Ireland’s first course to examine the modern history of the Irish LGBT+ community is being offered by the School of History’s Dr Diarmuid Scully in UCC’s Adult and Continuing Education (ACE) Programme, Spring 2020.
‘From Shame to Pride?' A Short Introduction to LGBT+ Irish History (1970s-2020) is a six-week course exploring the experience of LGBT+ people in Ireland since New York’s 1969 Stonewall Riots, which inspired the LGBT+ rights movement internationally. This course is based on the first ever degree-level modern Irish LGBT+ History module taught in an Irish university – Diarmuid’s HI 2105 Case Study: LGBT Identities in Modern Ireland: Sources, Contexts, Interpretations. Diarmuid introduced this Second Year History course in 2018 to mark the 25th anniversary of the decriminalisation of homosexuality.
This guide aims to provide information on key resources for LGBT Studies in University College Cork Library.The tabs at the top of the page will help you find
Remember that there is a range of keywords you can use to search for LGBT resources - the term LGBT covers different groups of people, and also the language has changed over the years so looking for older materials may mean using a variety of words to search.
OneSearch searches across a lot of the Library print AND electronic resources at the same time, including:
Information on how to use OneSearch