Keeping Up with LGBTQ History
While LGBTQ history dates to ancient civilizations such as Ancient Egypt and Greece, LGBTQ studies remains a relatively new field. It covers constantly evolving developments as laws are challenged, activism expands, and LGBTQ topics grab headlines. Students and researchers need the most current information available to make sense of both contemporary and historical discussions.
Gale is proud to present the first international, authoritative and academically rigorous reference title that is squarely focused on LGBTQ history.
The Global Encyclopedia of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer (LGBTQ) History, a Charles Scribner's Sons title, covers the history of, and current developments in, LGBTQ-related topics and events around the world. Wide-ranging in scope, this encyclopedia complements a broad range of courses. Features include a thematic outline, geographic index, and a subject index.
This title includes more than 380 entries, half of which are written by international contributors representing 35 different countries, expansive coverage of nearly 70 countries, and 316 full-colour photos, illustrations, graphs and more. The content is far more substantive than the average encyclopedia, with entries averaging 3,000 words each and abundant cross-references to help readers make connections between entries.
ISBN: 9780684325538, eISBN: 9780684325545
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This newly released title is an ideal companion to Encyclopedia of LGBTQ History in America (2004)
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