Welcome to Gale's Gender & Diversity Content Hub. This hub is an extension of our committment to supporting academic institutions at every level by providing eBooks, databases and primary sources that enable a greater understanding of gender and diversity issues. We are delighted to make these thought-provoking collections available to students, scholars, faculty, and the libraries that serve them.

On this page we will be continually updating a wide-range of content to help you get the most out of the Gale resources your institution currently uses and inform you of other resources that can help accomplish your institutions instructional objectives. Below you will find links to informative webinars, research examples from primary source collections, title lists, sample searches from databases, contextual essays, excerpts from eBooks and more.

We hope you will find value in the content as you browse through! Something you would like to see added to this page? Let us know.



 Additional Resources

Diversity Studies eBook Title List

Download our Gender & Diversity Studies Brochure


Supporting Gender and Sexuality Studies at Academic Libraries

Celebrating Women's History with Library Resources


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Civil Rights

Students and scholars alike require quality resources as they seek to contribute to (or change) the narratives which exists around topics like civil rights. Digital collections and e-resources can help faculty and students find their starting point and search across materials and points in time. Explore the content below Gale Primary Sources, eBooks on GVRL, and databases and discover how to examine information in new ways.

Sexuality & Gender

At Gale, we’re devoted to building awareness of issues impacting the LGTBQ community. Our primary sources, eBooks and databases provide an immense amount of information supporting LGTBQ research. Students and scholars can make new connections in LGBTQ history and activism, cultural studies, psychology, health, political science, policy studies, and other related areas of research. Discover new research paths by exploring the content below.

Women's Studies

Gale resources allow students and scholars to trace the path of women’s issues from past to present—pulling from primary sources, eBooks and databases. Our portfolio of Women’s Studies e-resources captures the foundation of women’s movements, struggles and triumphs, and provides researchers with valuable insights. Explore the content below and discover new ways to support this important academic discipline.