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Comprising a broad range of material of particular value for economic and social history, the Goldsmiths’ Library of Economic Literature contains some 70,000 printed books, pamphlets, periodicals, manuscripts, broadsides and proclamations from the fifteenth to the twentieth centuries, with particular strengths to 1850. Here you can take a quick look at the current jobs on offer. Please note: no other Library services are currently available on site in Senate House Library. or. See more of Goldsmiths Library on Facebook. See this guide for information on accessing online resources.
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1, pp. You do not need to bring your books, just your Goldsmiths ID card. Library Search includes books, e-books, articles, videos, newspaper articles, theses, open access content and more. See more of Goldsmiths Library on Facebook. Based on the library of some 30,000 items of Herbert Somerton Foxwell (1849-1936; see ODNB), an academic economist and bibliophile at London and Cambridge who described his library as as ‘a collection of books and tracts intended to serve as the basis for the study of the industrial, commercial, monetary and financial history of the United Kingdom, as well as of the gradual development of economic science generally’.
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Please note: no other The password is usually your date of birth in the format ddmmyy. Log In. Your borrowed books and av items will be automatically renewed unless they are reserved by someone else.The Library will email you if your item gets reserved to tell you when it is due back.Other items, such as headphones, board games, Inter-Library loans and laptops are not eligible for automatic renewals.Contact library (@gold.ac.uk) if you have any questions. The following databases are newly acquired or being evaluated for a future subscription. only, by advance booking) Subjects covered include economic thought, financial and monetary policy, early English and French socialism, slavery, railway history, temperance and the condition of the people. Seneca students read books they've written to Goldsmith students! Browse our library catalogue, examine our collections, and attend exhibitions. 1.1K likes.
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Rutherford Building - all seats. For an overview of the library, do a mixed classmark search on [G.L.] Dance Online: Dance Studies Collection presents the historical context of 20th and 21st century dance through 150,000 pages of exclusive photographs, correspondence, magazines, dance notation, and reference material that dissolve the distance between archive and scholar and draw dance students into the library. Full-Time/Part-Time. By email. Pick-up and drop-off: If you need help, please submit a broken link report or contact us through the LibChat or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Library Search looks for items in Goldsmiths Library collections by default, however, once you have performed a search you can use the ‘Include results from other libraries’ option to discover additional resources. Catalogued online 1995-2000 from microfilms and cards; for copy-specific information, it is necessary to consult the books themselves. Forgot account? Create New Account.
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Use the self-service machines to access your Library Account and check on your items on loan, or come to the Library Help Desk. View more information. Music Online: Music Periodicals of the 19th Century is a collection of full-text periodicals depicting American musical life from 1838 to the early 1900s through local and international news, reviews, editorials, sheet music, and advertisements. A comprehensive resource that seeks to help students, educators, researchers, designers, business professionals and the pedestrian audience learn about the intersections of fashion and race. Toggle navigation.
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Log In. Goldsmith Library Gallery Goldsmith students work with Ms. Weber on her National Geographic Educator Certification. Goldsmiths Library, London, United Kingdom. Herbert Somerton Foxwell and the Goldsmiths’ Library: A Brief History, Goldsmiths’ Library supplementary collections. See our subject guides for more specialised e-resources on your subject. Library; Using the Library; Subject Support; Special Collections; About; Contact; Electronic Resources Skip to main content. Not all Senate House Library resources are indexed by Library Search, so if you can't find a specific item using this method we would recommend searching the Senate House Library catalogue directly. Log In. Click, Collect & Return service:
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T. ‘The Goldsmiths’ Library of Economic Literature, 1903-1953’ (description of the collection; UL/1/7); MS602; MS789; MS790; MS1115; MS1166 (invoices, correspondence, etc). See more of Goldsmiths Library on Facebook. If the resource you discover is not available at Goldsmiths Library or at Senate House Library you may still be able to access it by requesting an Inter-Library Loan.
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Canney, Margaret and David Knott, Catalogue of the Goldsmiths’ Library of Economic Literature (5 vols. P Fabian Society, and [G.L.] Goldsmiths Library LibGuides E-Resources A-Z list E-Resources A-Z list. Using this button allows you to quickly check if the resource is available online or in print at Senate House Library. Log in with your Library ID number and password. Includes description of Foxwell and the library by J.H.P.
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