Monthly Archives: February 2005

Bangor University Library – worrying news?


No sooner had the thought crossed my mind, while I sat in Senate House Library last week, that great collections such as these may soon be endangered by investment in online learning, than news of staff cuts at Bangor University … Continue reading Continue reading

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Institutional Racism & Swanilda’s Friends


Another day at the University of London Library [see earlier post on Czerny], this time, to retrieve some dances from Tchaikovsky’s opera Cherevichki which were used in Cranko’s Onegin. I only know that because on a recent trip to Westminster … Continue reading Continue reading

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