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Doctoral Open Days: Social Sciences at The British Library

October 5, 2012 831

In February 2013 The British Library will be holding its annual open days for doctoral students in social sciences. These days are a chance for doctoral students to come and visit the Library and meet with our curators who specialise in subjects aross the social sciences – including Business and Management Studies, Social Policy, Government and Politics, Sports Studies, Human Geography and many more.

At this free event you will find out how to access our collections and will discover more about the Library’s unique research materials from goverment materials to oral history and sound. These days are intended for first year doctoral students only. For more information and to book please see:  http://www.bl.uk/whatson/events/feb13/index.html

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