LGBT+ History Month Research Cafe
This event has already taken place.
Research cafes are an opportunity for PhD students and academic researchers to share their work in an informal environment. For LGBT+ History Month, please join the LJMU Together and the University of Liverpool's LGBT+ Staff Network for a research cafe with topics focused on LGBT+ communities/issues or researchers at are LGBT+ themselves.
Each speaker will have between 15-20 minutes, with time for questions afterwards.
Dr. Jennifer Germain Researcher, Public Health Institute and Alice Hillis PhD Candidate from LJMU's Public Health Institute: “Belt and braces approach; added benefit and extra reassurance”: Exploring the Provision of Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis for HIV Prevention Among Men Who Have Sex with Men.
Dr. Alan Greaves, Senior Lecturer, Archaeology, Classics and Egyptology, University of Liverpool
Jon Paul Roberts, PhD Candidate, Creative Writing and Film, Liverpool Screen School, 'You Will Not Die': A Practical exploration of the personal and political in Queer Cinematic Autofiction'.
*This event will be held on Microsoft Teams