Category Archives: Disability History in the Granite City

Disability History: Projects and the Personal

By: A.C The informal talk on “Disability History in the Granite City” at our premises on 25 April, was well received by the two dozen or so people who ventured out on a Spring evening.  Our main speaker Andrew Hunter, explained … Continue reading

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Work

By: A.H. As hard as it may be to imagine these days, there was once a time when the words “Aberdeen” and “Industry” didn’t always come with the word “Oil” in between them. Aberdeen was once a city with a wide … Continue reading

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School Days

By: A.H. Aberdeen has a long and well known relationship with education. It’s a matter of not inconsiderable civic pride that the city was home to two universities when the entirety of England was home to just two (Marischal and Kings … Continue reading

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Introductions

By: A.H.  There is an old curse: “may you live in interesting times”. This is a curse that has come true for everyone who has ever lived. All times are interesting. Everyone has stories and experiences worth sharing. It’s tempting … Continue reading

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