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Writing LGBTQ histories from the medieval to the modern took place in the UCD School of History Seminar Room in March 2023. The event is now available as a podcast on History Hub.

Michael Laffan

Emeritus Professor

Writing LGBTQ histories from the medieval to the modern

On 8 March 2023, UCD School of History hosted ‘Writing LGBTQ histories from the medieval to the modern’. This event featured UCD historians Dr Elva Johnston, Dr Mary McAuliffe and Dr Fionnuala Walsh (Chair).

The seminar is now available to podcast on our series on Apple, Spotify and Soundcloud.

Writing LGBT histories

How to listen

The podcast of the papers by Elva Johnston and Mary McAuliffe is available on Apple, Spotify, Soundcloud and via RSS Feed.

Image: Margaret Skinnider, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons

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