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Katie's collaborative PhD explores Russian women’s journalism during the 1917 Russian revolutions and civil war.
Non-text doctoral theses: Katrina Foxton, PhD student in heritage architecture management
Non-text doctoral theses: Kirsten Barnicot, early career researcher in social psychiatry
Using our maps collection: Diana Newall, art historian
Pianist Marisa Gupta uses historical sound recordings to inform her chamber music performances.
Non-text doctoral theses: Mark Hahnel, PhD researcher in pharmacology, and creator of Figshare
Using the Newsroom for PhD research and writing
Non-text doctoral theses: Mary Lavelle, PhD student in non-verbal communication
Melissa is doing collaborative PhD research on photographs of the British West India Regiments between 1865-1914.
Mia's team ensures the Library is equipped for scholars’ digital needs.
Author Naomi Wood was one of the Eccles British Library Writer's Award holders (formerly the Writer in Residence program...
Neema used the UK Web Archive to explore how ethnic minorities voted in the EU Referendum.
Oluwaseun is a Chevening Fellow working at the British Library on a project tagged ‘Big Data and Libraries’. The project...
Parthasarathi Bhaumik is a Chevening Fellow working at the British Library on a year-long project, titled ‘Nationalism,...
Working with our Arabic manuscripts from West Africa: Paul Naylor, AHRC collaborative PhD student.