A Great Recorded History: A Queer Cambridge Audio Trail

Join us to celebrate the launch of this exciting new queer Cambridge audio trail. Created by Dr Diarmuid Hester (Leverhulme Early Career Fellow in English) this free, self-guided one-hour audio trail reveals the rich and often radical history of LGBTQ+ Cambridge. Explore the city’s long-forgotten queer spaces and places, guided by the memories of queer people and queer Cambridge writing by the likes of E.M. Forster, Edward Carpenter, and Ali Smith. Produced by David Bramwell and funded by a University Diversity Fund Award. Supported by lgbtQ+@cam and the Faculty of English.

Date: Thursday 24th October 2019
Time: 5pm-6.30pm
Location: Mill Lane Lecture Room 7 https://map.cam.ac.uk/Mill+Lane+Lecture+Rooms#52.201606,0.117313,18
Details: Drinks reception and short talks https://www.lgbtq.sociology.cam.ac.uk/event

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