6th January 2014 – Monday-Thursday: 9am-9pm Friday: 9am-6.30pm Saturday: 9.45am-5.30pm More information about Library opening times.
At the close of a year and to usher in a new one, many mark the New Year’s celebration with a toast of champagne and the singing of Auld Lang Syne. This traditional singing in … Read more
The Jungle Book with binding and illumination from Sangorski and Sutcliffe – one of the most important hand bookbinding companies of the 19th and 20th centuries. Hathi -The Elephant. The following description is from the sale catalogue … Read more
In order to undertake research on the topic of Jazz, one can consult a variety of resources both printed and electronic. SHL has printed books on Jazz as well as a series of music databases … Read more
Within the Institute of Commonwealth Studies collections in Senate House Library is a wealth of material relating to the struggle within, and outside of, South Africa against the apartheid system. With the passing of Nelson … Read more
Wishing all our readers a very Merry Christmas and best wishes for a peaceful and prosperous 2014!
Senate House Library has a combination of print and electronic resources that will be useful for your dissertation. The information below is simply to get you started… Printed materials. The topics covered by Carolingian Europe … Read more
The ‘Lyke-Wake Dirge’ is a fifteenth-century anonymous poem written in Yorkshire dialect and generally believed to originate from North Yorkshire. ‘Lyke’, based on the Old English líc, is an obsolete word for corpse, and the … Read more
Wednesday evening (11/12/13) Both Senate House and Stewart House are now closed to staff, students and visitors in view of developments in the ‘Cops Off Campus’ campaign. ‘Cops off Campus’ is a nationwide campaign in … Read more
This lecture is the last in the series given by Professor David N. Dumville. Please note that this lecture will now be given at 16.00, Monday 16th December 2013 in the Dr Seng Tee Lee … Read more