LGBT History Month

Every year the University celebrates LGBT History Month in February with a lecture. Here are just a few of the lectures we have held over the past 10 years:

Faith & Sexuality – A Safeguarding Crisis?

Jayne Ozanne

The harmful effects of prejudice and discrimination on the LGBTI community have been acknowledged for some time by the medical professions, however few have been able to provide evidence of the role that religion can play in fuelling this.  Ozanne will look to outline clear evidence of the harm that certain teachings have caused the LGBT community and what can be done to address this major safeguarding issue affecting young LGBT Christian teenagers today. 

Jayne Ozanne is a well-known gay evangelical who works to ensure full inclusion of all LGBTI Christians at every level of the Church. She is Director of the Ozanne Foundation, which works with religious organisations around the world to eliminate discrimination based on sexuality or gender in order to embrace and celebrate the equality and diversity of all.

Date: 28 February 2019
Time: 6:30pm
Venue: Mathematical Institute
Booking recommended: 

There are so many events across Oxford celebrating LGBT History Month, we have collected a few here:  

Event  DateLink to booking or more information 

 An Exhibition of rare books from the Danson library and talks by Fraser Riddle & Stefano Evangelista.

Trinity College.

7 Feb Danson Room, Trinity College 5pm.

On the queerness of friendship

St Johns College.

8 Feb

 Performance and queer histories: from Shakespeare to Tchaikovsky and Marc Almond

TORCH panel discussion

22 Feb

Queer Black Performance Colloquium

St John’s College

21 - 23 Feb  or contact:

Beyond the Binary: My Normal takeover night

Pitt Rivers Museum

23 Feb
Visit Oxford Brookes website for a full listing of their events: