An electronic journal reviewing books, videos,
journal titles, and other materials covering AIDS, safer sex, and
sexually transmitted diseases, published irregularly by the
University of Illinois at Chicago Library.
The American University Journal
of Gender, Social Policy & the Law was founded in
1992 to provide a forum for those interested in gender issues and
feminist legal studies. In 1998, the Journal expanded its mission
to include social policy as well as gender issues. Our current
approach reflects our intent to fill a void in legal scholarship
by providing an opportunity for academic discussion that is
otherwise overlooked by traditional journals. By focusing on
gender and social policy issues, we are committed to creating a
dialogue among disparate social, economic, and gender groups in
order to find our common humanity under the law.
Blithe House Quarterly is a site for gay short
fiction, an online literary magazine featuring a diversity of new
short stories by emerging and established gay, lesbian, bisexual
and transgendered authors.
"...the central publishing arm of new queer
fiction" - OUT Magazine : GLAAD Media Award nominee, 2000
The Church-Wellesley Review, named after the
main intersection in Toronto's vibrant gay village, is a quarterly
review of fiction, poetry, interviews and essays by, for and about
lesbians and gays. Our main objective is to promote new voices and
follow new trends in lesbian and gay writing. Nonetheless, new
writers sometimes find their work introduced by or published along
side writing by Timothy Findley, Jane Rule, David Watmough,
Patrick Roscoe, Shyam Selvadurai, Chocolate Waters, R.M. Vaughan,
Marnie Woodrow and others.
The Columbia Journal of Gender and Law is the
preeminent journal for scholarship on the interaction
between gender and law. The Columbia Journal of Gender and
Law fosters dialogue, debate, and awareness about gender-related
issues and feminist scholarship. We consider gender to be a
broad category which includes issues relevant to people of
different colors, classes, sexual orientations, and
cultures. Our articles express an expansive view of feminist
jurisprudence, embracing issues relating to women and men of all
races, ethnicities, classes, sexual orientations, and cultures.
The law school's newest journal, the Duke
Journal of Gender Law & Policy, was established in 1994.
It is an interdisciplinary publication devoted to discussion and
consideration of gender issues in the context of law and public
policy. The journal encourages works from multiple perspectives,
with particular emphasis on practical analysis, in an effort to
identify the connections between social science and the law,
scholarship and public policy, and academic work and professional
practice. The journal is advised by a faculty board whose members
are drawn from the faculties of the Law School, the Terry Sanford
Institute of Public Policy, and the Women's Studies Program.
Continuously published since 1988, this is the
world's longest running online publication for the gay, lesbian
and bisexual community.
Now in its 26th year, the formerly annual journal Explorations in
Renaissance Culture announces that, beginning with the summer of 2000, it
will be a biannual publication. Each year's issues will appear in Summer
Subject: Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual Studies. This
Journal celebrates the rich diversity of the gay, lesbian, bisexual,
and transgendered community by providing editorial content
that represents all aspects of the LGBTQ community.
A peer-reviewed academic journal publishing essays about gender and sexuality in relation to social, political, artistic, and economic concerns.
The HIV/AIDS Surveillance Report contains
tabular and graphic information about U.S. AIDS and HIV case
reports, including data by state, metropolitan statistical area,
mode of exposure to HIV, sex, race/ethnicity, age group, vital
status, and case definition category. It is published
semi-annually by the Division of HIV/AIDS Prevention, National
Center for HIV, STD, and TB Prevention, Centers for Disease
Control and Prevention (CDC).
The International Journal of Sexuality and
Gender Studies is a progressive, interdisciplinary journal
devoted to the exchange of the latest knowledge and ideas under
the general categories of "sexuality" and "gender
studies," and every major aspect of lesbian, gay, bisexual,
and transgender life. The Journal publishes peer- reviewed
original articles, high quality research papers, personal essays,
interviews, "round-table" discussions, reviews, and
poetry that address all areas of sexuality and gender studies. On
occasion, individual issues of the International Journal of
Sexuality and Gender Studies focus on thematic topics.
The Journal is a scholarly forum and source of information for
people involved in the social and behavioral sciences; history,
the arts and humanities; political science and international
relations; law; health and human services; religion and
spirituality. It also provides a unique and essential line of
communication between scholars, researchers, educators, community
organizers, and political activists.
Overseen by its Editor, Warren J. Blumenfeld,
the International Journal of Sexuality and Gender Studies
boasts an international Editorial Board composed of accomplished
academics, writers, activists, and administrators from diverse
The editorial board welcomes the opportunity to review your
original manuscripts. Please write to the Editor for complete
Warren J. Blumenfeld, Editor
International Journal of Sexuality and
P.O. Box 929
Northampton, MA 01061
For a complimentary on-line sample issue and subscription
information for the International Journal of Sexuality and Gender
Studies, contact the publisher directly:
Kluwer Academic/Human Sciences Press
233 Spring Street
New York, NY 10013-1578
The International Journal of Transgenderism
publishes peer-reviewed, original articles on a quarterly basis.
In addition, we will republish important and seminal articles in
our Archives section. With the capabilities of electronic
publishing, we will be able to easily publish new books.
Submission and review of manuscripts will be handled
electronically and will speed the timely publication of new works.
Timely information regarding transgenderism will be available
quickly and easily.
A Review of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and
Transgender Legal Issues: The first student-published
journal dedicated to gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender legal
issues. This journal has recently published articles
examining such topics as domestic partnership ordinances, free
speech, gays in the military, same-sex parenting, and Fourteenth
Amendment protections. Published annually. Phone:
Law & Sexuality: A Review of Lesbian,
Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Legal Issues
was the first law review in the country devoted to covering legal
issues of interest to the lesbian and gay community. Law &
Sexuality ís primary purpose is to provide the legal and
academic communities with readily available information on legal
issues affecting the lesbian and gay community. Only 1 additional
law review in the country keeps track of these issues, which range
from child custody to military discrimination to state sodomy
statues to national funding of the arts. Law & Sexuality ,
which published its first issue in the summer of 1991, addresses
all of these areas and more, with theoretical and practical
articles by academician, practitioners, and students. The review
also includes a large student-written "recent
developments" section that covers all major cases and
statutory developments of interest to lesbians, gay men, bisexuals
and transgender men and women.
Subject: Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual Studies
The Journal specializes in four distinct types of works: (1)
reports and studies germane to gay and lesbian legal issues,
(2) transcriptions of proceedings, panels and programs, (3)
briefs filed by litigators around the country in key cases and
(4) essays, student work and other forms of traditional law
review scholarship which, due to space limitations, may not be
published in traditional reviews and journals.
This publication began as a print version in
1986 and went online in 1991. From the editors:
" ...Visibilities is free and available to
anyone who wants to come in and browse. And that's important to us
as well. We want the world to see us as we really are--productive,
normal women with lives that are full and complete, sometimes with
problems, with our own political and other agendas.
We want young women, struggling with their
sexual identities, to see the same view. To know that they are not
alone, they are not the only ones.
And for those of us who are middle-aged and
older, Visibilities is a place to celebrate our lives and
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