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21 May 2018 European studies
The arrival of the month of May can only mean one thing: European Literature Night! EUNIC and the European Writers’ Tour, with additional support from the Czech Centre and Flanders House, organised this year’s event on May 10th. As always...
21 May 2018 Untold lives
A hundred years ago, Stockholm was the centre of Indian anti-colonialism and, at the same time, British counter-intelligence operations. In late April and early May 1918, the Indian lawyer and administrator A. Yusuf Ali gave a series of lectures on...
21 May 2018 Sound and vision
This week's selection comes from David Govier, Oral History Archivist. An Oral History of the Post Office includes memories of telegram delivery boys who delivered telegrams by hand with news of war casualties during the Second World War, and their...
21 May 2018 Asian and African studies
Peking Gazette, Printing in East Asia, Woodblock printing, Movable type, Printing in China
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