York LGBT History Month 2017: Week Five!

Kit Heyam2017, Events0 Comments

York LGBT History Month 2017 is almost over!

But there are still two events remaining – so this week, enjoy an LGBT History Quiz (featuring Disco Bingo!) and a whole day of varied events exploring LGBTQ and International.

Listings are colour-coded by type: Craft | Discussion | Exhibition | FilmPerformance | Personal histories | Service | Social | Talk

Monday 27 February
LGBT history quiz | Social
20:00-23:00 | The Lounge (Roger Kirk Centre), James College, University of York, YO10 5DD

Test your knowledge of LGBT history with this fun pub quiz, including Disco Bingo! Prizes to be won!

Organised by: York Graduate Students’ Association
Tickets: Free, but suggested donation to York LGBT History Month.
More information: Annis Stead (as799@york.ac.uk)

Accessibility: baby-changing; gender-neutral toilets; wheelchair access

Tuesday 28 February
LGBTQ and International | Discussion
All day | Ask for location

A day of events, workshops, seminars and screenings hosted by the University of York Students’ Union LGBTQ Network and International Students Association’s Global Week.

Organised by: University of York Students’ Union LGBTQ Network and University of York Students’ Union International Student Association
Tickets: lgbtq@yusu.org
More information: Jaz Millar (lgbtq@yusu.org)

Accessibility: ask for details

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Kit Heyam

Kit is the lead coordinator of York LGBT History Month. He is a postgraduate teaching assistant and PhD candidate at the University of Leeds, working on a thesis entitled ‘Literary and historical representations of Edward II and his favourites, c.1305-1700’. Over the period 2014-16 he developed and coordinated York LGBT History Month’s school outreach programme, as well as delivering talks on his academic research. Kit is also a Library Services Assistant at Leeds Beckett University, where he campaigns as part of the Rainbow Rose Forum and has delivered trans awareness training to a number of university departments.

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