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LGBT Social Movements: GSWS 3000 / LGBT 3400

This guide is designed to help students do research for the LGBT Social Movements: History, Politics, and Change in America (GSWS 3000 / LGBT 3400) course.

Start with Library Search

Library Search is the best place to start your research. Library Search allows you to discover books, scholarly articles, films, music, dissertations, archival material and more in the Temple Libraries collection.

Library Search

Search Tips

To get the best results for your movement or issue, try these tips:

  • search for a person as both a keyword and an author in order to find sources both about them and by them
  • put a person's name in quotation marks (i.e., "Harvey Milk") to get the most relevant results
  • look for sources not just about a specific person, but about the organizations they are affiliated with, other activists in the same movement, context about the time period, etc.

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