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Join National Library of Scotland curators and the Hitherto Unknown team to consider the challenges of archiving non-paper texts, including film footage and web publications. Marking International Women’s Day, this workshop offers a chance to discuss how women are represented in web and moving image collections. Considering the uses of these collection items, the ways in which everyday lives can come to be viewed as radical statements is assessed.
Inspired by writer and
social activist, Tillie Olsen, this is one in a series of research workshops
across Glasgow that aims to uncover writers and stories silenced by the
barriers of gender, class and race.
Admission free | Booking essential
Saturday 9 March, 2–4pm