By Rachel Rowan, PhD Candidate in Economic & Social History, University of Glasgow On Thursday 28th February, an array of twenty students, postdocs, and lecturers gathered at the University of Glasgow Archive Services to ‘hack’ the James Finlay & Co papers within the Scottish Business Archive…. Read More ›
This category was used for posts created by special collections staff before August 2016. Since then all posts are categorised as Archives and Special Collections posts.
“Poetry About Everything, Words About Nothing”: a consideration on Edwin Morgan and John Cage’s approach to creativity.
Guest blog post by Eli Coderoni Rigamonti, MLitt Theatre Studies, on placement in Archives and Special Collections. This article aims to draw a connection between artists Edwin Morgan and John Cage, focusing on their common interest for Modernist techniques, and… Read More ›
A guest blog post by Calum Telfer. MLitt Theatre Studies, on placement in Archives and Special Collections. I have undertaken an archival project with the Scottish Theatre Archive, focussing on the archive’s collection on Dundee Repertory Theatre. The archive’s large… Read More ›
A guest blog post by Charlotte Lynn Smith, MLitt Theatre Studies, on placement in Archives and Special Collections. Over the past few months, I have been in the Special Collections in the University of Glasgow Library, which holds the Edwin… Read More ›
David Murray (1842—1928) was a well-known figure in Victorian Glasgow. He was a prominent Glasgow solicitor closely involved in various aspects of the city’s civic life and institutions, including the University of Glasgow, where he served on the University court…. Read More ›
A guest blog post by Katie Lombardo, MLitt Renaissance Art History This semester, I had the opportunity to take on a work placement in the University of Glasgow’s Special Collections. Since January, I’ve been researching and cataloguing a 15th century… Read More ›