Through a public fundraising appeal and with support from the National Acquisitions Fund, GWL was able to succesfully bid on a hunger strike medal awarded to suffragette Maud Joachim in 1909 by the Women’s Social and Political Union.
Glasgow Women’s Library is seeking to recruit a Facilities Management Officer. We are looking for a committed individual who can embrace a challenging role to join our dynamic team.
People who visit GWL regularly describe us as warm, welcoming and friendly. Everyone who visits is greeted by one of our staff team when they first come into GWL – […]
Rebecca Close is a doctoral researcher at Aalto University doing a dissertation in artistic research as ‘reproductive work’. Rebecca conducted research on the Sappho Archive held at GWL in 2022 and wrote this piece on Sappho, queer networks and assisted reproduction.
Glasgow Women’s Library delivers innovative events and activities across Scotland, from reading groups to women’s history courses. We’re seeking a new team member to help to deliver these activities to a diverse range of women across Scotland.
There is no longer a legal requirement to wear face coverings indoors in public buildings in Scotland. However, as we continue to prioritise the health, safety and comfort of our Glasgow Women’s Library visitors, volunteers and staff, and in line with continued guidance, we ask that all visitors, volunteers and staff continue to wear face coverings when moving around the building.
“How’s your PhD?” This is a question I’m asked regularly these days – by Women’s Library colleagues, friends and family. I pause, partly because I’m still a wee bit in […]
We are seeking a Production Coordinator to work with and across the GWL team to deliver our vibrant programmes of events and exhibitions.
Glasgow Women’s Library is thrilled to be the recipient of a grant from the National Lottery Heritage Fund for a two year project to interpret, safeguard and share our own 30-year heritage, and enable us to ‘look back to move forward’.
We are seeking two new team members, a Project Coordinator and a Project Archivist, to help take forward Three Decades of Changing Minds: Marking 30 Years of Glasgow Women’s Library