Experience a different lecture of history when the story of author Alf Martin Jæger (1895-1967) is revealed. He wrote the first gay novel ever - in 1924. 

Alf Martin Jæger wrote several gay themed novels. He was quite brave for his time and fought strongly to decriminalize male homosexuality, which did not happen until 1972, five years after his death.

Chief librarian Runar Jordåen at the Norwegian National Archive for Queer and LHBT History in Bergen takes us through the works of Alf Martin Jæger but also parts of the queer history of Northern Norway.

The lecture is in Norwegian.

Where: Studenthuset driv, Storgata 6
When: Thursday 10th November at 7 pm