The history books in circulation blatantly leave out numerous women and their contributions to our society.
It is important to not let scarcity stop you from asking for support to complete your scholarly work.
Today’s post coincides with the launch of the British Library’s new learning resource Discovering Sacred Texts and exhibition of Sacred highlights in the British Library’s permanent Treasures Gallery.
As we celebrate World Ballet Day in the year which sees the centenary of the birth of Margot Fonteyn, arguably the greatest ballerina that a British company has ever produced, it is instructive to consider how much farther back the tradition of ballet as we know it extends.
What proportion of content required to support university teaching is actually available open access? And not only available, but properly licensed with explicit permission to support teaching efforts?
This article reviews how establishing great individualized study habits contributes to making your learning pathway as efficient as possible.
While many may be captivated by the US political scene today (and its constant evolution), I recently lost myself in over 60 years of American electoral history while working on a new donation to the Library.
A recent uproar on my campus reveals the pain young people of color feel at being treated like “others.”
A federal judge ruled that Harvad can continue to use race as one of many factors in its admission decisions.
The New Dutch Writing campaign came to the British Library on Saturday 12 October.
The type of music you listen to is significant.
The British Library holds one of the richest and most diverse collections of fifteenth-century South Asian manuscripts belonging to the sultanates.
This year is the centenary of the Bauhaus, prompting worldwide celebrations from Brazil to the UK, from Germany to China.
The atmosphere of the crowd was one of eagerness and total awe as Atwood spoke of her journey to writing The Testaments, and as she recalled the world setting which brought about the idea for The Handmaid’s Tale almost four decades ago.
The deadline for applications for the next round of EAP grants is fast approaching! Midday GMT on Monday 11th November.
British Library and West Dean College of Arts and Conservation collaborate to deliver Continued Professional Development for those involved with, or with responsibility for care of libraries, archives and collections, and for conservation students. Autumn 2019 courses include: