Welcome to the Consortium on Race, Gender and Ethnicity's Intersectional Research Database. This searchable database is a rich collection of bibliographical resources on interdisciplinary, intersectional empirical literature. The database contains a variety of scholarship that examines the intersections of race, gender, ethnicity, and other dimensions of inequality.

The Intersectional Research Database is a free, online service to scholars committed to superior quality interdisciplinary work on how intersections of difference construct and shape everyday life.

Since this database is interdisciplinary, it is also fitting that the bibliographical resources and subsequent annotations are provided by a community of interdisciplinary scholars in social sciences, and arts and humanities. The Intersectional Research Database is the result of the dedicated hard work of both graduate students and faculty since its inception in 2005. The Consortium on Race, Gender, and Ethnicity, gratefully acknowledges the exemplary work of these emerging graduate student scholars:

Clare Jen
Keeley McGill
Bianca Laureano
Angel Miles
Nikki Stewart
Laura A. Logie

Manouchka Poinson
Tanesha Leathers
Patrick Grzanka
Anaya McMurray
Vanessa Lopes
Ana Perez

Maren Cummings
Lynette Boswell
Tamyka Morant
Maria Velazquez

Please take some time to explore the database, and visit often, as the amount of material in the database will be continually expanding. We welcome your comments and feedback, as the database continues to grow.

To view all the entries in the Database, please click here.

CRGE is committed to intersectional, interdisciplinary research. Our hope is that this resource becomes conducive to excellent intersectional scholarship.

For more information on intersectionality and the Consortium on Race, Gender and Ethnicity, please visit CRGE's Web site at