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 …

Just added: Archives of Sexuality and Gender Read more »

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 »