OUTing the Past 2019 Conference Speakers: Paula Devine & Gemma Carney

Paula Devine and Gemma Carney will present at this year’s OUTing the Past Conference as members of the “Solidarity, Public Attitudes, and the Media” panel. They are both members of the ARK (www.ark.ac.uk) team, and are based in the School of Social Sciences, Education and Social Work at Queen’s University Belfast.  Paula is coordinator of the Northern Ireland Life and Times …

OUTing The Past 2019 Festival Programme: Cork

Launch Event Date: Friday, March 1st Time: 6:30pm – 8.30pm Venue: Gay Project, 4 South Terrance, T12 DP46 Welcome: Colette Finn, Chair of the Gay Project. Launch: Cllr John Buttimer & Senator David Norris Performance: Leeside Lezzies: LINC Drama Group, directed by Sonya Mathews & written by Orla Egan Social: Wine Reception followed by a social in Fionnbarra’s Popular LGBT+ ...

OUTing The Past 2019 Festival Programme: NYC Irish Centre

Outing the Past @ the NYC Irish Center: A celebration of Irish LGBT History Saturday, February 16, 2019; 1pm to 6pm Cost of Entry: Free Featuring… Dr. Brian Lacey – on the history of homosexuality in precolonial Celtic Ireland Marie Mulholland – on lesbians’ role in the Easter Rising, focusing on lifelong couple and comrades-in-arms, Dr. Kathleen Lynn and Madelyn ffrench-Mullen …

OUTing The Past 2019 Festival Programme: Liverpool

Come and join us this LGBT History Month at The Museum of Liverpool, 23 February, for our OUTing the Past Festival of LGBT History. This year we are one of 18 venues in the UK and Ireland, Norway, Sweden and New York! Speakers will be coming from around the UK , including some home-grown talent. It will be a bumper …

OUTing The Past 2019 Festival Programme: Dublin

OUTing The Past 2019 will be celebrated at the National Gallery of Ireland in Dublin on 23. March 2019. Please find below a detailed programme of the first OTP celebrations in Dublin!                          __________________  National Gallery of Ireland 23rd March 2019     11.00-11.05 ————- Welcome by Sinead Rice, …

OUTing The Past 2019 Festival Programme: Södertälje, Sweden

March 9, 2019, Södertälje konsthall, Södertälje    Södertälje konsthall in collaboration with TUPILAK is very happy to host OUTing the Past: The International Festival of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Trans History 2019, as a hub part of the coming celebrations! Södertälje konsthall is a municipality run art gallery in the Swedish city of Södertälje, a industrial city with 70.000 inhabitants …

OUTing The Past 2019 Festival Programme: Royal Museums Greenwich-National Maritime Museum

As part of LGBT History Month the National Maritime Museum will be hosting OUTing the Past – an evening of free talks by gifted speakers from around the UK and Ireland.  Our chosen theme for this year’s festival will explore the experiences and perspectives of queer youth at different points in history. This evening is guaranteed to ignite community spirit …

OUTing The Past 2019 Festival Programme: London School of Economics

LSE OUTing the Past Hub Day Programme Friday 1 February  LSE Library is delighted to be a hub with speakers offering a wealth of perspectives on early activists and to speak to aspects of our Hall-Carpenter Archive.  1950s Pioneers 1-2pm, LSE Library Education Room, LSE Library, Lionel Robbins Building, Portugal Street Discover ground breaking gay and transgender rights activists of …

OUTing The Past 2019 Festival Programme: Taunton

Somerset Libraries are very excited to be hosting their first Outing the Past Festival in Taunton Library in February 2019. Our festival programme therefore covers a wide variety of topics and historical periods and hopes to provide ‘something for everyone’. Attendees can expect to journey from Spartan Greece, where we will explore whether the Spartan army was as macho as …

OUTing The Past 2019 Festival Programme: Bergen, Norway

Bergen public library Strømgaten 6 5015 Bergen Norway 1) Respecting Diversity The story of a girl who was forced to live her life as a male, but after a long struggle, at the age of 67, achieved full official and legal gender recognition. At the age of four I told my parents “that I am a girl”, nobody took me ...