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Blogs

  • Oxfam Books - We are an Oxfam secondhand charity bookshop located on Byres Road in the heart of the west end of Glasgow in Scotland.

Book groups

Businesses

Libraries

Publishers

  • Vagabond Voices - Founded in 2008 and based in Glasgow, Vagabond Voices is an independent publisher that is both Scottish and fervently European in its aims. Vagabond is committed to introducing new titles from Scottish authors and translating fiction from other languages
  • Ringwood Publishing - Ringwood Publishing is a small independent Scottish Publisher, based in Glasgow, dedicated to publishing quality works of Scottish fiction and non-fiction around the key national themes of politics, football, religion, money, sex and crime
  • Speculative Books (Twitter, Instagram) - Independent Publishers based in Glasgow, Scotland.
  • Grain Press - We are a small publisher based in Paisley, Scotland. Originally concerned with reprinting scarce historical works, in recent years we have been more focused on ebook production and digital imaging

Writing

Literature

History

  • Eighteenth-Century borrowing from the University of Glasgow - Histories of eighteenth-century book use have often relied on anecdotal accounts produced principally by elite auditors. This is not because other kinds of data have not survived, but because evidence is often immured in fragile, complex and inaccessible – but potentially immensely valuable – manuscript sources. Eighteenth-Century Borrowing at the University of Glasgow contributes to realising the potential of such sources by making openly available high-quality digital materials and rich, searchable data relating to book borrowings in the mid eighteenth century. Archival library records at Glasgow are patchy, but for the eighteenth century, six registers detailing student borrowings and professorial loans have survived. This site allows users to work with images and data from the three registers that record student borrowings. These cover the period between March 1757 and January 1771.

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