The diversity of the LGBTQ+ community is often obscured by a focus on white, gay, cis men. In this event — held as part of LGBT History Month 2018 — academics from the University of Nottingham share and discuss aspects of their favourite works in order to explore some of the less well-known dimensions of queer lives across the world. In doing so, they will ask what it means, in different contexts, to be ‘queer’.
Please join us for an evening of rich discussion and diverse voices.
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This event is part of LGBT History Month 2018.
11 March 2021