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LGBT History month: The Enigma problem

In association with the LGBTQ Staff Network The Enigma problem: Alan Turning Lecture Alan Turning and the British establishment Dr Max Biddulph : Chair of Network & Professor David Brailsford : School of Computer Science. 1-2pm, Wednesday 25th February LT1, Exchange Building, Jubilee Campus

LGBT History month: The continuing need for lesbian and gay literature

In association with the LGBTQ Staff Network and Nottingham County Council. The Continuing need for Lesbian and Gay literature: A Free public lecture for LGBT History month. Prof Gregory Woods: Poet and academic. Introduced by Dr Abigail Ward, School of English, University of Nottingham West Bridgford Library, Bridgford road, Nottingham NG2 6AT

LGBT History month: Read Hear

Nottingham City Libraries, University of Nottingham and I’m Not from London present Read Hear: featuring music and spoken word from Rob Green and other performers 1pm Saturday 21st February Nottingham Central Library, Angel Row, NG1 6HP – FREE Event

LGBT History month: Diversity in Sport event: Access to Sport debate

In association with the LGBTQ Staff network Access to and participation in sport for the trans community – A discussion. Juliet Jacques: Writer and football player/fan Freya Gosnold: Performance artist and roller derby skater 6pm, Wednesday 18th February A11 Highfield House, University Park. For more information email: claire.henson@nottingham.ac.uk

LGBT History month: Weekend

In association with the LGBTQ Staff network Screening of Weekend for staff and students 5:30pm Wednesday 18th February. Screening for LGBT History Month, introduction and Q&A with Dr Hongwei Bao Screening Room, Hallward Library, University Park    

LGBT History month: Gay rights in the US

Department of American and Canadian Studies, Rainbow Heritage and the Centre of Advanced Studies present Gay rights in the US: The promise and perils of patriotism 6:30pm, Tuesday 17th February, A01/02 Highfield House, University Park Talk by Simon Hall, Introduction by David Edgley of Nottinghamshire Rainbow Heritage, public conversation with Tom Bishop, Followed by wine…

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LGBT History month: Bambi

School of History film screening Bambi Introduction and Q&A with Dr Onni Gust and Dr Karen Adler 7pm Monday 16th February Djanogly Theatre, Lakeside Arts University Park Free Screening

LGBT History month: Stop erasing bisexuals – Discussion

In association with the LGBTQ Staff Network Discussion event for LGBT History month Stop Erasing bisexuals – Including the “B” in LGBT Grant Denkinson : Counsellor & Psychotherapist In conversation with Francesca Kitson, Postgraduate researcher in School of American and Canadian Studies. 5:45pm, Friday 13th February Hallward Screening Room, University Park

LGBT History month: Call me Kuchu

UoN LGBTQ and BME Staff Networks present Call me Kuchu film screening Screening followed by talk and Q&A with Nigerian gay rights activist Bisi Alimi 6:30pm Thursday 12th February New Art Exchange, 39-41 Gregory Boulevard, NG7 6BE. To book email claire.henson@nottingham.ac.uk

LGBT History month: Happy Together

School of Cultures, Languages and Area Studies screening Happy Together Screening introduction and Q&A with Dr Hongwei Bao 5:30pm Wednesday 11th February Hallward Screening Room, University Park

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