We are in the process of updating our resources. Please check back often to view past, present, and upcoming resources, of, by, and for CLAGS.
Books produced of/for CLAGS
Queer Ideas: The Kessler Lectures in Lesbian and Gay Studies. Edited by Alisa Solomon and Martin Duberman, and published by the Feminist Press in December, 2003. More information from the Feminist Press.
Queer World: The Center For Lesbian And Gay Studies Reader. Edited by Martin Duberman and published by New York University Press in April, 1997. More information from the New York University Press.
Queer Representations: Reading Lives, Reading Cultures (A Center for Lesbian and Gay Studies Book). Edited by Martin Duberman and published by New York University Press in May 1997. More information from NYU Press.
Articles and Book Chapters about CLAGS
CLAGS was featured in the “Queer Methods” issue of WSQ: Women’s Studies Quarterly (Fall/Winter 2016).
- Former Executive Director Kevin Nadal writes on “The Intersection of Queer Theory and Empirical Methods: Visions for CLAGS Center for LGBTQ Studies.”
- CLAGS founder, Martin Duberman, writes on “The First Ten Years.”
Selected Proceedings of the Transgender Politics, Social Change, and Justice Conference (May 6-7, 2005). Editors: Paisley Currah, Gael Gundin Guevara, and Richard M. Juang.
Other CLAGS related publications
Sexual Cultures Series
Founding editors: José Muñoz and Ann Pellegrini.
General editors. Ann Pellegrini, Tavia Nyong’o, and Joshua Chambers-Letson
Celebrating its 20th anniversary the Sexual Cultures series expands queer theory’s potential by “unfixing the subjects of LGBTQ studies.” Founded by CLAGS board member, José Muñoz and Ann Pellegrini, the series continues to push the boundary of what queer publics can become.
More information on the Sexual Cultures series from New York University Press.
CLAGS is excited to be a part of the CUNY Academic Works repository. CUNY Academic Works is a service of the CUNY Libraries dedicated to providing access to the work of the City University of New York, that is freely available to all. Learn more about CUNY Academic Works.
Housed under the Centers & Institutes section, take a look at CLAGS repository.
Check out some amazing submissions about, for, and by CLAGS dating back to 1992!
CLAGS: Youtube Channel
Take a look at our YouTube channel for footage from past Kessler lectures, CLAGS conferences, and more.More about CLAGS on YouTube