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Special Collections Exhibitions

Sleeping Beauty and Mother Bunch: female figures in 18th century chapbooks ›
Hidden voices of Empire › Voyage to Madagascar: Thomas Locke Lewis and the Anglo-Merina Treaty of 1817 › Representing the unfamiliar: Photography in the British Empire 1866-1938 › The printed page › Incunabula › Parkinson of the disease › Revolution! › Young's Essay on Tobago › 'The very age and body of the time': Shakespeare's world › West of Suez: Britain and the Mediterranean, 1704-1967 › The nearest run thing you ever saw: the Battle of Waterloo › The great leveller: humanity's struggle against infectious disease › Fruits of the earth: plants in the service of mankind › From woodcut to photograph: techniques of book illustration › Imperial designs: technology and empire in the 19th century › Ploughing the sea: Latin America observed › The Ethiopic Psalter of 1513 › Learning from Lister › Byron & politics: ‘born for opposition’ › Dickens, Scrooge and the Victorian poor › Charles Dickens: a writing lifetime › ‘A brighter Hellas’: rediscovering Greece in the 19th century › 'To make a good one better': translating the Bible › ‘The paradise of the world’: conflict and society in the Caribbean › To scrutinize the whole of Nature: The Royal Society and its fellows 1660-1730 › Nightingale and hospital design › Mind Matters: neuroscience and psychiatry › I speak of Africa › John Eliot's Genesis of 1655 › Highlights of the FCDO periodicals collection ›
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