Books to read for the celebration of LGBTQ+ History Month
Film Studies student, Vivien Kasa shares the books she will be reading to celebrate LGBTQ+ History Month.
Why asexual representation matters
History student, Matt Kelly explores asexual representation in the media and why it needs to improve.
Normalising Queer Representation in Archaeology
PhD Student Charlotte Bell, explores queer representation in Archaeology.
Villains, Disney and queer cinema
Film Studies student, Harriet Bell, talks about her experience growing up with queer representation in mainstream media and how things are changing.
Alumni experience: LGBT+ student life in the 1970s
French and English alumnus, Peter Rimmer talks about his experiences as a student at Liverpool in the 1970s.
Out and proud
History student, Timothy, explores the history and legacy of the Gay Liberation Front.
Five ways to explore LGBT+ history from home
Deputy-President of the Guild, Imogen De Castro Gray, has curated her top five things to watch and read, for you to explore LGBT+ history.
Sexuality in the Past: Niankhkhnum and Khnumhotep
Egyptology student, Tamar, discusses sexuality in the past, looking at how examining ancient history can help to create a more inclusive present.
Chasing Rainbows: The Search for Gay Material Culture
Dr Alan Greaves explores the role Archaeology can play in our understanding of LGBT+ History.
Sex and 'sexuality' in South Asian history
PhD student, Emily Kearon-Warrilow, looks at how British colonisation of South Asian countries created an upheaval of existing socio-cultural norms.