Welcome to Fashion Revolution Week! Don’t miss the exciting free public lecture (and panel discussion) this Thursday on how Covid-19 is changing the face of charity shops, Thursday 22 April, 6.00-7.30 pm. While charity shops may get ‘ransacked’ by style-hungry …

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Hot on the heels of our last humanities purchase, we are delighted to add the 1980s module of Mass Observation.  This digital archive contains topics of interest to a wide range of subjects, including History, Politics, the Social Sciences and …

Mass Observation 1980s has arrived! Read more »

Following the successful trial during LGBTQ Awareness month (in February), we are pleased to announce that we have bought permanent access to the online resource “Archives of Sexuality & Gender: LGBTQ History & Culture Since 1940”.  This exciting new addition …

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The academic study of queer culture and lifestyles has become a popular field of study in several degree courses.  We have a broad range of books about this subject in the University Library. For anyone who is interested I came …

Exploring queer cultures and lifestyles in the creative arts in Britain c1885-1967 Read more »

Community Care Inform Adults Critical information in a quick and accessible format to help social work professionals working with disabled and older people. Community Care Inform Adults is an online and comprehensive data source of expert-written, practice-related information, including case law, …

New e-resources for you this Spring – health and social care Read more »

We are delighted to announce that following a successful trial, we are now one of fewer than ten universities to purchase the Chatham House Online Archive outright.  This resource is now available both on and off campus. The archive contains …

Chatham House Online Archive bought outright Read more »