Part 2 of our update on changes to library services. In this second part we look spaces, services and support.
More Kentish Tales is the second exhibition of work by authors who lived in or wrote about Kent. It is currently taking place in Augustine House library until the end […]
Scopus is an abstract and citation database curated by independent subject experts who are recognized leaders in their fields. It is a comprehensive, multidisciplinary, abstract and citation database. Using Scopus, […]
We conducted a survey to see how we could make it easier to book group study rooms at AH. Based on responses, we have made a few changes to our booking systems.
A warm welcome to CCCU to our new and returning students! We’ve compiled a few resources to get you started in your first week.
The women in translation movement. The Women in Translation movement was launched to try and address the gender disparity in translated fiction whereby ‘less than 31% of translation into English […]
Broadly speaking, Windrush literature has so far been produced in two distinct timeframes: first, during the period of governmentally encouraged Caribbean immigration into Britain from the 1950s to the early […]
Whilst there were notable exceptions – Simone de Beauvoir (1908-86), Colette (1873-1954) and Hélène Cixous (1937 -), for example – throughout the twentieth century far fewer international women writers were […]
This semester volunteering in the archives has led to some interesting discoveries. We’ve been looking at material from the Victorian era, WW1 and WW2. Read on to find out more. […]