Where: The British Library, St Pancras, London
When: Monday 26 June 2023
Are you PhD researcher working on British and European history, literature, science or art?
Come and explore the Library and all of its services, as well as their amazing Western Heritage collections alongside curators and reference specialists. Learn more about modern archives and manuscripts, and explore the Library’s rich printed and digital collections. Refreshments will be provided.
Not sure if you can attend in person? By signing up for a ticket, you can still gain access to a whole host of recorded materials and useful information.
Book your tickets now: https://www.bl.uk/events/doctoral-open-day-british-and-european-collections-1600-1950
About the British Library’s Doctoral Open Days
The British Library’s annual series of Doctoral Open Days offer PhD students the chance to discover their research resources and explore the practicalities of using the Library. This hybrid programme of online and in-person events and resources are designed to support students in navigating the Library’s vast and varied physical and digital collections, introduce them to expert staff and provide the opportunity to meet other researchers. These days are aimed at first-year doctoral students, but those in other years who want to increase their knowledge of The British Library and its collections are also very welcome!
For more information on the Doctoral Open Day series, including dates for all future sessions, please see our webpage: https://www.bl.uk/research-collaboration/training-and-events/doctoral-open-days
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