OutStories Bristol in collaboration with the University of Bristol Institute of Greece, Rome, and the Classical Tradition (IGRCT) present the 10th John Addington Symonds Annual Lecture.
Saturday 7th October 2023, 2pm to 4pm
Jack Shoulder and Mark Small take a closer look at some of the characters in John Addington Symonds‘ works, in their own trademarked cheeky way.
This free lecture, which is open to everyone, will take place in hybrid format: both in-person at the Wills Memorial Building and streamed online via Zoom.
To attend in person:
The talk will be held in Lecture Room 3.33 on the third floor.
After the talk and Q&A, which will last around an hour, you are welcome to join us for tea/coffee in Room 1.5 on the first floor. This is your opportunity to come and chat with members of OutStories Bristol about our activities.
To attend in person please book via this Eventbrite page. Due to room capacity, attendance is limited to 22 people so book early! You do not need to print your ticket.
To join the online webinar:
If you wish to join the online webinar instead, please register here. Prior to the event you will be sent an email with Zoom joining instructions.
The talk is an annual celebration of the life of John Addington Symonds (1840-1893), Bristol-based writer, art historian and pioneer of homosexual rights.
This event is held by OutStories Bristol in collaboration with the University of Bristol Institute of Greece, Rome, and the Classical Tradition (IGRCT). Our thanks to the IGRCT for hosting this event.