Every year the University celebrates LGBT History Month in February with a lecture. Here are just a few of the lectures we have held over the past 10 years:
- Professor Andrew Hodges: Alan Turing: The One Who Became a Zero
- Val Mcdermid: A Queer-Like Smell
- Ruth Hunt: LGBT equality in the 21st Century
- Professor Richard Parkinson, "A Great Unrecorded History": LGBTQ Heritage in World Cultures
- CN Lester: The shock of the new: cultural amnesia, trans erasure, and what we can do about it
- Asad Dhunna: What does it mean to be LGBT+ today?
- Jayne Ozanne: Faith & Sexuality – A Safeguarding Crisis?
- Louise Wallwein MBE: Being a working class queer in theatre
- LGBT+ History Month with Corinne Humphreys & Michael Gunning