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Your Subject Librarian

I'm Diarmuid Kennedy the Subject Librarian for Arts, English & Languages.

I'm here to help, so please get in touch if you need any advice on research, finding information or using the library. 

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Kanopy - Arts

QUB now has access to Kanopy (a video streaming service which includes movies, documentaries, foreign films etc. Content can be embedded in Canvas).

Browse Kanopy Arts.


Welcome to the Arts, English and Languages library subject pages.  If you're new to QUB take a look at Welcome to Queen's! New Student Guide to the Library at Queen's.

On this page you'll find general information, follow the links for more specialist information about your subject area.  Following the library on social media is a good way of keeping up to date

If you are just starting your degree our guides to Understanding Research Literature will demystify the world of chapters, journals, articles, bibliographies and editors.

Details about borrowing, requesting and accessing library services can be found here.  You can check the library opening times here.

Get in touch if you have any questions.

Useful Shelfmarks

The most common shelf-marks for Arts Management are:

NX760-NX770 = Administration of the arts
NX775-NX777 = Voluntarism in the arts
NX798-NX820 = Arts centers and facilities

You will find the main section on Floor 2 of the McClay.  Recommended books will also be found in Short Loan on the Ground Floor of the McClay Library.

Arts Management is a broad topic, so not all the material you need will be found in this area - ask your subject librarian if you've problems locating material.

Where can I find books about my subject in the McClay Library?

AI Guide

Image and link to QUB's Student Guidance on the Use of Generative AI

Cite Them Right

Cite Them Right is an online referencing guide designed to help you reference print, electronic or performance sources accurately. The website has been developed from the book Cite them right: the essential referencing guide by Richard Pears and Graham Shields.