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Vere Harmsworth Library 3h
Now available online - an online video guide to our US Primary Sources, by our VHL Librarian. Useful if you are thinking of your research projects, thesis or dissertation proposals, or just a general idea of what's out there!
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Bodleian Libraries 6h
A brass band strikes up for Day 4 of ! While we also have extensive music resources at the central Bodleian Library, the St. Aldates Music Faculty Library is normally the first port of call for Music students.
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Bodleian Libraries 6h
Hi Marie! Pleased you like it. No plans for producing them as cards this year, but perhaps in the future!
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Bodleian Libraries 6h
Replying to @Alex_J_Bellamy
Thank you, Alex, for these kind words!
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Bodleian Libraries Dec 3
ICYMI: Day 3 of our calendar: Rewley House - home of the Library. Look out for another Bodleian library tomorrow!
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Bodleian Libraries Dec 3
Our Front of House Supervisor, Lucy, took these gorgeous snaps of the Christmas tree in the Old Bodleian Quad. Please do drop by and see it/smell it!
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Bodleian Libraries Dec 3
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Bodleian Libraries Dec 3
If you'd not yet guessed, the theme of this year's calendar is 'Homes of the Bodleian Libraries'! Behind window 3 today is , Rewley House, offering more than 1000 courses and programmes annually - although sadly not curling, yet...
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Bodleian Libraries Dec 2
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Bodleian Libraries Dec 2
Have you signed up for our free Gregorian chant workshop? All are welcome, regardless of singing abilities! Want to know what you'd be in for? Watch this test recording. (Black clothing and shadowy crypt optional)
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Bodleian Libraries Dec 2
Replying to @3Mare9
Well, ok, that IS a common theme - so we’ll give you bonus points - but it’s not the ‘official’ theme. 😊
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Bodleian Libraries Dec 2
Today's scene sees us ice skating outside the Radcliffe Humanities building: home of the Bodleian Philosophy and Theology Library! ⛸️ Head to Instagram to see the details in a nice big image:
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Bodleian Libraries Dec 2
"I was particularly drawn to this poster, as it forces us to recognise a global issue or an ‘American’ issue as a national and local one as well." Xaira, a Bod & summer intern, explores ‘Protest, Power and Posters’ in her blog post:
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Bodleian Libraries Dec 2
Replying to @StephenPBriggs
That sounds like a very good guess to us!
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Bodleian Libraries Dec 2
Here's a small detail from Day 2 of the calendar. Can you guess this year's theme?
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Bodleian Libraries Dec 1
Replying to @GoughMap
Stunning! 👏
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Bodleian Libraries Dec 1
Replying to @LindaRusk8
Nearly! It’s our Earl of Pembroke statue in the Old Bodleian Quad.
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Bodleian Libraries Dec 1
It seems fitting that we should end our month of with the actual opening of the Bodleian public spaces! Our tours, exhibitions, on-site shops and café will all reopen tomorrow - 2 December. Come and give your Seasons Greetings to the Earl!
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Bodleian Libraries Dec 1
Window one of the 2020 calendar gives a glimpse of a snowy scene outside the main entrance to the Old Bodleian Library. If you’d like to see the image in a larger size, head to our Instagram, where we’ll post the pictures as they are revealed!
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Bodleian Libraries Dec 1
Replying to @anniegapb
Aww, thanks Annie! We can't wait for you to see the rest of it!
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