Jun – Aug 2011 Glasgow Women’s Library Events

Phenomenal Woman (£3/free)
Thursday 30 June, 6pm
http://www.womenslibrary.org.uk/2011/06/phenomenal-womn/
A celebration of poetry by American women; a live performance of
some of the best poetry written by women in America, from the 19th century to
the present day. Poets featured include Emily Dickinson, Louisa May Alcott,
Sara Teasdale, Dorthy Parker, Sylvia Plath, Lisa Zaran, Erica Jong, Sharon
Esther Lampert and Maya Angelou.

Women Make History Workshop: Jewish Archives Visit (£3/free)
Friday 22 July, 11am
http://www.womenslibrary.org.uk/2011/07/women-make-history-workshop-jewish-archives-visit/
Continuing our popular Women Make History workshops into summer
with a visit to the Jewish Archives.

Women of the Merchant City
Sunday 24 July, 2pm
http://www.womenslibrary.org.uk/2011/07/women-of-the-merchant-city-2/
Uncover the Merchant City’s hidden history during this walk
around Glasgow’s cosmopolitan hub. Join Glasgow Women’s Library tour guides at
the Merchant City Festival to discover the female stars that stud the fabric of
this famous quarter. Scandal, vice, radicalism, regeneration and revival are
topics highlighted by our original tour.

WMH Film Night: You Play Your Part & Red Skirts on Clydeside
(£3/free)

Thursday 18 August, 6pm
http://www.womenslibrary.org.uk/2011/08/you-play-your-part-red-skirts/
Part of our Women Make History workshops programme we are having
a film night, watching 2 shorts films based on the Govan Rent strikes: Red
Skirts on Clydeside and You Play Your Part.

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