer theory, and intended to promote networking and information sharing between teachers, researchers, librarians, and students.