This summer we had the delight of hosting Jessica on her student placement. Now back home she is continuing to contribute to the life of GWL through supporting with Seeing Things research and social media. Below, we hear from Jessica as she reflects on her time, and learning, at GWL this summer.
GWL’s Production Coordinator, Katie Reid, shares what she loves about GWL and one of her favourite items from the GWL collection for our GWL 25 blog series.
As part of our 25th birthday celebrations we’ll be hosting Flash Fiction Fridays every Friday between Friday 16th September and Friday 16th December on Twitter!
Our Autumn Programme 2016 is now officially launched!
Ahead of launching our Autumn programme we hear from Elizabeth Ford and Brianna Robertson-Kirkland who are recent PhD graduates in music from the University of Glasgow. Elizabeth and Brianna are hosting an incredible day at the library to research and discuss women’s education in the arts in the 18th century on Thursday 8th September, one of the earliest events in our new programme which we launch on 18th August.
The Women and Education in the Long 18th Century workshop aims to bring together researchers and artists who work in this broad but important subject, spanning several topics including gender history, music, theatre, dance, literature, and education. In June, the project seeks proposals of 10 minute presentations, on a range of connected subjects.
Faith and the First World War Conference takes place at University of Glasgow, 21st to 22nd July, and a programme of events to mark the centenary of the Women’s Peace Crusade will take place on 23rd July, here at Glasgow Women’s Library.
Our summer programme is packed full of exciting events, including our ever popular Women’s Heritage Walks, two Women’s Heritage Bike Rides, and our new Women of the Gorbals workshop series where you could help develop a new Women’s Heritage Walk for the Gorbals!
GWL’s summer programme of events, activities, workshops and exhibitions at the library and out and about across Scotland is out now!