The Centre has its own dedicated Library Resource Centre consisting of books, journals, magazines, DVDs, and other materials that are useful to the study of gender and sexuality.
In addition to on-campus resource centre, the CSGS also aims to build a cutting-edge online archive consisting of reading and research materials, articles and news items, activist material and a directory of organisations working on issues of gender and sexuality, specifically in South Asian context.
On Campus Events
CSGS hosts a cross-disciplinary Speakers’ Series, titled ISHQ: Issues in Society, History, and Queerness, featuring eminent scholars and activists, once every month, engaging ideas about gender and sexuality across disciplines.
The Centre organises workshops for students and staff aimed at sensitisation, critical conversation and prevention of sexual harassment.
The Centre also hosts film screenings, reading circles, and open forum debates.
The Centre for Studies in Gender and Sexuality aims to initiate a wave of change in the world around us across the wider spectrum of gender and sexuality. With its emphasis on research combined with activism, CSGS hopes to revolutionise the narrative of gender and sexuality in India.