Alienum phaedrum torquatos nec eu, vis detraxit periculis ex, nihil expetendis in mei. Mei an pericula euripidis, hinc partem.

+44 (0) 1223 608 118

History Month Tag

Encompass network / Posts tagged "History Month" (Page 5)

You are invited to the exhibition The Spots That Never Went, new work responding to my artist’s book The Spots That Never Went, a personal reflection on the devastation of AIDS and the lasting impact on a generation.    Exhibition dates are Saturday 15 and Sunday 16 February, 1pm-6pm, at Cambridge Artspace, 5 Green’s Road, Cambridge CB4 3EF. The show is part...

Same-sex desire does not need modern labels and categories in order to exist across time. From goddesses and ancient myths to powerful emperors explore the spectrum of identities that exist across time, place and culture amongst the statues and sculptures of the atmospheric Cast Gallery at the Museum of Classical Archaeology. Volunteer guides share their personal selection...

Join the MuseumBums team for an interactive evening exploring Greek Love and statuesque bottoms at the Museum of Classical Archaeology. Like big butts? Cannot lie? Join the MuseumBums team for an interactive evening exploring Greek Love and statuesque bottoms at the Museum of Classical Archaeology as part of LGBTQ+ History Month. Baby Got Baccanal! 'Greek Love' is a...

How can labels and categories affect how we practice science or imagine the future? From the ancient tracking of the stars and Sci-Fi futures, to women scientists and famous computer pioneers explore the spectrum of identities that exist across time, place and culture at the Whipple History of Science Museum. Our volunteer guides share their personal selection...

‘These histories have not always been visible, but they have always been there.’ From queens, emperors, and divine beings to artists and local collectors explore the spectrum of identities that exist across time, place and culture in Fitzwilliam Museum. Our volunteer guides share their personal selection of fascinating stories about gender and sexual identity through a range...

‘Animals don’t do sexual identity; they just do sex.’ From same-sex sexual behaviour in giraffes and penguins to the scientists working in the field of zoology. How do the labels and categories we give animals affect the way we interact with the natural world? Our volunteer guides share their personal selection of fascinating stories about gender and...

Event arranged by Cambridge University Press LGBT+ Staff Network   Jenny Bailey and Jennifer Liddle made history, of a kind, when in 2007 they became the first trans Mayor and Mayoress in the UK. Jenny will talk about her time as Mayor of Cambridge and the media attention it attracted. Jennifer may or may not interrupt to talk about serving as...

A brunch to mark LGBT History Month - open to all. Access: There is a toilet suitable for disabled visitors in the South Lobby, and disabled parking spaces on King’s Parade near the church. A loop system operates in the nave.  However, there is no lift access to the galleries or the tower....

Cambridge’s ONLY LGBT+ celebration for Valentine’s Day returns after huge success of first Cambridge Queer Valentine’s 2020 starts with a bang for The Kite Trust – the county’s only charity for LGBT+ young people. A new Chief Executive starts in January and will make their first public appearance at the charity’s annual fundraiser @Cambridge Junction on Thursday...

Eliz Wong, a PhD Candidate at LSE, will examine the dramatic changes in public attitudes towards sexual minorities and the development in LGBT+ rights in Hong Kong in the last 20 years, the intersectional effects of culture, legal, political views, global changes and the current debates regarding LGBT movements, the struggle for democracy in Hong...