The Eccles Centre runs a lively and diverse programme of events designed to showcase the British Library's North American collections and to increase knowledge of, and discussion about, the region for a range of audiences.
An Eccles Fellow and a Carnegie Scholar explore Caribbean histories
Explore why British Conservatives defended slavery, 1823-33, and the US in the Pacific
Explore American nuclear testing and protest, and the meanings of the Mayflower, 1620-2020
Explore writing historically influenced fiction and body memory practices as a way of (re) writing
Explore the garden in American modernist poetry and the catalogue in Black Lives Matter literature
Markus Bidell presents the 2019 Eccles Fulbright Annual Lecture