Digital resources for you at Templeman Library
To celebrate the ninth LGBTQ+ History Month this February, the Templeman Library has been working with colleagues from the Kent Union and Student Support & Wellbeing to create a book club for students who want to feed their literary curiosity and discover new books and resources outside of their academic studies. There is an online reading list of titles for students to engage with.
The theme this year is mind, body, spirit. Check out the list of titles available in the Templeman and Drill Hall Libraries
This year we have updated the list to include a variety of digital resources including podcasts, online events and films and documentaries for you to engage with, a few of our favourites below:
- OUTing the past – the International Festivals of Lesbian Gay Bisexual & Trans History is an international celebration that comprises of events throughout the year and around the world, and a conference and gathering for academics and activists once a year in February.
- Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans + History Month – promoting the visibility of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (“LGBT+”) people, their history, lives and their experiences in the curriculum and culture of educational and other institutions, and the wider community.
- NB: My non-binary life – a podcast that explores how it feels to be non-binary. Join Caitlin Benedict & Amrou Al-Kadhi as they ask the big questions about gender & identity.
- Paul Mendez talking about his novel Rainbow Milk.
- Walkthrough of Kehinde Wiley: A new republic exhibition:
If you want to join the conversation online, use #UniKentBookClub
If you have any favourite resources that you would like to recommend, please respond below with your suggestions.