Library Resources

This page contains diversity-related materials and databases available from the library along with other campus resources. If there is a material you'd like to recommend that the library currently does not have, submit our suggest materials form.

Select Visiting Speaker Resources

Recommended by Dr. Eddie Moore, Jr.

Disability Resources

National Center on Disability Journalism: From the Arizona State University school of journalism, this website contains many important resources, including:

The library has many books and electronic resources on the topic of disability studies, including:

Select Databases & Digital Collections

Academic Video Online: Features a collection covering many important issues and educational content related to diversity.

African American Newspapers 1827-1988: African American history, culture, and daily life in the 19th and 20th centuries.

Bibliography of Asian Studies: Indexing of articles and book chapters, primarily in Western languages, published since 1971.

DRAM- Database of Recorded American Music: Recordings from New World, Composers Recordings, and other important labels.

Handbook of Latin American Studies: Selected and edited by the Hispanic Division of the Library of Congress.

Latin American News Digest (LAND): News coverage and analysis produced by Latin American media.

LGBT Digital Collections: The UW-Milwaukee Archives "documents LGBT+ history in Milwaukee, including the Gay and Lesbian Liberation Movement, AIDS activism and healthcare, and marriage equality. Search across our LGBT+ history digital collections to find news footage, photographs, documents, oral histories, and more"

North American Women's Letters & Diaries: Approximately 150,000 pages of diaries and letters from the Colonial era to 1950.

Smithsonian Global Sound: Encyclopedia of the world's musical and aural traditions complete with sound recordings.

Women Writers Online: Full text collection of writing by women covering a period from 1400 to 1850.

Also see our databases in the humanities and social sciences.