The Oxford Centre for Gender, Identity and Subjectivity (CGIS) is to host an LGBTQ+History Month event, Trans Histories Today and Tomorrow: Queer Perspectives and Popular Audiences, on Zoom on Wednesday, February 17 from 5pm.
What are the challenges of shaping and presenting trans histories for broad audiences? What do key contributors in trans historical studies see as the future for this field? What will the next important stories be? How will they be found and presented? Who are the new audiences for trans histories? What do trans histories have to teach allies in the LGBTQ+ movement?
Join CGIS and a panel of eminent trans historians for a panel discussion, and Q&A session, to answer these questions and more.
To register, CLICK HERE.