LGBT+ History Month

Along with our annual LGBT+ lecture, we're marking the month with a range of talks and other events.

2022 LGBT+ History Month Lecture

2022 University of Oxford LGBT+ History Month Lecture

23 February, 6pm, online

Stephen Whittle, Professor of Equalities Law, Manchester Metropolitan University: 50 years of trans activism: a history of change for trans human rights in the UK 


Future Sex: The End of Gay – Peter Tatchell

16 February 56.15pm, Harris Lecture Theatre, Oriel College

Thoughts on separating artist from the art; the scientist from the science  Dr Clara Barker

17 February, 23pm, online

Exhibitions, collections and other events

Choral Evensong for LGBT+ History Month – 9 February 5.45pm, Harris Manchester College Chapel

Gender, Sexuality, Power – 17 February, 68pm, Pitt Rivers Museum

LGBTQ+ Trail of the University of Oxford’s museum collections

Ashmolean Museum's LGBTQ+ connections and Pride stories represented in their collections 

Michael Dillon: A Biographical Exhibition – online exhibition, St Anne's College website

Beyond the Binary exhibition  Pitt Rivers Museum

Catch up ...

Staff may also be interested in catching up on previous events. Discover the Oxford LGBT History Month Lectures, or tune into the Michael Dillon LGBT+ Lecture Series  Rights in a time of pandemicMaggi Hambling CBE.

For more information, including access to support and resources, please visit this dedicated page.

Please contact with details of any other LGBT+ events to add to this page.