Our Gale primary historical research materials collection has expanded once again, with offerings to excite everyone from enthusiasts of the Victorian Gothic to fans of early modern Shanghai. Crime, Punishment, and Popular Culture, 1790-1920 True crime from the 19th century …

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JustisOne is about to change from what we all currently know and love to vLexJustis in a few months and they have given us a one month trial starting today until 18 November! We will get all our existing content plus a little extra …

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There is nothing like having an expert to guide you through the intricacies of a powerful new database that you will be using for the rest of your course. That’s why we are so pleased and grateful to have Alise …

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Search 150 years of scientific discovery The University Library has perpetual access to the British Association for the Advancement of Science – Collections on the History of Science (1830s-1970s) digital archive thanks to an arrangement with Wiley Digital Archives in partnership …

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Enjoy free trial access to Bloomsbury’s Filmmaking Collection until 31 October 2021. This collection offers a dedicated collection of 126 practical ebooks from Focal Press and Bloomsbury, providing depth and coverage across the curriculum for student-practitioners across such topics as …

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We can once again obtain scans of journal articles and book chapters through the British Library through our interlibrary loans service, making it easier for us to serve you faster more often. Just fill in the interlibrary loans form on …

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