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The witch, the molly and Shakespeare

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Join us to explore early modern concepts of queerness, chaired by Jonah Coman.

Speakers will be discussing witch trials and the connection of witchcraft and queerness, accusations of sodomy as political tools, the start of organised gay male communities, and gender-crossing in theatre after the 1500s.

Joining instructions will be sent via a scheduler no later than 2 hours before the event. Please ensure you manually block out the time in your calendar in advance.

This session is for Civil Servants only.

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If you use a personal email and we can not verify you are a civil servant, you will not be sent joining instructions to the event. If your work device does not support the systems we are using, we suggest forwarding the details to your personal device or using the dial in options.

Civil Service LGBT+ Network’s Statement of Impartiality

We would like to make Civil Servants aware who choose to attend our LGBT+ History month events, that the speakers are external. Therefore, please be mindful that these will include discussions of the speaker’s own experiences, ideas and opinions.

We also want to make it clear that the views discussed in these events are those of the guest speakers. Therefore, they are not the views of the Civil Service nor the Government. Likewise, these are not the views of the Civil Service LGBT+ Network.

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