Exploring 19th Century English Literature: With Senate House Library’s Resources
Are you looking to deepen your awareness of resources available for the study of Nineteenth-Century English Literature? Would you like to know more about the specialist digital resources and databases available to you at Senate House Library? Or perhaps explore the library’s special collections of printed books?
This free, one-hour session will begin with an overview of databases for 19th century literary studies, with a focus on those featuring digitised material from the period. The second half of the session will highlight original 19th century works held in the library’s special collections, including the opportunity to view a selection of these.
This session is aimed at postgraduate students, independent researchers, and dissertation year undergraduate students.
Led by Leila Kassir, Academic Librarian: British, US, Latin American and Anglophone Caribbean Literature and Lucy Evans, Head of Collections.