For LGBTQI+ history month, the Eleanor Glanville Centre is hosting a series of lunchtime talks by University of Lincoln staff on different aspects of professional, academic and lived experiences of LGBTQI+ issues.
All talks will be followed by an opportunity for questions and discussion. They are open to anyone who is interested in hearing more about LGBTQI+ issues, whether you are LGBTQI+ yourself, an ally, undertake research in this area or are just interested.
- ‘Representing Intersex Variations in the 21st Century’
- ‘Bisexuality in the Novels of Dorothy Dunnett’
- Tuesday 25th February
- Coffee and cake provided
At the end of the talks, there will be an opportunity for staff with an interest in LGBTQI+ issues to network, and discuss whether there are future activities they would like to take forward. For example, this could include whether staff would like to hold future gatherings, contribute to university policies and training, and/or have a space to share information about local events that may be of interest.