Category: Exhibitions

Jewish Heritage in Northern Ireland

Northern Ireland is an increasingly multicultural society today, but as a country so strongly associated with Christian denominational conflict, the

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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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Newly digitised: The Memoirs of Arthur O’Neill (MS 4/14/1)

We are delighted to present the newest addition to Digital Special Collections & Archive: The Memoirs of Arthur O’Neill (MS4/14/1).

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New digital exhibition on Simms medical texts

Special Collections and Archives at Queen’s University Belfast holds a wide array of early medical works and medical history. Many

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Sonorities Festival Belfast

Our new display celebrates the history of Sonorities Festival BelfastĀ the city’s longest running festival of contemporary music. First billed as

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Best case scenario!

As you may have noticed from our Twitter feed (or, indeed if you’ve been working on Floor One of the

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The Art of French Crime Fiction Display

The Art of French Crime Fiction

  Our new display, curated by Dr Dominique Jeannerod (School of Modern Languages), features an exhibition devoted to classic French

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