Category Archives: LGBT History

A Future Based on the Past: the scholarly and career benefits of studying History at postgraduate level

Why study history at postgraduate level? What do the expert commentators say? Here at Kingston University the History team often point our applicants to a range of sources which explain the huge benefits of postgraduate history, either at taught-course level or … Continue reading

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Cakes, coffee and chat! Surrey Heritage’s first LGBT coffee morning

On Saturday 21 February 2015 we held our first LGBT History Month coffee morning at Surrey History Centre in Woking. The event was hosted and organised by Surrey Heritage and LGBT support charity Outline. We transformed one of our events … Continue reading

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Celebrate LGBT History Month with Surrey History Centre

Celebrate LGBT History Month’s 10th anniversary with Surrey History Centre! LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans*) History Month takes place every year in February and celebrates the lives and achievements of the LGBT community. This year is the 10th anniversary … Continue reading

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