Category: Manuscript Collections

Newly digitised: The Memoirs of Arthur O’Neill

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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Remembering Bunting Festival, 8-10th February 2019

We were delighted to be asked by Dún Uladh to participate in the Remembering Bunting Festival this year. A weekend of

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Persian Treasures

The following guest blog post is by Mandana Mashayekhi Ghoyonloo, a PhD candidate in Creative Writing at Newcastle University.  The

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October in the Palm House

If you have ever wandered through the Palm House in Belfast’s Botanic Gardens, you may have come across this hanging

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A Literary Treasure – “The Belfast Group”

About the Group Philip Hobsbaum (1932-2005) was a lecturer in the Faculty of Arts at Queen’s University Belfast between 1962

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Crying for Elysium: stories, poems, essays

  “The primary impulse of the artist springs, I fancy, from discontent, and his art is a kind of crying

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Newly digitised: The Journal of Patrick Lynch

We are delighted to present the newest addition to Digital Special Collections & Archives: The Journal of Patrick Lynch. This

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Archive Box with folders and documents

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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“Read all about it!” Notes on an Annotated 18th Century Newspaper Collection at Armagh Public Library

Dr Michael O’Connor of QUB Special Collections reflects on an idiosyncratic Eighteenth-Century Newspaper Collection Recently, I had the good fortune

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“Hillier called…”: A Glimpse at Sir Robert Hart’s Papers in Special Collections, Queen’s University, Belfast

About the author: Andrew Hillier is a mature student at the University of Bristol, having spent most of his career

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