Pride Month 2023
Throughout June, the Faculty of Arts and Humanities is celebrating Pride Month. This annual celebration is an opportunity to reflect and celebrate the LGBT+ community, as we continue to strive for equality and inclusivity through our research and events.
My experience as an asexual student in Sheffield
Zac, a second year History student, speaks about his experiences being an asexual student in Sheffield. Zac discusses his course, queerness in Sheffield and his advice to other students.
The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo
School of English student, Valentia describes the book as being full of glitz, glamour, bisexuality and happy queer endings and delves into how the book discusses sexuality. This book originally became a trend on TikTok and has become a cult book to read.
Bee-stung lips: Blazoning the male body in sixteenth-century print
Professor Cathy Shrank delves into the work of Elizabethan poet Richard Barnfield, who she believes deserves a wider audience.
Explore world-leading research, articles and blogs from Faculty of Arts and Humanities staff and students, supporting the LGBT+ community and striving for equality.
Our University community
The University of Sheffield is passionate about creating an inclusive University for lesbian, gay, bi and trans staff and students.
Read what the University is doing to improve and support LGBT+ inclusion.
Our LGBT+ Staff Network
The LGBT+ Staff Network provides a space for LGBT+ staff and PhD students to come together to socialise, share information, and support one another.
About the network (requires staff login)
LGBT+ student support
There are various committees and services throughout the University which offer advice and support.
Access student support (requires student login)