Tag: School of Policy & Global Affairs

New publications added to PressReader

PressReader is a resource which lets you access over 7,000 newspapers and magazines from 97 countries in 54 languages in full colour, full page format. This month PressReader has added a number of new publications to its catalogue. New titles include: El País (Nacional) + regional editions and supplements (Spain) ABC (Nacional) + regional editions…Continue Reading New publications added to PressReader

Psyched about DPsychs

If you’re in the process of studying to become a practitioner psychologist and preparing to carry out a research project, you will probably want to have at look at past theses submitted by previous City students. You can of course search for theses using CityLibrary Search and/or browse City Research Online, but our Subject Librarian…Continue Reading Psyched about DPsychs

The Prospects for Women’s Suffrage

Many of you will have come across the New Statesman, the liberal left-leaning magazine featuring writers such as Laurie Penny, Will Self and the late Christopher Hitchens. But most of you probably haven’t heard of its forerunner, The Athenaeum. Published weekly between 1828 and 1931, The Athenaeum was a highly influential periodical covering topics such…Continue Reading The Prospects for Women’s Suffrage

Take a break

At this time of year you’ll be busy revising and preparing for your exams, and many of you will be spending a lot of time in the Library, especially as we’re open 24/7. But it’s important to remember that taking rest breaks, eating and sleeping are extremely important activities too: health and wellbeing are crucial…Continue Reading Take a break

New Resource: Bloomsbury Popular Music

The Library now provides access to Bloomsbury Popular Music a database which includes the entire Bloomsbury Encyclopedia of Popular Music of the World, the 33 1/3 series and an expanding range of scholarly books.  Database features include: Search, browse and filter content by music genre, artist name, topic, and country Artist Pages containing curated links to relevant content for each artist World Map enabling…Continue Reading New Resource: Bloomsbury Popular Music

Library Staff Love #17: City Novel / City Crime

Our students studying for an MA in Creative Writing are a super talented bunch and benefit from a sector leading course which has led to graduates becoming successful and award-winning published authors. You can get a flavour of their creativity by reading City Novel and City Crime: brilliant collections of their stories available in the…Continue Reading Library Staff Love #17: City Novel / City Crime

Get the PressReader app for your phone or tablet

Download the PressReader app to access your favourite news and magazine titles on the move. This includes over 7,000 newspapers and magazines from 97 countries in 54 languages in full colour, full page format. PressReader offers offsite access to the platform on your mobile device, courtesy of City Library. This means that registered library users…Continue Reading Get the PressReader app for your phone or tablet

Find your Library Guide

Our Library Guides bring together the essential resources in your subject area and connect you quickly and easily to information about Library Services. From the Library Guides homepage select your school to see the Subject Guides relevant to you. In each of these guides our Librarians have gathered together the most important resources for you…Continue Reading Find your Library Guide

New Resource: New York Times Archive

Library Services now provides access to the  New York Times Archive 1851-2013. The newspaper which has won more Pulitzer Prizes than any other title, covers both US and international news, politics, science, technology and the arts. As well as offering full –text page images, the archive is integrated with the New York Times Index which allows…Continue Reading New Resource: New York Times Archive

Visits from the Economist and the Financial Times

City Library Services will be hosting representatives from the Financial Times and the Economist at Northampton Square Library and Cass Learning Resource Centre on the dates below. These information booths are an excellent opportunity for students and staff to meet representatives of these publications and discover new features. Financial Times Tuesday 3rd October 11.00 –…Continue Reading Visits from the Economist and the Financial Times