Justin Bengry

Director of the Centre for Queer History at University of London & Managing Editor of the NOTCHES History of Sexuality Blog

How to hire Justin Bengry

Contact the Champions Speakers agency to provisionally enquire about Justin Bengry for your event today. Simply call a booking agent on 0207 1010 553 or email us at [email protected] for more information.

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Justin is known to speak on the following topics:

  • Gender & Sexuality 
  • Social & Cultural History
  • Capitalism & Consumer Culture 
  • Media & Travel

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  • 2017 - Lecturer in Queer History at University of London, Convenor of MA in Queer History 
  • 2016 - Postdoctoral Research Fellow at Birbeck, University of London 
  • 2016 - Finalist of the English Heritage Angel Award for Best Research Project 
  • 2015 - Lead Project Researcher of Pride of Place for Historic England
  • 2014 - Managing Editor of 'Notches'
  • 2013 - Associate of the Raphael Samuel History Centre 
  • 2012 - Honorary Research Fellow in the Department of History, Classics & Archaeology at Birbeck, University of London 
  • 2012 - Social Sciences & Humanities Research Council of Canada Postdoctoral Fellowship
  • 2012 - Postdoctoral Fellow in History at McGill University 
  • 2011 - Finalist of the Princeton Society of Fellows LGBT Postdoctoral Fellowship
  • 2010 - Postdoctoral Fellow in History at University of Saskatchewan
  • 2009 - Instructor of European Gender History at the University of California 
  • 2005 - Teaching Assistant in History at the University of California 
  • 2001 - Teaching Assistant in Twentieth-Century History