History Month Progamme

LGBT History Month is almost here! To celebrate, CCCq have organised a programme of events. The programme poster is below in full, and the key events will also have individual posters that you can download and use to advertise. But here in plain text:

01/02 13-14 Flag raising at Augustine House, followed by ‘Faster, Higher, Stronger: LGBT at the Olympic Games’ talk by Dikaia Chatziefstathiou & James Brighton in AH3.22 Augustine House Canterbury Campus. Download poster here: olympics

08/02 13-14 Flag raising at Old Sessions House, followed by Transgender Health seminar by Marissa Dainton in Jg07 Johnson Building Canterbury Campus. Download poster here: trans-health

15/02 13-13.45 ‘Katie’ film screening & discussion by John Gilmore in RWg19 Rowan Williams Court Medway Campus. Download poster here: katie

15/02 18-19.30 Public lecture ‘The Life & Legacy of Audre Lorde’ by Dr Stella Bolaki in Lg26 Laud Building Canterbury Campus. Organised in collaboration with CCCU BME and Women’s staff networks, and in partnership with University of Kent LGBT Writers week. Download poster here: audre-lorde

22/02 13.15-14 ‘UK LGBT History’ talk by Sue Sanders Professor Emeritus Harvey Milk Institute in Cg47 Carey Building Broadstairs Campus. Download poster here: sue-sanders

27/02 18-19.30 ‘Swoon’ film screening & discussion by Andrew Butler in Ns01 Newton Building Canterbury Campus. Download poster here: swoon

All February the University Bookshop will also host a display on LGBT+ writers

All events are open to staff, students and public. Looking forward to celebrating with you!

hm-programme

 

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Posted on 26 January, 2017, in Events and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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