SKU members worked with artist Jason Barker and community group Gendered Intelligence as part of a creative project that led to a podcast and website on trans history.
SKU co-director Prof Jana Funke is collaborating with artist Natalie McGrath and the Royal Albert Memorial Museum and Art Gallery (RAMM) to engage LGBTQ+ people with the museum collections and reveal LGBTQ+ heritage.
SKU co-director Dr Ina Linge hosts comedian and writer Siân Docksey as Arts & Culture Creative Fellow for the project ‘The Politics of Sexual Nature’.
A new edited volume exploring “Encounters in Literature, Culture and the Arts from the Eighteenth Century to the Present”, edited by Dr Jana Funke and Dr Jen Grove.
Previously unpublished short stories and a novel by British author Radclyffe Hall have been discovered and transcribed by Dr Jana Funke as part of a new publication.
A collection of articles (2015) exploring how the past has been crucial in driving political, legal, and social change, shaping individual identities, and constructing knowledge about sex.
Wellcome Trust-funded project rethinking the history of sexual science and critiquing the assumption that ‘sexology’ existed as a primarily medical field of knowledge.
A new direction for research into the history of sexuality, applying the approaches of the Classical Reception to study the ways that modern ideas about sex have developed.
Find our about this student-led digital showcase of highlights from a collection which records the achievements and contributions of women world-wide in all fields of endeavour.
Cross-disciplinary scholars, practitioners and activists come together to discuss construction and authorisation of different forms of sexual knowledge.
An award-winning and innovative initiative improving young people’s wellbeing and sexual health by using objects from past cultures as a stimulus for discussing sex and relationships.
A project working with young trans and non-binary people from Gendered Intelligence and artist Jason Barker to create a comic informed by the history of sexual science and contemporary society.
A collaboration with Effervescent and Barnardos South West working with groups of young and older people who are at risk to create a museum and art gallery which speaks to their needs.
A series of workshops for young people investigating the history of sexuality in six objects.