LGBTQIA+ Virtual Resource Exhibit 2021
In honor of LGBTQ+ History Month and Coming Out Day on October 11, several LGBTQ+ groups across UC Davis have come together to bring you a virtual book display of e-books and multimedia that highlight a spectrum of queer and trans stories.
This selection of e-books and multimedia collections highlight the myriad of intersections within queer and trans communities. While we have not covered every corner of these communities, we have made our best effort to include many of these intersections. Our collections cover topics such as health inequities, transgender/genderqueer histories, and the intersection of queerness with religion, feminism, and disability — all while highlighting a wide variety of Black, Latinx, and Indigenous communities.
Please use this virtual exhibit as a resource for learning, growing and supporting the queer and trans communities at UC Davis.
History of the Exhibit
The LGBTQ+ book exhibit at Blaisdell Medical Library started in 2017 with a physical book display welcoming all to learn more about the queer and trans community. The original display was organized by Shea Hazarian, Paul David Terry, and Amy Studer as part of the UC Davis Improving OUTcomes Conference. It included an interactive component with a coloring meditation area along with the book display. It was also paired with a virtual book display, which we are continuing this year.
This virtual exhibit is a collaborative effort by Blaisdell Medical Library/UC Davis Library, the Chancellor’s Committee on LGBTQIA+ Communities, the Cal Aggie Lambda Alumni Association, the UC Davis Health PRIDE Employee Resource Group, the Vice Chancellor and Dean’s LGBTQ+ Health Advisory Council and the UC Davis LGBTQIA+ Resource Center.
eBooks Available through the UC Davis Library
These books are available electronically onsite or offsite for current UC Davis affiliates using Library VPN. UC Davis Library has a plethora of additional books and ebooks on a variety of LGBTQIA+ topics. Search the UC Davis Library catalog to find more.
- Acosta, Katie L. Amigas Y Amantes : Sexually Nonconforming Latinas Negotiate Family (2013). Web.
- Alexander, Jonathan, and Karen. Yescavage. Bisexuality and Transgenderism InterSEXions of the Others (2003). Web.
- Cealey Harrison, Wendy., and John. Hood-Williams. Beyond Sex and Gender (2002). Web.
- Bevan, Thomas E. Transgender Health and Medicine : History, Practice, Research, and the Future (2019). Web.
- Butler, Judith. Gender Trouble Feminism and the Subversion of Identity (2007). Web.
- Cianciotto, Jason., and Sean Cahill. LGBT Youth in America’s Schools (2012). Web.
- Collins, Joshua C., Tonette S. Rocco, Lawrence O. Bryant, and Jack Hollingsworth. Health and Wellness Concerns for Racial, Ethnic, and Sexual Minorities (2014). Web.
- Driskill, Qwo-Li. Asegi Stories Cherokee Queer and Two-Spirit Memory (2016). Web.
- rickson-Schroth, Laura. Trans Bodies, Trans Selves : A Resource for the Transgender Community (2014). Web.
- Ghaziani, Amin, and Matt Brim. Imagining Queer Methods . New York: New York University Press, 2019. Print.
- Goldberg, Abbie E., and Katherine R. Allen. LGBT-parent Families Innovations in Research and Implications for Practice (2013). Web.
- Guidroz, Kathleen., and Michele Tracy Berger. The Intersectional Approach Transforming the Academy through Race, Class, and Gender (2009). Web.
- Guter, Bob, and John R. Killacky. Queer Crips : Disabled Gay Men and Their Stories (2014). Web.
- Harvey, Vickie L., and Teresa Heinz Housel. Health Care Disparities and the LGBT Population (2014). Web.
- Hill Collins, Patricia, and Sirma Bilge. Intersectionality. 2016. Print. Key Concepts (Polity Press).
- Kumashiro, Kevin K. Troubling Education : Queer Activism and Antioppressive Pedagogy . New York: Routledge, 2002. Web.
- Lightsey, Pamela R. Our Lives Matter : A Womanist Queer Theology (2015). Web.
- McRuer, Robert. Crip Theory Cultural Signs of Queerness and Disability (2006). Web.
- Newman, Lesléa, Carol Thompson, Katy Brown, and Tricycle Press, Publisher. Daddy, Papa, and Me. First ed. 2009. Print.
- Pullen, Christopher, and Margaret Cooper. LGBT Identity and Online New Media (2010). Web.
- Sinfield, Alan. On Sexuality and Power (2004). Web.
- Snorton, C. Riley. Black on Both Sides : A Racial History of Trans Identity (2017). Web.
- Taylor, Jami K., Donald P. Haider-Markel, and Daniel C. Lewis. The Remarkable Rise of Transgender Rights . Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Press, 2018. Web.
Multimedia Resources Available through the UC Davis Library
These audiovisual resources are available onsite or offsite for current UC Davis affiliates using Library VPN. UC Davis Library has a plethora of additional multimedia resources on a variety of LGBTQIA+ topics. Search the UC Davis Library catalog to find more.
- Blank, Harrod, Sjoerd Dijk, Brandi Bosier, Lucy Hosking, Plymouth Harman Ansbergs, Rusty Tidenberg, Shevaa Deva, Les Blank Films, and Kanopy. Why Can’t I Be Me? Around You. 2020. Web.
- Brodsky, Ellen, and Kanopy. The Year We Thought about Love. 2016. Web.
- Garner, Kelly., Sut. Jhally, John. Kazlauskas, Kenyon. King, Anthony. Rapp, Danny. Roberts, Judy Shepard. Rosenfeld, Julie. Stoffer, and Kanopy. Speak Up! : Improving the Lives of Gay, Lesbian, Bi-sexual, Transgender Youth. 2014. Web.
- Greene, Beverly, Christine A. Padesky, Ronald L. Scott, Eli Reyna, Victor Deras, and Psychotherapy.net, Production Company. Psychotherapy with Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Clients. Program 6, Diversity and Multiple Identities. 2007. Psychotherapy with Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Clients. Web.
- Hubbard, Jim, ACT UP Oral History Project, and Kanopy. United in Anger : A History of ACT UP. 2017. Web.
- Linton, Katherine, Chris Slusarenko, John Cameron Mitchell, Kelley Deal, Kim Trask, Deal, Kim, Trask, Stephen, RAINLAKE, and Kanopy. Follow My Voice With the Music of Hedwig. 2020. Web.
- Riggs, Marlon, California Newsreel, and Kanopy. Tongues Untied. 2019. Web.
- Simon, Frank, Andy Warhol, Crystal LaBeija, Flawless Sabrina, Kino Lorber, and Kanopy. The Queen. 2019. Web.
- The Video Project, and Kanopy. LGBT Rights Around the World. 2016. Web.
- Walton, Pam, and Kanopy. Gay Youth. 2015. Web.
- LGBTQ+ Life [via EBSCO]
- Archives of Sexuality & Gender [via Gale]
- Global Encyclopedia of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer (LGBTQ) History
- Gender Watch [via ProQuest]
- TSQ: Transgender Studies Quarterly
- ViVa: a current bibliography of women’s and gender history
For additional UC Davis Library LGBTQIA+ resources, also see:
- 2017 LGBTQ+ Health Book Exhibit at Blaisdell Medical Library (past exhibit)
- 2018 LGBTQ+ Health Book Exhibit (past exhibit)
- 50 Features of Special Collections: Gay and Lesbian History and Culture Collection (library news feature)
- Gay and Lesbian History and Culture Collection (archives & special collections)