Tag Archives: world war ii

What’s happening in the archive?

Well, it’s been busy round here. The new rolling stacks have made a big difference to life in the archive. At last the archives are beginning to be more accessible. Thank you, School of Archaeology! Before the stacks went in, … Continue reading

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Stuart Piggott’s Letters from India and Tibet

In October of last year, an opportunity arose to examine the archive of Stuart Piggott. Having had long-standing interests in archaeology and history (especially in those relating to India and South Asia), I eagerly took the chance to explore documents … Continue reading

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Refugee Week

This week is National Refugee Week. Sponsored by agencies such as Oxfam and Amnesty International, institutions and communities are encouraged to recognise and celebrate the positive contributions made by refugees to the United Kingdom. We think this is a brilliant … Continue reading

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