The publisher Taylor and Francis have made a collection of LBGTQIA-related books free to view for pride month. Topics covered include History, Politics, Religion, Culture, Social Media and Education.
The University Library is displaying 6 flags during LGBT+ History Month. This digital exhibition – Beyond the Rainbow – describes 15 different pride flags and discusses the symbolism of their design and colours.
Paud’s Pins – an LGBTQ+ history project An LGBT community archive which comprises over 100 badges belonging to former Gay’s the Word bookshop manager Paud Hegarty. The badges were discovered recently abandoned in an attic. The physical archive is housed in the bookshop in London. Learn more about the campaigns & struggles of left-wing and LGBTQ+ […]
Online exhibition from the Bishopsgate Institute to commemorate LGBT+ history month and a physical exhibition they are holding at the Barbican centre. Also, explore an audio play list of clips from hit LGBT records from the 1980s. Out and About! | Barbican
Europeana LGBT Plus now has a page of great historic LGBT resources from Europe’s national and libraries and museums. Includes images from the history of pride, art work, badge ephemera, books and. Archives from a range of EU nations British library resources National Archives research guide to UK resources . They also have some podcasts highlighting resources Bishopsgate Institute LGBT archives includes News […]
Rainbow Europe ranks all 49 European countries on the basis of laws and policies that have a direct impact on the LGBTI people’s human rights in 6 categories: equality and non-discrimination; family; hate crime and hate speech; legal gender recognition and bodily integrity; civil society space; and asylum.
New web archive from the Ivy Plus Libraries Confederation and available from the archive.it website. It currently includes 74 archived web resources covering LGBT+ activism in South Asia and its diaspora. These are valuable for grass roots discussion of gay and transgender rights , pride and cultural events and responses to government policy which may […]
A new online exhibit from Europeana. It gives a short history of Pride festivals using items such as photos and badges from Europe’s leading library and museum collections.