Monthly Archives: June 2012

Sage Handbook of Digital Dissertations and Theses

Published this week by Sage: The Handbook of Digital Dissertations and Theses. It’s intended for research students or any student (Masters, undergraduate too) undertaking a dissertation or thesis, and who wants to consider the implications of the digital turn. There … Continue reading

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Enid Blyton, educationalist

I really thought I had seen the last of Enid Blyton (1897-1968) when my youngest gave her precious set of Noddy books and her collection of Famous Five, Malory Towers, St Clare’s etc. series to the local charity shop saying … Continue reading

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Isabel Fry “warts and all”

I was tickled to find this entry in Isabel Fry’s diary; Ap 14. 41 <…> Henry Wilmslow left this p.m. I have sat pretty steadily for him & he has made a soft filmy drawing of a very peculiar, unpleasant … Continue reading

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London 2012 Olympic Games

The London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games are being held in the period from 27 July to 9 September in venues in London and around the country. The Media Transport Hub for the Olympic Games (but not the Paralympics) will … Continue reading

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From the IOE to world politics

Just a quick one before I forget. This afternoon I found a file on a man named Abubakar Tafewa Balewa. Abubakar was a student at the IOE Colonial Department, 1945-1946. I started cataloguing the file from the back (oldest item) … Continue reading

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