The Queer Times conference is a two-day celebration of research linked to the lgbtQ+@cam initiative which began in 2018. The conference, featuring the work of more than a dozen Cambridge academics and affiliated researchers will offer an occasion to think not only about the content of our work – our concepts, analytics, semantics and critiques – but also our style of practice. What difference does an lgbtq+ perspective make to the work we do – in our classrooms and our departments, in our disciplines and our faculties, and in our own work as individual writers, artists and creative thinkers? The conference will include an opening panel and keynote on day 1 and three panels followed by a performance and a book launch on day 2. Lunch, tea and coffee are provided. The venue is fully wheelchair accessible and reduced price or free tickets are available. Parts of this event will be filmed.
This conference is open to everyone, University or not, Cambridge or not.
£10 Students (undergraduate or post-graduate)
A number of free places are available for people who are unwaged or on low incomes. To apply for a free place please email firstname.lastname@example.org