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Dissertation and Thesis Festival: Resources

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Critical approaches to Sources
Digital Skills 
Digital Archives and Primary Sources 
  • Exploring Archives of Sexuality and Gender - This session looks at all 4 Archives of Sexuality & Gender databases that will enable you to explore and make new connections in subjects including LGBTQ history and activism, cultural studies, psychology, sociology, health, political science, policy studies, human rights and gender studies.
  • Ordinary Opinions: Mass Observation from WW2 to 2000s - This session demonstrates how you can find and use first-hand sources, from ordinary men and women, on British social, cultural and political history, from the 1930s onwards, using the Mass Observation Archive - an extraordinary resource on the ordinary.
  • ProQuest resources for Race and Decolonial Studies - Discover the range of primary and secondary sources from ProQuest and how to search them effectively and efficiently.
Systematic Reviews
Writing for Publication 




Dissertation and Thesis Festival: Resources

Event recordings and resources.