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Story Threads: Creative Readings Exhibition

This exhibition, situated on the Ground Floor of the McClay, celebrates student creativity and the ability to interpret Latin American

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Work Experience @QUB Library

For my school’s week of work experience, I was lucky enough to gain a work placement at the Queen’s University

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Early Presbyterian Libraries and the Gamble Library

Many thanks to Joy Conkey, Librarian of the Gamble Library in Union Theological College, Belfast, for this guest blog. The

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A short case study of unaccompanied Jewish child refugees to Northern Ireland during the Second World War

Many thanks to Dr Pamela Linden Aveyard for her guest blog post in recognition of World Holocaust Day 2023, which

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Paul Nietsche

MS 75 Paul Nietsche Collection

The Collection The Nietsche Collection (MS 75) is a small but varied collection of mostly personal items belonging to Ukrainian artist

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Life as a Student Assistant in Special Collections

Danielle Blee I had decided to begin my Master’s degree amid the Covid-19 pandemic and at the time, hadn’t been

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An image of the Special Collections Reading Room

Special Collections Reading Room – additional opening times

Visitors can now book appointments to consult Special Collections and Archives material Monday to Saturday. From Monday 6th December 2021,

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Family photograph, Brazier, Holmström, Tours

After the Siege

Andrew Hillier uncovers the story behind a family photograph taken in Scotland, one year after the lifting of the Siege

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The Foundation and Early Development of Queen’s College Belfast, 1845-1850

In 2020 Queen’s is celebrating the 175th anniversary of its foundation as Queen’s College Belfast.  Queen’s College Belfast was founded

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Black History month 2020. Black history online: colonies, resettlement, identity

The history of black lives in the United Kingdom and Ireland is built upon Britain’s colonial past, the history of

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