Monthly Archives: September 2015

The woman at the plough

A buff cardboard cover, an old-fashioned flourished script, a title specifying that this is a textbook for girls – this book could raise some nostalgia. When you open the innocent-looking work, you are confronted with a photograph of three happy children … Continue reading

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Interesting Neighbours

Over the years I have visited other libraries in Hendon, Cambridge and Reading but recently I visited the Wiener Library for the Study of the Holocaust and Genocide (http://www.wienerlibrary.co.uk/) which is in Russell Square. The Wiener Library’s present location is … Continue reading

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My tailor-made Erasmus visit to Cologne

Last year, I took my courage and embarked abroad on my own tailor-made Erasmus study visit to Cologne. Only did I have to tailor it myself. Yet this turned out to be the biggest learning outcome. Erasmus is organised and funded … Continue reading

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