Introducing OTP19 Festival Hub Partner: London School of Economics

____________________________ LSE Library was conceived as a laboratory for the social sciences in 1896. The Library would provide a place where people interested in the study and understanding of society could come together and find the materials for their work. The dynamic pursuit of this vision has built one of the most outstanding social science libraries in the world. We …

OUTing the Past 2018: LSE Review

The second London hub for OUTing the Past was the campus library of the London School of Economics. Tucked away in the historic area of Lincoln’s Inn, the combination of old and modern architecture epitomised the past and present of LGBT history. Jane Trais gave the first lunchtime lecture, discussing Arena 3 – the first lesbian newsletter in the UK. …

OUTing the Past Shout-OUT: London School of Economics

The London School of Economics kicks off this week’s OUTing the Past celebrations, with a full day of programming, including historical presentations and family events. The event results from months of work by a dedicated, passionate team, and of course none of this would be possible without the efforts of all those gazetted presenters, some of whom traveling across the country, to …

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OUTing the Past 2018 Festival Programme: London School of Economics

In preparation for the National Festival, the OUTing the Past 2018 Festival Partners have set their official programmes, now ready to be shared with the public! Without further ado: the London School of Economics. Thursday 1 February (1pm) Hilary McCollum, ‘Sapphic Suffragettes: The key role of lesbians in the fight for Votes for Women’ One hundred years on from the first granting …

Introducing the OUTing the Past Festival Hub Partner: London School of Economics

To better acquaint the public with the organisations participating in OUTing the Past 2018, Festival Hub partners have been generously offering insight to their backgrounds and histories. In light of their upcoming OUTing the Past 2018 celebration, London School of Economics would like to share:   LSE Library’s extensive LGBT collection is called the Hall-Carpenter Archives in honour of Radclyffe …