Phoebe McLoughlin

Approaching an Archive

Approaching an Archive – Part Five; Timeline of the Scottish Abortion Campaign from 1990-2018 Welcome to the final instalment of Approaching an Archive –  a series of blog posts that document my journey as a first time researcher exploring the Scottish Abortion Campaign’s (SAC) archive material held by Glasgow Women’s Library. The full timeline will […]

Approaching an Archive

Approaching an Archive – Part Four; Campaign Memorabilia Welcome back to Approaching an Archive –  a series of blog posts that document my journey as a first time researcher exploring the Scottish Abortion Campaign’s (SAC) archive material held by Glasgow Women’s Library. For this blog I wanted to take a break from delving into reports […]

Approaching an Archive

Approaching an Archive – Part Three; Dr Elizabeth Rose and the Necessity of Education Welcome back to Approaching an Archive –  a series of blog posts that document my journey as a first time researcher exploring the Scottish Abortion Campaign’s (SAC) archive material held by Glasgow Women’s Library. After making my way through most of […]

Approaching an Archive

Approaching an Archive – Part Two; Cardinal Thomas Winning and the Pro-Life Initiative Welcome back to Approaching an Archive –  a series of blog posts that document my journey as a first time researcher exploring the Scottish Abortion Campaign’s (SAC) archive material held by Glasgow Women’s Library. The original purpose of this entry was to […]

Approaching an Archive

Approaching an Archive – Part One; Culture Shock Allow the pleasure of introducing myself; I’m Phoebe. I’m a Northern Irish student trundling my way about Scotland and finding myself studying something I never thought I’d have a chance to at higher education; Gender Studies at Stirling University. As part of the Glasgow Women’s Library’s continuing […]