Research Collections

Ms.: a seminal US second-wave feminist magazine

Senate House Library has recently been offered a very welcome donation from the Information Service of the US Embassy in London - issues of the seminal US second-wave feminist magazine, Ms.

Gregory Toth takes a closer look at the publication.

30 Nov 2016
Gregory Toth

Researching Nigerian History at Senate House

Senate House Library possesses a wealth of material related to the history of Nigeria, from the origins of British influence in the region through to the present day. The Commonwealth Studies and the History collections are the main starting points for researching this topic, and in addition the Library also subscribes to a number of online resources that would be useful to those interested in Nigerian history. Print Resources The bulk of our material on Nigerian history can be found by browsing the following classmarks: Commonwealth Studies: DT513 – DT515
7 Nov 2016
Research Collections

The Making of Twentieth-Century Britain (6AAH3033/34)

Senate House Library has a combination of electronic and print resources that will be useful for your dissertation. The information below is simply to get you started Print Materials  Your research will probably take you to every open floor of Senate House Library, where you will find books on the fifth floor in History (browse at classmarks MUGV, MZR, OAG), on the seventh floor in Sociology (especially at classmark RLR), Politics (try the classmark RL3e), Economics (around TWe), and on the sixth floor in Commonwealth Studies (around DA16, JV9125, and HV802).
19 Oct 2016
Dr Jordan Landes

Britain’s Thatcher (6AAH3011/12)

Senate House Library has a combination of electronic and print resources that will be useful for your dissertation. The information below is simply to get you started… Print materials
19 Oct 2016
Dr Jordan Landes

Calling the DADAists! Book your tickets for the Salon Voltaire at Senate House (21/10)

The Salon Voltaire will offer an evening of readings and performances accompanied with food and wine. Drawing upon the talents and scholarly interests of the Institutes of the School of Advanced Study and Senate House Library, the event will evoke the spirit of the Cabaret Voltaire, which in 1916 launched the Dadaist movement in Zurich. Designed by Isobel Williams. Used with permission.
13 Oct 2016
Colin Homiski

The Enlightenment (6AAH3027/8)

Senate House Library has a combination of electronic and print resources that will be useful for your dissertation. This post provides handy tips and hints about getting the best from our resources and Collections.

13 Oct 2016
Dr Jordan Landes

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