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LGBT+ Classics: Teaching, Research, Activism – KEYNOTE TALK
LGBT+ Classics: Teaching, Research, Activism
Monday, 12th February 2018
University of ReadingRegister for the Keynote Address here >NOTE: For full associated workshop programme, visit the WORKSHOP event listing here >
17.15 – Keynote address by Jennifer Ingleheart (Durham):Queer Classics: Sexuality, Scholarship, and the Personal
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The event LGBT+ Classics is generously supported by the Department of Classics, University of Reading and by the Collaborative Research Centre 1136 Education and Religion at the University of Goettingen.