Explore the library’s extensive holdings of early and rare printed materials, dating from the 15th to the 21st centuries, with international strengths in English literature, history, shorthand, and magic.
Richard Espley takes a look at Ouida (1839-1908), a prominent writer of her generation. What can we learn from her literary success and subsequent reputation?
The recent discoveries of woolly mammoth remains, the skeleton of Richard III and a Black Death pit provide new information for historians, but pose new questions.
Research Symposium on the Cowell Manuscript – 19 June 2013
Poets in the Library
Forbidden Music – Book launch 6 June 2013
Going to the dogs: Ouida and the reading public
Science as a part of history (and pre-history)
Ain’t No Mountain High Enough
Parker Library on the Web
Contacting the Library by phone
Vacation opening hours from 10th June
Accessing the Library catalogue
Global commodities; a new online resource