LGBTQIA periodical and ephemera collection. box 27, LGBTQIA periodicals and ephemera by language.

Format
Book
Language
French
Published/​Created
[Numerous places of publication] : [various publishers], [20th and 21st centuries].
Description
15 volumes in box : illustrations (some color) ; 27x40 cm.

Details

Subject(s)
Homosaurus term(s)
Homosaurus genre(s)
Series
LGBTQIA periodical and ephemera collection ; box 27
Summary note
This collection is comprised of LGBTQIA materials including: periodicals, magazines, ephemera and monographs. The collection is international in scope, largely concentrated from the 1950's to the early 2000's.
Notes
  • Title created by cataloger.
  • "Gai pied rezo" consists of one issue (undated).
  • "[Gender Trouble]: the officer, the lady and the priest" consists of six postcards (undated).
  • "Photo" consists of one issue (no. 217 (oct. 1985)).
  • "Les caramels fous présentent 'il était une fois tatahouine'" consists of one volume (1993).
  • "Des aveux: chronique d'une enfance homo" consists of one volume (2002).
  • "IB news" consists of two issues (no. 9 (mai 2002) ; no. 16 (déc. 2002)).
  • "Je mediterranee: le premier magazine gay friendly de la region PACA" consists of one issue (no. 5 (déc. 2002)).
  • "Je med: le premier magazine gay & friendly de la mediterranee" consists of one issue (no. 36 (juillet 2005)).
  • "Consentment: un truc .. de pe de?" consists of one issue (juillet/août 2013).
Contents
  • Gai pied rezo
  • Gender trouble: the officer, the lady and the priest
  • Photo
  • Les caramels fous presentent "il etait une fois tatahouine"
  • Des aveux: chronique d'une enfance homo
  • IB news
  • Je mediterranee: le premier magazine gay friendly de la region PACA
  • Je med: le premier magazine gay & friendly de la mediterranee
  • Consentment: un truc .. de pe de?.
Other title(s)
LGBTQIA periodicals and ephemera by language
OCLC
1365396404
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