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Science Museum Lates: Unloved Collections
This post has been written by Harriet Evans. The ‘Who Cares’ AHRC research project began in late August, with the intention to recreate interest in the Science Museum’s Locks. The unloved collections included the Iron Bridge National Slag Collection and … Continue reading
The War within: finance and morality in Europe, 1630-1815
3rd-4th December 2015, University of Reading Organised by Anne Dubet (Université Blaise Pascal Clermont-Ferrand) and Joel Felix (University of Reading)Since the Global Financial Crisis of 2008, a series of scandals have shaken public confidence in the world of banking and … Continue reading
Meet Our New Members of Staff
In this Special Feature, Professor David Stack, Head of Department, introduces our new members of staff The future has never looked so bright for the study of the past at Reading. This autumn we welcome our largest intake of new … Continue reading
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