Heslington, York YO10 5DD, UK

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A few words from the founders



Click here to hear our speakers and organisers's thoughts on the conference


Catherine Hall

Emerita Professor of Modern British Social and Cultural History at University College London

Clare Burgess

Co-organiser and undergraduate student of early modern French women's history at the University of York

Olivia Wyatt

Co-organiser and undergraduate student of Caribbean slavery and 20th century Black British women's history at the University of York

Jonathan Saha

Associate Professor of Southeast Asian History at the University of Leeds

Sue Lemos

Masters and PhD ESRC-funded candidate specialising in the Black LGBTQ+ movement at the University of Warwick

Esme Cleall

Lecturer in the History of the British Empire at the University of Sheffield

Benno Gammerl

Lecturer in Queer History at Goldsmiths University


Opening Remarks


Clare Burgess and Olivia Wyatt will open the conference.

Keynote Speaker


Catherine Hall will present her own work and thoughts on the conference.

Networking Hours

13:15-14:10 and 18:00+

There will be a 15-minute break between each panel and an hour break for lunch, during which a poster session will be held. There will also be a reception following the closing remarks at 18:00.


Contact and Submissions

Please email all submissions to the email address below. If you have any queries, use this form to reach out to us! Alternatively, you can tweet to us with: #UGhistconf


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