Keynote Lecture on Lesbian History by Diana Souhami

diana souhami booksOn Sunday 12th February as part of our day of talks on LGBTQ+ history at Exeter
we will have a keynote lecture on lesbian history by award-winning author Diana Souhami, entitled “Gluck, Radclyffe Hall, Violet Trefusis and other Notable Lesbians”.

Diana Souhami has published thirteen books and numerous essays, articles and reviews. Her work on LGBTQ+ history includes Natalie and Romaine (2004), The Trials of Radclyffe Hall(1998), Mrs Keppel and her Daughter (1996), Greta and Cecil(1994), Gertrude and Alice (1992/2009), Gluck (1988).

In her keynote lecture, Diana Souhami will draw on her work to discuss the lives of lesbian women like Gluck, Radclyffe Hall, Violet Trefusis and reflect on their contributions to early twentieth-century art, literature and culture.

For more on Diana Souhami’s work, please visit her website.

We are asking people to book for the (FREE) keynote talk – please book here. 

This keynote lecture will conclude our day of talks and presentations on LGBTQ+ history. All other talks on Sunday 12th are not ticketed, please just drop in. For more information, please check the full programme.

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