This free on-line resource houses discourse on issues of identity politics and its intersection
with historical understandings of race, gender, and sexual orientation. Although it has not
been updated since 2002, (which may make it an archived web-page) the terminology is
surprisingly relevant to the current discourse on identity formation. Included in each entry is a
substantial bibliography which houses many key texts some of which ought to be canonized
within this subject and the larger queer studies. Editors for the Encyclopedia include scholars
who specialize in a range of philosophical movements including feminism, African and African-
American Philosophy, Latin American and Iberian Philosophy, Ethics, Social and Political
Philosophy among others. Editors are from universities in the United United States, Canada,
China, and throughout Europe providing a varying perspective.