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A poster in black with images of three handmade books. Wording describes the Wrapping Books Exhibition.

Wrapping Words Student Exhibition

In the spring semester of the 2023-24 academic year, students in the ‘Wrapping Words’ course that is part of the

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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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Cover of The World Administered by Irishmen

‘The World Administered By Irishmen’ – book launch and exhibition

The World Administered By Irishmen: The Life and Times of Robert Hart and Contemporary Irish in East Asia by Robin

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Cuban Handmade Books by Ediciones Vigía

On display this summer at QUB Special Collections is a selection of hand-crafted books, all made between 1994-1996 by Cuban

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McClay exhibition explores Second Reformation in pre-Famine Ireland

Guest post by Dr Ciarán McCabe (School of HAPP, Queen’s University Belfast). A new exhibition focusing on one of the

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‘A most proper verdict’ exhibition

The exhibition A most proper verdict, focusing on attitudes to crime and punishment in 19th-century Antrim, is currently on display

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Ken Saro-Wiwa with his hand in the air

Ken Saro-Wiwa Exhibition

To mark Black History Month, QUB Special Collections & Archives is delighted to host a travelling exhibition on the Ken

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“…don’t forget the photos, it’s very important…”

The National Socialist Persecution of Central German Sinti and Roma, a travelling exhibition is coming to the McClay Library on 20th April

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Trees of Ireland Display

This spring, Special Collections is celebrating the trees of Ireland by displaying a selection of books on the subject from

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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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