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Students! Check out Study Happy – our programme of events to introduce you to new people and activities and enhance your wellbeing.

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Did you know?

We run workshops and drop-in sessions that cover many areas of personal and academic development, including video editing skills, information research skills, Endnote and plagiarism. Our Academic Support Librarians also offer 1:1 appointments.


MRC exhibit

Archives exhibition

Dare to be Free!

Revolt and Reform in Regency England

4 September – 29 October 2018

Exhibition on late 18th – early 19th century campaigns for social and political reform. Includes original documents on Peterloo, Tolpuddle Martyrs and the 1832 Reform Act.


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