The University of Glasgow Library Collections are taking part in the ‘Color Our Collections’ event during 1-5 February organised by the New York Academy of Medicine (@NYAMNYC) and the Biodiversity Heritage Library (@BioDivLibrary). We have created a colouring book… Read More ›
At our recent Friday morning training session Special Collections and Archive Services staff focused on the lessons that can be learned in disaster awareness and prevention from our colleagues in similar institutions. With two major heritage collections having suffered horrendous fires… Read More ›
As we approach Christmas and the nights grow longer we all shelter from the blustery wind and dry out our rain soaked clothes, there are creepy crawlies who want to pull their duvets a little closer and snuggle up in… Read More ›
What is it about the festive period that encourages British people to entertain themselves with ghosts? The tradition of spectral tales at Christmas developed in the Victorian era, and persists with twentieth-century television adaptations of supernatural stories. Charles Dickens, as editor of Household Words and All… Read More ›
We are holding a free drop-in information session on the Hunterian Associate Programme (HAP) next Thursday, 17th December, between 3-5pm in the Henry Heaney Room on level 12 of the library.