Please note that Queen Square Archives are closed to external visitors until further notice due to Covid-19 restrictions
Library staff continue to provide Archive services remotely. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
An opportunity for academic staff, clinical staff and students to discuss the psychological consequences of war, a fascinating and multidisciplinary topic with huge relevance for historical and contemporary debates. Takes a European perspective on the paradigmatic example of combat stress of World War I, shell shock, and discuss the enduring relevance of psychological war trauma.
Display celebrating International Day of Women and Girls in Science and International Women’s Day, which will be held in Queen Square Library February-May 2022, featuring photographs, objects, and documents from Queen Square Library and Archives. To celebrate these days, we have updated the handout and 2018 display which celebrated the centenary of Votes for Women in the UK.
Please note that only UCL library members are able to visit the display in person due to restrictions.
The display complements the IWD interviews on the ION website
You can visit to see our displays in person : usually Monday - Friday 9am-7pm (last entry 6pm). Please see our opening hours page for changes to our opening over the coming weeks. Please bring some proof of identity (e.g. driving licence or bank card) with you, and sign in at the Library desk on the 1st floor.
Please see our compilations page to view some of the earlier displays, selected handouts from which are linked below:
WAVECRAFT: Two pioneers of EEG and their world (PDF document). Please see the curator Ken Barrett’s website for further information.
a definitive history of both The National Hospital and the Institute from 1860 to 1997, authored by Simon Shorvon, Alastair Compston, Andrew Lees, Michael Clark, and Martin Rossor. Available to purchase online with all proceeds of sales going to the National Brain Appeal.
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