Peter Middleton: science and literature; modern and contemporary poetry; poetry performance; ecology and climate change; critical theory; gender studies; philosophy and literature
Jenn Shaller: English Literature and Creative Writing; Representations of LGBT identity; Queer Theory; Gender; Trans Studies & Activism; Politics & Performance; Queer time/space; representations of neurodivergence
Eve Colpus: Gay culture in Britain since 1970; popular culture and homosexuality
Peter Clarke: Sexuality in medieval England; the Papacy and heresy
Mark Cornwall: 19th and 20th century Europe, especially East Central Europe; masculinity and youth movements; decriminalization; gay space
Julie Gammon: 18th and 19th century history of sexuality, especially England; legal aspects; children; lesbian culture
Sarah Pearce: Sexuality in the ancient world; the Bible; Ptolemaic Egypt; Jewish Perspectives
Francois Soyer: Gender and sexuality in the early modern Iberian world (Spain, Portugal and their respective empires)
Joan Tumblety: 20th century French history; sexuality and the male body; health culture
Jonathan Conlin: 18th century French diplomat and transperson the Chevalier d’Eon after whom the Beaumont Society is named
Fiona Woollard: normative ethics; applied ethics; philosophy of sex.
Claire Bennett: refugee asylum issues, sexuality, violence against women, qualitative research
Derek McGhee: LGBT asylum seekers; the policing of the LGBT community; the UK’s former Lesbian and gay armed forces exclusion policy; queer temporalities and mobilities, in particular with regards to exploring LGBT Perspective on migration, especially LGBT migration to the UK from recent accession countries.