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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.
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...
Working with our Arabic manuscripts from West Africa: Paul Naylor, AHRC collaborative PhD student.
Investigating constructions of identity in the works and archive of the writer Ruth Prawer Jhabvala.
Researching the legacy of Captain James Cook in Australia during the ninetieth and twentieth centuries.
Library experts helped Peter develop a new digital research tool
Where did the Chartists hold their meetings? Dr Katrina Navickas used digitised 19th-century newspapers to find out.
Watch our short video in which authors Tracy Chevalier and S F Said and writer / illustrator Alexis Deacon talk about wh...
Non-text doctoral theses: Rob Sherman, digital writer, artist and game designer
British Library Imaging Services brought thousands of items from the Royal Society of Chemistry’s archives back to life...
Ruth uses the digitised newspaper collection to explore attitudes towards immigration in nineteenth century Britain.