Monthly Archives: July 2014

More than Graffiti by CJ Leffler

When doing research (particularly at such a lowly level as I do), it is often difficult to see what impact, if any, it might have on the real world. Whilst I always fiercely rebuke friends/relatives/strangers-in-pubs who smugly accuse me of … Continue reading

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Why We Still Need to Talk About Russia by Cyd Sturgess

Cyd Sturgess is a first year PhD student in Germanic Studies. This post was originally published on her personal blog on 16 June 2014. Over the past few weeks, I’ve been lucky enough to work in some pretty impressive libraries and archives, being blown away by the determination of … Continue reading

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