Jo Caruth of RESCUE, the British Archaeological Trust, writes about why anyone with an interest in history should be concerned about the long-term impact of cuts to local government archaeological services
Amid growing concern about the future of the Women’s Library at London Metropolitan University, Gemma Romain – last year’s Vera Douie Fellow at the library – reflects on the unique value of its holdings, and the urgent need to safeguard these collections
Information about the history and possible closure of the Women’s and the TUC Libraries at London Metropolitan University, and how you can help the campaign
Discussion of a History Workshop Journal feature on ‘Coalition Cuts’, threats to archives and their repositories, urging academics, in particular, to champion libraries and archives within their own institutions
Reactions to news that history and other arts and humanities subjects are to be axed at the London Metropolitan University (formerly the University of North London and Polytechnic of North London), after having been taught there for over 50 years.