The Oxford Encyclopedia of LGBT Politics and Policy

The Oxford Encyclopedia of LGBT Politics and Policy

The Oxford Encyclopedia of LGBT Politics and Policy will provide an authoritative overview of the theoretical approaches, methodologies, and substantive topics of social science research on global LGBT politics. On a rolling basis, the articles will be published online in advance of the print encyclopedia, as part of the Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Politics.

Editor in Chief

 Don Haider-Markel, University of Kansas

Editorial Board

 Carlos Ball, Rutgers Law School, Newark

 Gary Mucciaroni, Temple University

 Bruno Perreau, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

 Craig A. Rimmerman, Hobart and William Smith Colleges

 Jami K. Taylor, University of Toledo

Articles

Contact Theory and the Distinct Case of LGBT People and Rights (Brian F. Harrison, Melissa R. Michelson)
Europe's LGBT Movement (Douglas Page)
Europe’s LGBT Movement: France (David Paternotte, Massimo Prearo)
Global Anti-LGBT Politics (Christina Kiel)
Intergovernmental Organizations and LGBT Issues (Christina Kiel, Jamie Campbell)
LGBT Politics and the Legislative Process (Donald P. Haider-Markel, Abigail Vegter)
LGBTQ Migration Politics (Erin Mayo-Adam)
Marriage Equality Policy Diffusion (Helma G. E. de Vries-Jordan)
Public Opinion Toward LGBT People and Rights in Latin America and the Caribbean (Enrique Chaux, Juliana Martínez, Lina Cuellar, Manuela León)
Public Policies Toward LGBT People and Rights in Latin America (José Fernando Serrano-Amaya, Manuel Alejandro Rodríguez Rondón, Natalia Daza-Niño)
Queer as Materialism (Sophie Noyé)
Queer International Relations (Melanie Richter-Montpetit)
Spain's LGBT Movement (Kerman Calvo)
Transgender-Specific Politics and Policy in Europe (Camille Vallier, Djemila Carron)