Feature Archive: A Guide to Museum Archives

Chris Manias is a Lecturer in Modern European History at the University of Manchester whose research focusses on human, biological and medical sciences in Europe and the United States from the late-18th to the early-20th century. Museum archives have been pivotal for his research: but how does he find them? how useful are they? and how can […]

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How to Write the Great War? Francophone and Anglophone Poetics (1-2 May 2015, Oxford)

On 1-2 May 2015, an exciting 2-day international conference will be held at the University of Oxford and the Maison Française d’Oxford on the topic of poetry in the Great War. See the programme below, ALL WELCOME! For more information, contact Nicholas Bianchi (ENS) at nicolas.bianchi@ens-lyon.fr. HOW TO WRITE THE GREAT WAR? Francophone and Anglophone Poetics International […]

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On Interviews (1): Some Golden Rules

Getting an interview invitation triggers a rush of validation and excitement for most young academics – finally someone thinks you deserve a job! But before you start (1) going on national rail website to see how you can commute to your potential-future-new-uinversity (2) checking rightmove.com for the latest properties within walking/cycling/driving distance to the university (3) […]

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