LGBT+ History Month

LGBT+ History Month events

 

Time

Event

Venue

Organiser

Monday 3 February

11.30am

Flag Raising Ceremony

Outside Queens’ Building

EDI Team and QMOut

Tuesday 4 February

12-2pm

Overcoming the pain of growing up queer in a heteronormative world

G.O. Jones Building, LG7

School of Biological and Chemical Sciences

6.15-7.15pm

Queer Literary Genealogies: Affect, Authority, Inheritance (Research Seminar Series in Iberian and Latin American Studies)

Arts One, Room G.03

School of Languages, Linguistics and Film

Wednesday 5 February

11am-2pm

LGBT History Month Fair

Mile End Library Foyer

Student Life

3-6pm

The Two Lives of Li Ermao (2019) film screening with Q&A by QMUL producer Dr Yu

Hitchcock Cinema, Arts One

School of Languages, Linguistics and Film

Thursday 6 February

2-3pm

‘Alice is a Boy’ Seminar

Bancroft Building, 1.08

School of Languages, Linguistics and Film

Monday 10 February

12-1pm

Talk and Q&A on ‘Islington’s Pride: Queer History and Community Heritage’

Graduate Centre, 222

School of History

6-9pm

The Imitation Game (2014) film screening

Maths Lecture Theatre, MB-G01

School of Mathematical Sciences

Wednesday 12 February

3-5pm

The Leading Man play reading

Arts One, G18

School of Languages, Linguistics and Film

4-6pm

Looking for an LGBT+ friendly employer (login with Queen Mary details to view events)

People’s Palace, PP1 

Careers Service

Monday 17 February

6.30-8pm

Lecture and Q&A on policies and laws shaping transgender and same-sex parenting

Arts One Lecture Theatre

School of Politics and International Relations

Wednesday 19 February

6-8pm

LGBTQ+ Activism: the politics of liberation, panel discussion

Graduate Centre, Peston Lecture Theatre

QMOut and School of Languages, Linguistics and Film

Thursday 20 February

12.30-1.30pm

LGBTQ+ Staff Yoga Taster

QMotion

QMotion and QMOut

Tuesday 25 February

5.30-6.16pm

LGBTQ+ Staff Spin Taster

QMotion

 

QMotion and QMOut

 

Wednesday 26 February

7-8pm

Drinks Before the Revolution: Tilda Death’s Cocktails Tutorial

 

Arts Two, Room 3.16

School of Politics and International Relations

Thursday 27 February

4-5pm

Lecture: Greek love and a ménage à trois: staging non-heteronormative sexuality in Wilhelmine Germany

Bancroft Building, 3.22

School of Languages, Linguistics and Film

5.30-7pm

LGBTQ+ Staff Network Social

Arts Two Foyer

QMOut

The Students’ Union are also holding a number of events. More information can be found here.

If you have any events that you would like added to this programme, please contact Tom Crookston.