Sharing Diverse Literary Perspectives
Gale provides comprehensive access to resources that span a range of diverse voices, including minority groups, and directly address diversity, equity, and inclusion topics. From primary sources to literary criticism to literary biographies, Gale Literature Resource Center supports the study of diverse authors, interdisciplinary approaches, and the continued development of critical-thinking skills considering both represented and underrepresented perspectives.
Faculty and librarians can empower students to pursue research pathways and better understand diverse experiences with Gale Literature Resource Center. Give researchers access to diverse voices that vary in race, gender, religion, sexual orientation, ethnicity, nationality, culture, socioeconomic status, and other social identities. Encourage learners to challenge and dismantle stereotypes of and discrimination against underrepresented groups by studying diverse literature. Gale Literature Resource Center includes literary criticism, primary sources, and biographies featuring queer authors, Black women, Latinx writers, and more, spotlighting the perspectives of diverse characters.
Understanding Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
Gale Literature Resource Center provides content supporting research on diversity and intersectionality in literature, including primary literary sources, literary criticisms, and multimedia resources. Enable learners to explore themes of diversity and intersectionality, from voices advocating for LGBTQ rights to Black feminism to antidiscrimination for people with disabilities. Making diversity, equity, and inclusion topics a focus in the classroom helps students understand the importance of literary representation and reflect on how themes of inclusivity have evolved in literature and society over time.