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21 Revolutions free pdf Glasgow Women's Library is unique, part of the international feminist art and archive movement that has proliferated since the 1970s, providing an unrivalled collection of artefacts and material relating to the women's movement in Scotland. 21 Revolutions is a beautiful full colour, coffee table book celebrating the Library's twenty first anniversary and featuring work by 21 artists and 21 writers, including some of Scotland's most celebrated women creators. Jackie Kay, Jen Hadfield, Anne Donovan, Karen Campbell, Denise Mina, Elizabeth Reeder, A.L. Kennedy, Helen Fitzgerald, Zoe Wicomb, Muriel Gray, Louise Welsh, Janice Galloway, Lucy Skaer, Karla Black and many others have created stunning art, poetry and prose, each inspired by individual artefacts in the library, across the fields of social and women's history, feminism and equality.

About Adele Patrick

Following 12 years as a lecturer in the Historical and Critical Studies Department specialising in teaching Gender Art and Culture at Glasgow School of Art, Adele left academia to work full time at Glasgow Women's Library, an organisation she co-founded in 1991. Her professional expertise includes writing for publications, developing innovative learning programmes and approaches for women remote from social, cultural and economic capital.

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Author : Adele Patrick
Publisher : Glasgow Women's Library
Data Published : 03 March 2014
ISBN : 0952227339
EAN : 9780952227335
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 256 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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