Glasgow Women’s Libraryis a vibrant information hub housing a lending library, archive collections and contemporary and historical artefacts relating to women’s lives, histories and achievements.
In the ninth of our new Glasgow Women’s Library podcasts, Zoe Wicomb reads her work, Writing Le ...read more
Our summer programme of Women's Heritage Walks starts at the West End Festival in June. GWL learner ...read more
Looking to the future
In 2013 GWL will relocate to Bridgeton Library on Landressy Street, in the heart of Glasgow’s increasingly vibrant East End. At the moment we are still confirming the timescales for the relocation, so please keep checking our website for details.
You can help GWL to raise essential funds for refurbishing our future home through the Women on the Shelf initiative.
- Visitor in the Archive
This week I was very pleased to host a visit from Antoinette Seymour, the Archivist at the College of the Bahamas. Antoinette has been on a whistle stop tour of archives across Scotland and Glasgow Women’s Library was the last stop on her travels. Antoinette previously volunteered at the Library, cataloguing the records of ENACT [...]
- What’s On this Summer at GWL
Summer is almost here, although you wouldn’t believe it looking outside at the moment. We have some great activities for you to take part in, no matter where you are in the world!
Wander Glasgow's West End or explore Wigtown with our downloadable audio tours.
We can help you brush up on skills such as filling out forms, working out bills or essay writing.
GWL has always grown with the support of volunteers - we're now looking for women with specific skills to help us.
Looking for a good book? Staff and library users have lots of recommendations to get you started.