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Non-text doctoral theses: Joanna Hale, researching virtual reality and body language
Junaid-Ul-Hassan is a Chevening Fellow working at the British Library on a project titled ‘News and Media in South Asia:...
Justin is responsible for ensuring the smooth running of the Reference service within our Reading Rooms.
Non-text doctoral theses: Katherina Manolessou, artist practitioner and illustrator
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
During her PhD research placement, Laura examined the Library’s holdings of North American migrant literature.
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.