Trying to determine which database is best for your area of LGBTQ-related research can sometimes prove to be the most difficult part of the research process. Here is a selection of databases which have been found to have excellent interdisciplinary coverage of topics related to LGBTQ and sexuality research.
Listed here is just a sample of electronic LGBTQ reference materials (Encyclopedias, bibliographies, Handbooks, etc.) available to U-M students, faculty, and staff.
Members of the U-M community have access to thousands of journals because of their affiliation with the university. Listed here is a number of LGBTQ-related newspapers, magazines, and scholarly journals in which we have paid subscriptions. You can gain direct access to these titles by clicking on the links here and entering your uniquename and password (if off-campus). Magazines and newspapers are listed on the left-hand side of the page, and scholarly/peer-reviewed journals are listed immediately below: