There's no single library at UW-Madison that houses LGBTQ studies materials. Instead, you'll find research collections in several libraries across campus, as well as online resources.
This guide includes books, scholarly articles, images, statistics and other media for undergraduate students researching LGBTQ topics. Created by College Library.
Especially useful for graduate students, instructors, and faculty this guide is specific to the UW-Madison campus. Created by Women's Studies Librarian's Office.
Databases available through UW-Madison Libraries include LGBT Life with Full Text, Gender Watch and Women's Studies International.
Libraries & Research Collections
A system-wide office located on the 4th Floor of Memorial Library in room 430. Services include one-on-one research help and and instructional support.
Aimed at undergraduates, College Library occupies in the first three floors of Helen C. White Hall, 600 North Park Street. Call (608) 262-324 for research help.
Humanities and social sciences collection, 728 State Street. ID required for entry. Call (608) 262-3242 for research help.