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See Colonial Office photos in Australasia Through a Lens at The National Archives.

Writer of the month schedule announced at The National Archives.

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Christmas in the (Archives) Scottish Council on Archives.

Celebrating diversity at The National Archives.

The man who wouldn't run on a Sunday: SOAS Eric Liddle exhibition.

Archives keep pace with the Games!

Celebrating 50 years of Caribbean independence.

The Weiner Library exhibition-The Nazi Games: Politics, the media and the Body.

Manchester: Musical Metropolis at Royal Northern College of Music.

Scotland brings Edible Archives to life.

The UK's largest online exhibition Face Britain launched by the Prince's Foundation for Children & the Arts.

The Guardian reports culture and diversity through the Guardian and Observer Archive's and photographic library.

In archives

Canterbury Cathederal Archives newsletter on Royal Society member John Deane (1800-1884) Discovery:Archives in Science,Technology and Medicine'.

Voices of African Super Heroes-heritage and history of the African community in Birmingham. See flyer for details.

See some of the treasures of the National Archives collected over 1000 years of British history. Such as Living the Poor Life: the untold history of the Victorian poor, unique Images of Africa through a lens, Mervyn Peake wartime artworksplus the Festival of Britain's 60th anniversaryat Brighton University.

Visit the Women's Library and find out about the unsung heroes behind feminism. See The Long March to Equality: Treasures of the Woman's Library or Let's hear it from the boys!

Event Spotlight

Interactive pictures from 1936 Berlin Olympics

Kingston University

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