- Andrew Tobias, “Gay Like Me: Out of the Closet at Harvard, 1653-1998,” Harvard Magazine, 1998.
- Douglass Shand-Tucci, The Crimson Letter: Harvard, Homosexuality and the Shaping of American Culture (New York City: St. Martin’s Press, 2003).
- William Wright, Harvard’s Secret Court: the Savage 1920 Purge of Campus Homosexuals (New York: St. Martin’s Press, 2005).
- Oberlin College Alumni Office, Into the Pink: An Oral History of Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Students at Oberlin College from 1937 to 1991 (Oberlin College, Ohio, 1996).
- Gerard Koskovich, “Private Lives, Public Struggles,” Stanford Magazine, June 1993.
- Gerard Koskovich, “Coming to Terms: From Passionate Friendship to Gay Liberation at Stanford (1891-1974),” text of an exhibit at Stanford’s Green Library (July-September 2004).
- “Out on the Farm,” a DVD produced in 2004 by Hunter Hargraves, provides an overview of the history of LGBT student organizing on campus from the late 1960s to 2004.
University of California at Berkeley
- Gay Bears, a project of the UC Berkeley Archives, compiles information related to the campus’ LGBT history.
University of California at Santa Cruz
- Out in the Redwoods, published by the University of California Regents in 2003, is a multigenerational oral history project with interviews conducted by UCSC students. The project website also includes a “Bibliography on Queer Issues in Higher Education.”
- MacKay, Anne, Editor, Wolf Girls at Vassar: Lesbian and Gay Experiences 1930-1990. (St.Martin’s Press, 1993).
- “The Pink and the Blue: Lesbian and Gay Life at Yale and in Connecticut, 1642-2004,” an exhibit curated by Jonathan Ned Katz in 2004, sponsored by the Larry Kramer Initiative for Lesbian and Gay Studies.
- Patrick Dilley, Queer Man on Campus: A History of Non-Heterosexual College Men, 1945-2000 (New York: Routledge Falmer, 2002).
Oberlin History Links
- Oberlin College Archives
Founded in 1966, the Archives “comprise a unique body of materials containing information of administrative, legal, fiscal, and historical value to the institution.”
- Electronic Oberlin Group
“The Electronic Oberlin Group is a voluntary organization that seeks to make available in electronic format a wide range of materials and resources about the town of Oberlin, Ohio, its diverse population, and its remarkable history.”