Interested in learning more about diversity research?
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Search the library catalog to find books, periodicals, and other material from the University of Maryland's libraries.
For a basic search, enter a search term into the box below. You can search by keyword, author, title, and subject heading.
Use the subject headings below to find materials in the UMD Libraries' catalog on that subject.
Note on subject headings: Terminology changes and like all classification systems, the Library of Congress Subject Headings contain some outdated and possibly offensive terms and may not contain the newest terminology, as the documentary shows.
|Feminism, Gender and Sexuality Studies||Disability/Ableism||Class||Diversity Related|
|Keywords: Gender bias, Gender gap, Gender role, Trans*, Genderqueer, Non-binary||Keywords: Ableism, Accessibility, Assistive Devices/Technology, Disabled persons, Invisible disability, Neurodiversity, Neurotypical, Neuroatypical||Keywords: Class conflict, Classism, Income inequality, Socioeconomic status, Social inequality, Social welfare, Economic inequality, Working poor, Poverty reduction, Shared prosperity, Status attainment, Meritocracy|
Butch and femme (Lesbian culture)
Gay liberation movement
Gays > United States > Social conditions
Nonbinary gender identities
Sex discrimination in higher education
Sexual minority youth
Women > United States > Social conditions
Accessible Web sites for people with disabilities
Autism spectrum disorders
Children with disabilities
Chronic diseases > Social aspects.
College students with disabilities.
Communication devices for people with disabilities
Disabilities > Social aspects
Discrimination against people with disabilities > United States
Discrimination against the mentally ill > United States
Mainstreaming in education
Mental illness > Social aspects
Mentally ill > Civil rights
Mentally Ill Persons
People with disabilities
People with mental disabilities
People with mental disabilities > Civil rights > United States
People with visual disabilities
Self-help devices for people with disabilities
Sociology of disability
Blue collar workers
Social capital (Sociology)
Socioeconomic Factors > United States.
White collar workers
Discrimination in higher education
Discrimination in employment
Diversity in the workplace
United States > Ethnic relations
United States > Race relations
Source: Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging Research Guide: Subject Headings (Cornell University Library)
Below you will find selected resources to get you started in finding full text of many types of articles.
For more databases, go to Database Finder.
Databases about particular regions of the world
Check the Special Collections website for more information.
The Digital Repository at the University of Maryland (DRUM) collects, preserves, and provides public access to the scholarly output of the university. Faculty and researchers can upload research products for rapid dissemination, global visibility and impact, and long-term preservation. Diversity-related collections include: