Category: Exhibitions

Conflict Textiles at the McClay Library

Library Services is delighted to host the Conflict Textiles exhibition in the McClay Library. The exhibition was launched on the 24th of March

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International Women’s Day 2021 : Women in Leadership

The Library at Queen’s Research Showcase Áine Poland PhD Student, School of History, Anthropology, Philosophy and Politics | apoland02@qub.ac.uk |

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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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Decolonising the curriculum: sources for Black History at Queen’s

Access to material and knowledge is at the heart of what librarians do. In an age when we are surrounded

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Byrhtferth's diagram of the cosmos

Ciphers, Codes and Notes: Crafting Knowledge in the Medieval and Modern Worlds

Visit our new online exhibition – Crafting, Codes and Notes: Crafting Knowledge in the Medieval and Modern Worlds This fascinating

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Online Exhibition – The Edward Bunting Collection

Special Collections is delighted to present a new exhibition on The Edward Bunting Collection. The exhibition celebrates this major collection

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Remembering Bunting Festival 2020

Dún Uladh have organised another excellent weekend of FREE events for the Remembering Bunting Festival 2020. Once again we are

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Black History Month: Library resources for the history of slavery

To mark Black History Month we will be showcasing some key sources in the display area, situated in the ground

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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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