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Rated 4.15/5 based on 964 customer reviews ==== Researching the Rainbow Conference 2018 – Registration now open!Registration is now open for the Researching the Rainbow Conference from 15.00 – 19.00 on Thursday 15 February 2018 in Grimond Lecture Theatre 1 on the Canterbury campus.Situated in the inspirational and private grounds of Canterbury Cathedral, a UNESCO designated World Heritage site.Canterbury Cathedral Lodge offers stylish accommodation and superb amenities in an unparalleled setting.Events were open to all (regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity or expression), including staff, students, alumni and the public.Rainbow pin badges were available for a donation to Stonewall throughout the month at events and various outlets across the campus, and colourful cupcakes were on offer at the Gulbenkian Café on the Canterbury campus.

Other Canterbury Christ Church University Events for LGBT History Month can be seen by following this link: ==== See new page regarding informal Network Lunches on 26 January in Medway and 1 February in Canterbury!Research posters from students and academics from across the University are also welcomed for display.If you would like to do a talk (30 minutes) or display a poster, please email [email protected] by Monday 15 January. Regards, Kasia Senyszyn LGBT Staff Network =============== A mini conference was held on Wednesday 22 February 2017 to showcase the vast array of research being undertaken at Kent on or related to LGBT people and issues.The conference will be opened by University of Kent Vice-Chancellor and President, Professor Karen Cox, who also acts at the Executive Group’s LGBT Champion.Topics include literary and cinematic representations of homosexuality, transsexuality in mental health care and the legal system, and the decolonization of sexuality, from students and academics from a range of schools and disciplines, as well as external partners.

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