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LGBTQ+ Studies

Library Information

Library Building Hours:

Menifee & San Jacinto
8:00am - 6:00pm Monday-Thursday

Temecula
9:00am - 5:00pm Monday-Thursday

Online Library Hours:

8:00am - 6:00pm Monday-Thursday
8:00am - 12:00pm  Friday


Call 951-346-2292

Text 951-783-4977


Locations

Menifee Valley Campus Library 
800 Building - 2nd Floor

San Jacinto Campus Library 
300 Building

Temecula Valley Campus Library
1st Floor - Room TA-107

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LGBTQ+ Studies, or Queer studies, is defined by the Historical Dictionary of the Lesbian and Gay Movements as, "an emerging theoretical academic field of study that questions accepted ideas of sexual and sociopolitical identity and community. Queer studies is an outgrowth of gay studies, gender studies, and women's studies..."

This research guide provides information and resources from a variety of academic disciplines, to help you learn about the experiences and perspectives of members of the LGBTQ+ community. Below you can find information on LGBTQ+ Studies terminology, and a gallery of some of the resources available in the MSJC Library collections.

Films

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Forbidden Cover Art
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Vito Film Art
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Coming Out A 50 Year History Cover Art
Pride Denied Cover Art
Between The Shades Cover Art
Moonlight Cover Art
Finding Kim Cover Art
No Ordinary Man Cover Art
Bixa Travesty Cover Art
Homo Promo Cover Art
Jinx Monsoon Drag Becomes Him Cover Art
I Am The Queen Cover Art
Vaginal Davis: An Interview Cover Art
Krudas Cover Art

Books