This is the fourth in a series of workshops bringing together those researching any aspect of Glasgow’s cultural history.
If you are a local or family historian, research student, or experienced researcher, come along and find out how you can contribute to this project.
Workshop 4 will be centred on a ‘Show and Tell’ style of presentation. Members of the network will choose one item from the Glasgow City Archives to speak about and the item will be on display. This will be a pencils-only area, so come prepared.
For new members, there will be an opportunity to give a 3-minute snapshot presentation about your use of archives in your research.
Places are this event are free of charge and catering will be provided. To register or for any queries please email Carol.Raeside@open.ac.uk
The Cultural History of Glasgow research network is funded by the Royal Society of Edinburgh until December 2020.
It is a collaborative project between The Open University in Scotland and Glasgow City Archives.
Photo: Pheonix Park, Cowcaddens, 1911. Ref P660.