Pride 2020 – LGBT+ Reads

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The Library have added a lot of ebooks to our collections over the last year and in recognition of Pride Month 2020 we are highlighting the latest LGBT+ ebook titles:

Toft, A., and Franklin, A. (2020) Young, disabled and LGBT+: voices, identities and intersections, New York: Routledge

Excerpt from Library Catalogue:
This volume features original research and writing into lives that are often misunderstood, marginalised and under-represented in research. It is framed with artwork, poetry and writing from young disabled LGBT+ people, and centralises the voices and lives of young disabled LGBT+ people throughout.

Sullivan, A. L. and Urraro, L.L. (2019) Voices of transgender children in early childhood education: reflections on resistance and resiliency, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan

Excerpt from Library Catalogue
This volume…marries theory and praxis, submitting to current and future teachers a text that not only presents authentic narratives about trans children in early childhood education, but also analyses the forces at work behind gender policing, gender segregation, and transphobic education policies

Raboin, T. (2017) Discourses on LGBT asylum in the UK: constructing a queer haven Michigan : Manchester University Press 2017

Exerpt from Library Catalogue:
Looks at the specificities of the exclusion of LGBT refugees, to show how the cultural politics of queer migration help us rethink emancipatory sexual politics

Ackroyd, P. (2018) Queer city: Gay London from the Rmans to the Present Day, New York : Abrams Press 2018

Excerpt from Library Catalogue:
In Queer City, the acclaimed Peter Ackroyd looks at London in a whole new way–through the complete history and experiences of its gay and lesbian population.

Smalley, K. B., Barefoot, K. N., Warren, Jacob C. (2018) LGBT health: meeting the needs of gender and sexual minorities, New York: Springer Publishing Company

Excerpt from Library Catalogue:
This book examines the health outcomes and risk factors that gender and sexual minority groups face while simultaneously providing evidence-based clinical recommendations and resources for meeting their health needs

Barnes, E. and Carlile, An. (2018) How to transform your school into an LGBT+ friendly place: a practical guide for nursery, primary and secondary teachers, London: Jessica\Kingsley#Publishers

Excerpt from Library Catalogue:
LGBT+ inclusion is not part of standard teacher training or induction, which makes it difficult for schools to provide inclusive learning environments, and support for LGBT+ pupils

You’ll find lots more LGBT+ ebooks on the Library Catalogue.

You can also read our Pride 2019 blog post putting the spotlight on titles related to LGBT history and activism, LGBT experiences, LGBT in art and media and LGBT in Education.

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