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Alanna Hilton was the winner of a competition run by the British Fashion Council in collaboration with the British Libra...
Using newspapers in research: Alex Hall, PhD student
Researching the EU referendum through web archive and ephemera collections
Alexis Bennett researched 1930s British film music as an Edison Fellow at the British Library.
Research into women’s martial arts in the early twentieth century
Developing access to the Evolving English collection.
Exploring the potential for innovative sociological research with the British Sociological Association.
The London School of Economics’ repository is a trusted, stable home for doctoral theses.
The LSHTM Library and Archives Service has improved user satisfaction and value for money by assigning DOIs to theses.
Cambridge University Libraries’ systems put the thesis author in control of uploading their data and deciding on their a...
Exploring how the Anglo-Saxons used manuscripts to experience Rome from afar.
British Library Digitisation Services users and staff explain how and why you should use us for all your digitisation ne...
Non-text doctoral theses: Cecile Chevalier, artist lecturer and researcher
Teacher Chris Levack regularly brings his students to the British Library for inspirational visits.
Christian is evaluating the archival material of Dutch ethnomusicologist Arnold Adriaan Bake.