Libraries & Research Centres

Add a library or centre buttonBritish Library: Access to physical and online catalogues for archives and collections and support for researchers.  
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Centre for Women, Ageing and Media: AHRC-funded project.  WAM brings together scholars and practitioners from across the globe to study the relationship between older women as consumers, producers and subjects of popular media.
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Feminist Archive North: Archived collection of artefacts and media relating to history of feminism (1960-2000). Includes oral history projects.  (University of Leeds).  Linked to Feminist Archive South.
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Feminist Archive South: Archived collection of artefacts and media relating to history of feminism (1960-2000).  Includes oral history projects.  (Bristol University).  Linked to Feminist Archive North.
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The Feminist Library: Archived collection of Women’s Liberation Movement literature, particularly second-wave materials dating from the late 1960s to the 1990s. We support research, activist and community projects.
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Glasgow Women’s Library: Publiclibrary and archive collections of artifacts and media relating to history of women’s lives, histories and achievements.  Access online and by visit.  Involved in community projects locally.    
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London Metropolitan Archives: Archive collection of multi-media resources relating to life in London, historical and contemporary.   Includes mediatheque.  Open to public visit and catalogues online.
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Margaret Herrick Library, Los Angeles:  Non-circulating reference library containing film-related resources and special collections.  Online catalogues available and librarian request service.
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Women’s Library @ LSE: Archives and collections relating to women’s lives, with emphasis on changes in last 150 years.  Reading room (best by appointment) and online catalogue search facility. 
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If you have any queries, please contact our Resources Officer Rona Murray (r.murray3@lancaster.ac.uk).