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Queer Beyond London: Culture, Place and Home in Four English Cities since the 1960s
This event has been cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances. Another event ‘Devilish and Debonair’ has been organised in its place.
For details about ‘Devilish and Debonair’ click here.
Presented by Professor Alison Oram.
Research exploring LGBTQ life and community in four cities (Manchester, Brighton, Plymouth and Leeds) since 1965 found very different urban queer cultures. Discussing bedsits in Brighton, communal households in Leeds and gay gentrification in Manchester, this talk will show how the distinct character of LGBTQ politics in each city has shaped its queer domestic lives. More information
6 February 2019
6 February 2019
Patient Reported Outcome Measures (PROMs) Annual UK Research Conference - Advances in Patient Reported Outcomes: Integration and Innovation - ABSTRACTS SUBMISSION OPEN21 February 2019, 10.00-16.30 Rose Bowl
The PROMS conference welcomes oral and poster abstracts from clinicians, researchers, patient partners, industry, SMEs and others working in the field.
Behind the Scenes at the Museum - Who should write the labels?23 February 2019, 12:00 - 15:30 Abbey House Museum, Abbey Walk, Kirkstall, Leeds.
An event hosted by the University and Museums network featuring Professor Ruth Robbins from the School of Cultural Studies & Humanities.
PsyCen Seminar- Speech & Language Programme: ‘Dyslexia and Developmental Language Disorder – Continuities and Co-morbidities’25 February 2019, 16:00-17:00 213 Calverley
Speaker: Professor Maggie Snowling, University of Oxford