LGBT History Month 2018

  • Rewley House
  • Rothermere American Institute
  • University College
  • New college
  • Maths Building
  • Exeter and Jesus college fly the rainbow flag 2016
  • Exeter and Jesus college fly the rainbow flag 2016
  • Rainbow flag flying over Exeter College 2016
  • History Common room fly the rainbow flag 2016
  • History Faculty fly the rainbow flag 2016
  • Jesus college fly the rainbow flag 2016
  • Somerville fly the rainbow flag 2016  
  • Brasenose college       
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  • Music Faculty
  • Radcliffe Humanities Building   

LGBT History Month Lecture with Asad Dhunna

The 2018 annual Lecture, organised by the LGBT+ Staff Network, was delivered by Asad Dhunna, a London based marketing and communications director. Asad has written for various publications including the Guardian
and the Huffington Post. Asad’s blog explores his faith and sexuality, and he also started the podcast Muslim Pride.
If you missed the lecture you can watch it here: podcasts.ox.ac.uk/what-does-it-mean-be-lgbt-today

Luke Jackson-Ross

I am the Admissions Coordinator for St Hugh’s College, and one of the Link Officers for the LGBT+ Advisory Group. It’s so important to have visible role models not just for current staff and students, but also for those colleagues and students who have yet to join us. Ours is, first and foremost, an academic community, and I believe this plays a significant part in our ability to accept and support each other. I wear my rainbow lanyard with pride, and hope to encourage applications from all who would benefit from studying and working here.