Category Archives: News

You said, we did!

The team at Nuffield College Library are always working to improve the library, ensuring that it is both a physically comfortable space to work in and that the service we provide meets the needs of our readers. The library whiteboard … Continue reading

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World Book Day 2017

To celebrate World Book Day 2017, the library team have written about the books we are currently reading when we’re not at work. We hope our choices will inspire you to get reading and to share your current reads with … Continue reading

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EU referendum: helpful sources of information

With just over a month to go before the EU referendum and both sides of the campaign issuing conflicting facts, figures & claims, here are just a selection of the sources available to help keep up to date and informed. Organisations … Continue reading

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General Election 2015: resources

As the race to the 2015 General Election begins in earnest, we have compiled a selection of online resources for keeping up to date with election news, analysis and predictions: Conversation election 2015 – The Conversation is an independent source … Continue reading

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Jane Bown 1925-2014

Jane Bown was best known for her work as a portrait photographer for the Observer. Her signature style was black and white, using natural light to striking effect. In 1992, Nuffield College commissioned her to take portraits of all its … Continue reading

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“Churchill’s Bomb” by Graham Farmelo

Yesterday saw the publication of “Churchill’s Bomb”, a new book by biographer Graham Farmelo. When researching the book Graham consulted the papers of Frederick Lindemann (Viscount Cherwell) which are held at Nuffield College Library. Lindemann was a scientific advisor to … Continue reading

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