The five ebooks you need on Black history in Britain

Oxford Brookes Library has thousands of ebooks available to read, wherever you are. But it's not always easy to know where to start. To complement your module reading lists, we're gathering together great ebooks you may not have seen yet, on a range of themes. Here are five ebooks on Black history in Britain, available …

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Case study: researching the Booker Prize

Over the past year, our most frequent researcher in the Special Collections reading room has been Fraser Smith, an MA Publishing student, who has been using the Booker Prize Archive for his dissertation research. He has kindly agreed to share his research and experience using the collection with us. Fraser writes: The Booker Archive: Assessing …

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Decolonising and diversifying the library

A number of academic liaison staff have been involved in projects looking at how the library could help with decolonisation and diversification of the curriculum. Libraries are complicit in supporting constructions of knowledge that perpetuate existing power structures, and how at the same time they may have the potential to serve as sites of resistance …

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