Category: Digital Resources

MS 4/29 Captain Magan and Creamonea

Bunting Manuscript 29

Many people have heard of Edward Bunting and his unique manuscript collection held in Special Collections at Queen’s University. What

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Newly digitised: Cara-Friend Annual Reports 1971-2005

We are delighted to make Cara-Friend annual reports, 1971-2005 available on QUB Digital Special Collections & Archives. Cara-Friend was established

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Newly digitised: MS 4/5 Edward Bunting’s Irish Airs

We have added another Bunting manuscript to our online collection. MS 4/5 is a 80 pp. volume of Irish airs

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Clavicula Salomonis- The Key of Solomon (MS 27/10/20)

We’re delighted to have recently digitised and uploaded the library’s copy of the Clavicula Salomonis to our Digital Special Collections

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Image of MS 4/6/8 Caitlín Aramas. Máire Brún

Newly Digitised: MS 4/6 Manuscript Airs and Songs

We are delighted to share the newest addition to Digital Special Collections & Archives: MS 4/6 Manuscript Book of Airs

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Portrait of Ethel Smyth

Ethel Smyth: words and music

Image 1: Ethel Smyth in 1922. Image courtesy of the George Grantham Bain collection at the Library of Congress via

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Ulaḋ’s new dawn

Our latest blog entry comes courtesy of Charles Lang, PhD researcher at the Seamus Heaney centre at Queen’s and student

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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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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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Black History Month 2020 : Black History online : Irish historical newspapers

Online historical archives present challenges as well as opportunities for the researcher. On the one hand, what is there not

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