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Artist David Normal used British Library images as source material for his arresting artworks.
Using our maps collection: Diana Newall, art historian
Dvora is a collaborative PhD student exploring the social world of Crown Court clerks from the 1970s onwards.
Using our online collection: Eleanor Stuart: Illustrator
Exploring the privatisation of government science through life histories
Exploring images of the USSR through British Library music collections
Polly Russell and Barley Blyton are food writers and academics. They were 2015 Goodison Fellows at National Life Stories...
Michael Bird explored the Artists' Lives collection to produce an exhibition and a forthcoming book
Art historian Hester Westley and radio and television producer Isabel Sutton have used their jointly-held Goodison Fello...
The imaging team rose to challenge of digitising 350 rare Greek manuscripts, producing over 120,000 beautiful images
Guilford Publications made use of the British Library collections when digitising with British Library Imaging Services.
Guy Jeremiah, Ohyo
Hannah's collaborative PhD research will lead to a new archive on black British poetry in performance.
Non-text doctoral theses: Imogen Lesser, architect and PhD student
Imran Merza and Taz Basunia, Jealous Sweets