Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject HeadingsScope Note: Created For = NAHSTE
Found in 25 Collections and/or Records:
Cassette tape labelled 'Ian Wilmut and Coloquio -C14/14 - Genoma Humano - Valencia 19-21/10/98', October 1998
Item — Box CLX-A-1523: Series Coll-1320/5, Box: data_value_missing_6601605b001dedb9a471b2dcf5326f13, Box: data_value_missing_db26927c30e90bc1ea6344bd08b12d4c
Scope and Contents From the Sub-Series: Contains tapes and discs featuring audio and audiovisual recordings taken from various events, many of which feature Ian Wilmut as a speaker. Also present are discs containing some of Ian Wilmut's presentation slides and texts.
Dates: October 1998
Scope and Contents Correspondence chiefly concerns Beale's research for his and John Preer's book on Paramecium. Also present is an arrangement with the John Innes Centre for an oral history interview, and some correspondence with Beale's family regarding travel and visits.
Correspondence is in printed email form.
Correspondence is in printed email form.
Scope and Contents Front covers reads: “Win £100 Holiday”, “Andrea Dworkin”, and “Gilbert and George”.This issue includes: an interview with Vera Squarcialupi, an Italian Member of the Euro Parliament; an interview with the collective who ran Stonewall café; anti-pornography campaigner, Andrea Dworkin talks with Sigrid Nielsen; Gilbert and George in conversation with Donald Busby; lesbian thriller author Mary Wings talks with Kate Fearnley about sex and other topics; international news relating to the...
Dates: Jul 1986 - Aug 1986
Scope and Contents The front cover shows people at a march holding a Gay Scotland banner and reads: “Censorship”, Caeia March”, “Lisa Eade”, and “Derek Jarman”.This issue includes: an article discussing The Forbidden Library in London; an interview with Derek Jarman; lesbian author Caeia March discusses her work with Sigrid Nielsen; the Gay Scotland short story winner, These Things I Have Told You, by Lisa Eade; the seizure of books at Gay is the Word; international news relating to the LGBTQ+...
Dates: Sep 1986 - Oct 1986
Scope and Contents The front cover shows a photograph of the writer, feminist, and social activist Selma James. It reads: “Selma James”, “James Purdy”, “Parting Glances”, and “Lesbian SM”.This issue includes: an interview with Selma James; an article about lesbian SM; an interview with director Bill Sherwood; an interview with author James Purdy; an article discussing censorship and the removal of a Paul Avril painting from the magazine by the Gay Scotland editor due; discriminatory practices in...
Dates: Nov 1986 - Dec 1986
Scope and Contents The front cover shows a photograph of Julian Clary and a dog. It reads: “Stephen Frears” and “Dykes Philosphy”. This issue includes: a report on the UK’s first conference on Legislation for Lesbian and Gay Rights; the introduction of the AIDS (Control) Act; Alasdair Foster on the birth of gay men’s magazines; an interview with Edmund White; coverage of events at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival; international news relating to the LGBTQ+ community; reviews and articles on music, and...
Dates: Jul 1987 - Aug 1987
Scope and Contents The front cover reads “What Next?”This issue includes: coverage of the International Lesbian and Gay Conference; a feature examining the “There is Hope” campaign which promoted heterosexuality and published an article titled “AIDS and the new morality”; an article written by a trans woman on her experience of being a lesbian in Edinburgh and the support and discrimination she has received from the community; an interview with Gus Van Sant; a feature looking at the use of nude males...
Dates: Sep 1987 - Oct 1987
Scope and Contents The front cover reads: “I’m sorry I called you a poof – John Binnie”.This issue includes: an interview with John Binnie; the European Court of Human Rights ruling on Ireland’s laws, which criminalised homosexuality, to be unlawful; updates on action against Section 28; a review of Gay Men’s Week at Lauriston Hall; international news relating to the LGBTQ+ community; a youth section; reviews and articles on theatre, film, music, and books; information on pubs, clubs, local groups and...
Dates: Dec 1988
Scope and Contents The front cover shows a picture of Ian Christie with "1916-1989" written underneath.This issue includes: an article about British Airways testing prospective staff members for HIV; an obituary for Ian Christie, the International Secretary for the Scottish Homosexual Rights Group; a feature on Dr Sandy McMillan of the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh’s Department of Genito Urinary Medicine; a conversation with Neil Bartlett; international news relating to the LGBTQ+ community; a youth...
Dates: Feb 1989
Scope and Contents Issue number 46 (Edinburgh Festival Fringe Issue).This issue includes: an article on Section 28 and Edinburgh District Council’s refusal to give a grant to Lark in the Park; obituary for physique photographer Hoffman; coverage of the gay and lesbian community in the mainstream press; an article on the gay community in Thailand; an interview with author Fiona Cooper; a feature on the International Lesbian and Gay Association in Vienna; coverage of the Edinburgh International...