Author: Kath Stevenson

Celebrating International Women’s Day 2021. Event 2: Guest Blog post by Cathryn McWilliams

Following the launch of our celebration of International Women’s Day 2021 with a guest lecture from Cathryn McWilliams, we are

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Celebrating International Women’s Day 2021. Event One: Guest Lecture by Cathryn McWilliams

Observed since 1911, International Women’s Day (IWD) is: “A global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of

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Sir Bruce Hart: Living it large in Lockdown

Our latest blog post comes courtesy of Lauren Browne, PhD reseacher in the School of History and student assistant at

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Restricted Access to Special Collections Materials: for 3 weeks from Monday 11 November 2019

Due to  the installation of the new fire suppression system at Special Collections & Archives we must modify service operations

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Celebrating Gender History at Queen’s University: An exhibition honouring the career of Professor Mary O’Dowd

“Natalie Zemon Davs described women’s history as being essentially about asking the question ‘and what about the women?’ of all

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Transition Skills and Widening Participation @QUBLibrary

As part of its support and outreach activities the Library at Queen’s has been involved in a number of recent

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LGBT History Month: Gay Rights in Belfast and Beyond by Emma Reisz, Nadine Gilmore and Tom Hulme

Just two years ago, in 2017, the Police Service of Northern Ireland marched in the city’s LGBT Pride Parade for

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The Memory of the Russian Revolution

 An Empire in Transition The week beginning the 6th of November 2017 marks the 100th anniversary of the  beginning of

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New Materials on Irish Victims of Stalinist Terror donated to Special Collections

We are delighted to announce that Dr Barry McLoughlin (University of Vienna) has generously donated further materials relating to our

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Victorian Children’s Illustrators

The late C19 – early C20 period is commonly regarded as “The Golden Age” of children’s illustrated books and our

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