qUCL builds on existing research being carried out by staff across UCL, while also providing a focal point for future initiatives and collaborative cross-disciplinary research.
The network is also keen to support doctoral research and MPhil/PhD students play a vital role within qUCL.
Listed here are examples of recent research on sexual and gender diversity by staff across UCL. This list is not exhaustive.
- Bell, JW (2020) Making Sexual Citizens: LGBT politics and the state in the 1970s. In: Bell, JW, (ed.) Beyond the politics of the closet: Gay rights and the American state since the 1970s. University of Pennsylvania Press: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. (2020)
- Campkin, B and Marshall, L (2018) London’s nocturnal queer geographies. Soundings , Autumn (70) pp. 82-96. (2018)
- Gray, J and Baynham, M (2020) Narratives of queer migration. In: Hall, K and Barrett, R, (eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Language and Sexuality. Oxford University Press: Oxford, UK. (2020)
- Horbury, E and Yao, C (2020) Empire and Eugenics: Trans Studies in the UK. Transgender Studies Quarterly (2020) (In press).
- Jennings, R (2018) Creating Feminist Culture: Australian Rural Lesbian-Separatist Communities in the 1970s and 1980s. Journal of Women's History , 30 (2) pp. 88-111. (2018)
- Kneale, D; Thomas, J; French, R; (2020) Inequalities in health and care among Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual people aged 50 and over in the United Kingdom: A systematic review and meta-analysis of sources of individual participant data. The Journals of Gerontology: Series B 10.1093/geronb/gbaa071. (In press).
- Mole, RCM (2019) Constructing Soviet and Post-Soviet Sexualities. In: Mole, RCM, (ed.) Soviet and Post-Soviet Sexualities. (pp. 1-15). Routledge: London, UK. (2019)
qUCL works closely with the Gender & Sexuality Studies programme at UCL to support doctoral research in the humanities and social sciences. Staff affiliated to qUCL supervise and co-supervise a range of MPhil/PhD projects, from LGBTQ representations on television to contemporary trans identities, and from concepts of gay community in Soho to queer life writing. Supervisors often combine expertise by offering interdisciplinary supervision across more than one Department or field of study.
Current doctoral projects
We invite research students to get actively involved in qUCL by contributing to and organising events and other research activities.