January 22, 2016, by Michael Jennings
Events for LGBT History Month 2016
February is LGBT History Month, and we’re taking the opportunity to celebrate and explore LGBT culture with academic lectures, discussion, film screenings and more.
Almost all events are free, and most are open to the public as well as staff and students. Get these dates in your diary and come along to one (or all!) of them. We’re sure that there will be something for everyone, whatever their interests – but if you think there is anything missing or if there is something you would like to see next year, please contact the People and Culture Team.
We’ll be adding more events to this gallery and will update this blog regularly from 1 February with news, events and comment. Make sure you keep checking back. If you are interested in writing a blog post this month or next year, please get in touch.
Take a look at our events below, and scroll down for links to book.
- Breakfast on Pluto screening and Q&A, 6pm Monday 1 February. To book, email firstname.lastname@example.org
- The B word? Visibility and inclusion of bisexuality, 7pm Wednesday 3 February. Book online.
- LGBT Healthcare and Awareness Day, 10am Friday 5 February. Just turn up
- Upendo, 11am-6pm Saturday 6 February. Book online.
- LGBT Film Festival, 11am-5pm Saturday 6 February. Book online.
- Lesbian pulp fiction: then and now, 6.30pm Wednesday 10 February. Book online.
- Hate crime in Nottingham and beyond, 7pm Thursday 11 February. Book online.
- Polari: the lost and found gay language, 6.30pm Wednesday 17 February. Book online.
- LGBT rights are human rights, 5.30pm Thursday 18 February. Book online.
- Mojisola Adebajo: a retrospective presentation, 7pm Friday 19 February. Book online.
- Discipline and punish: Foucault, BDSM and his philosophy of power, 6.30pm Thursday 25 February. Book online.
- London Spy screening and Q&A, 4pm Sunday 28 February. Book online.