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Glasgow Women’s Library
The only Accredited Museum in the UK dedicated to women’s history, with a lending library, public events & learning opps. 2018 Finalist
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Glasgow Women’s Library 14h
Replying to @ARLIS_UK
Looking forward to welcoming everyone!
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Mattie Roberts 17h
Next Tues th 'Seeing Things' group will be seeing Home Where Home Is Not & , an exhibition by & reimagining fixed notions of home & what it is to be of more than one place. All women & non-binary people welcome to join us!
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Glasgow Women’s Library 18h
It’s time for Lights! Action! Tea! this Thursday at our regular No-Acting-Required Drama Queens session. Get involved in the story as a reader or a listener, all from the comfort of your chair.
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Becca Lewis 18h
Big emotional day for a book collector: donating a chunk of my hoard to Go Forth And Be Borrowed!
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Glasgow Women’s Library Jul 15
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Glasgow Women’s Library Jul 15
Replying to @womenslibrary
Well if we're completely honest, today it's the former. But you all know we're cooking up big and exciting things every day, so the second statement is also true 😄
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Glasgow Women’s Library Jul 15
We've been quite quiet on here today. Suspiciously quiet. Is it because we've not had a moment to look at social media... Or because we're cooking up something BIG and INCREDIBLY exciting? 🤔😉
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Amanda Thomson Jul 15
Back in Glesga’ toon and getting ready for this on Thursday at the wonderful - Languages of Belonging: Sogol Mabadi and Birthe Jorgensen in conversation with Amanda Thomson | Glasgow Women's Library
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Lavender Menace Returns Jul 15
Don’t miss Sensible Footwear: A Girl’s Guide - the prelaunch with at Weekend was a wonderful and moving evening.
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Glasgow Women’s Library Jul 15
Replying to @REIYL_Community
We can't wait!
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Birthe Jorgensen Jul 14
* NOT TO BE MISSED * On the 21 Jul all the way from New York City writer and director Julia Lee Barclay Morton come to Glasgow to give a performative tour of our two site exhibition Home Where Home is Not at and * GET YOUR FREE TICKETS NOW *
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Glasgow Women’s Library Jul 14
Amazing!
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SCAN Jul 14
is organising a performative with an award-winning writer and director Julia Lee Barclay-Morton () on 21st July. This tour will meet at Platform and continue to . This event is free but ticketed.
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Myriad Editions Jul 14
‘Newsworthy, covetable and will become a classic.’ — Who's coming to 's launch at on July 27th? Free & open to all, book here:
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Glasgow Women’s Library Jul 14
Replying to @IAMKP
Ohh yes! 😃
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Myriad Editions Jul 13
IN TWO WEEKS, the Scottish launch of will be held at . Come along & raise a glass to 's highly-anticipated graphic memoir, which presents a glorious pageant of LGBTQ+ history. Buy here:
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Fiona Robertson Jul 12
This is so exciting! It's a fantastic step for disabled people and for those of us who live further away. Thank you for being so inclusive, !
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Glasgow Women’s Library Jul 13
We may do! You can drop an email to info@womenslibrary.org.uk and in the meantime we've shared with our followers 😊
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Rhiannon Spear Jul 12
Does anyone know any feminist Scottish historians who have written about Sheela na gig? Everything I'm reading is about how she's heinous, sinful + to ward against lust but I just find that so hard to believe? Of course it's a fertility symbol!?
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Glasgow Women’s Library Jul 12
The July/August read of our newly relaunched GWL Digital Book Group is 'The Ungrateful Refugee' by . Who's joining our read-along? Follow this link for more information about the book and on how to participate in : 📚
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