This site, created and maintained by a sociologist primarily for sociologists, is an excellent example of a specialized metasite that prefers quality of materials over sheer quantity. The site lists both print and online resources in queer studies from the fields of anthropology, education, history, law, psychology, social work, and sociology. Print resources are limited to monographs, with a decided preference for studies published in the last decade, while online resources are provided with brief, but helpful, annotations for researchers. (Some resources are more educational or advocacy-based than scholarly, but the annotations make such distinctions apparent.) Introductions to each section also provide a sense of the overall state of Queer Studies and point to other resources such as useful search engines -- a few specializing in gay issues -- and to scholarly bibliographic databases.
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