LGBTQ+ History Month: Centering Black Queer Histories

Happy LGBTQ+ History Month! This month, Emory Libraries is celebrating the experiences and histories of Black queer folks. Too often, the queer experience is reduced to the histories of white, cisgender men, leaving out other voices. The resources we have highlighted for this month, divided into Individual and Personal Perspectives and Academic and Ethnographic Perspectives, Read More …

LGBTQ+ Resources on the American South: LGBTQ+ Pride Month

By Paige Crowl, Teaching and Learning Librarian, Oxford College Library and Melissa Hackman, Sociology & Development Studies Librarian, Robert W. Woodruff Library Emory Libraries is excited to continue our celebration of¬†Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer Pride Month. Did you know? June 2020 is the 50th year of Pride celebrations in the United States! In Read More …

New Library Workshops on MAXQDA

This semester the Robert W. Woodruff Library will be offering workshops on MAXQDA, a software program that allows you to easily and efficiently code and analyze your qualitative research data. In MAXQDA you can code: text (Word, RTF), PDFs, excel tables, images, audio, video, twitter data, Youtube comments, bibliographic data, websites, and surveys. The workshops Read More …

Guidestar: New Database for Non-Profit Research

The library has recently acquired a new database that is an excellent resource for conducting background research on non-profits for assignments, internships, practicums, and job searching. Guidestar provides information on millions of non-profits and has easy to use search functions. Library patrons can search for non-profits by state, zip code, number of employees, affiliation type, Read More …

Studies in Sexualities Relaunch

The Library is pleased to be involved in the relaunch of Studies in Sexualities. Studies in Sexualities is a university wide, interdisciplinary program that helps bring together students and faculty from different parts of the university to meet and share their interests and research on sexuality. It has no one methodological or conceptual orientation. Instead, Read More …