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Émilie du Châtelet, forgotten encyclopédiste?
A Voltaire Foundation blog post by Glenn Roe
Interdisciplinarity and co-authorship
TORCH Nordic Network member Leah Broad explains why we need co-authorship in the humanities
Banned Words: 'No-Treating' and the language of war-time prohibition
An 'English Words in War-Time' blog post by Professor Lynda Mugglestone
Oxford Open Doors 2015
We were joined by over 250 people to explore the history of Oxford's first hospital
Texts and contexts: the cultural legacies of Ada Lovelace
Call for papers for a graduate and early career workshop. Deadline: 18 September.
Pregnancy and Birth: Insights into 500 years of printed texts and archival photography
Valerie Worth and Janette Allotey describe the posters displayed at the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists
Celebrating 500 Years of Pregnancy and Birth
RCOG Archivist Carly Randall discusses the KE, De Partu History of Childbirth, and Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists collaboration
Professor Richard Scholar's Sabbatical at the Fondazione Giorgio Cini in Venice
Professor Richard Scholar discusses his time as a research fellow at the Fondazione Giorgio Cini in Venice
We team up with the National Trust to bring heritage and higher education together
Is HarperCollins flogging a dead horse with latest Tolkien publication?
Stuart Lee explores the controversies behind The Story of Kullervo