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Gale is a global leader in education, learning and research resources online. We have a vast digital archive of primary sources, research databases, reference books (both eBook and print), and more. The Gale Review explores the fascinating content in these digital resources, and how it can help students and researchers just like you worldwide. And if you’re a librarian, our many posts will help show exactly how these resources can support your users.

How Might a Creative Writing Student Use Gale Primary Sources When Working With the Horror Genre?

How Might a Creative Writing Student Use Gale Primary Sources When Working With the Horror Genre?

│By Holly Kybett Smith, Gale Ambassador at the University of Portsmouth│ If you’re currently studying Creative Writing at an undergraduate...
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From Grimm to Gothic and Everything In Between: The Evolution of the Horror Genre

From Grimm to Gothic and Everything In Between: The Evolution of the Horror Genre

|By India Marriott, Gale Ambassador at the University of Nottingham| From the dawn of time, humans have been sharing stories...
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Peyote Rights, Religious Freedom and Indigenous Persecution in the Women’s Missionary Advocate Papers

Peyote Rights, Religious Freedom and Indigenous Persecution in the Women’s Missionary Advocate Papers

|By Lola Hylander, Gale Ambassador at University College London| I am a student of the History and Politics of the...
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Digital Humanities and Data Mining: The Key to Efficient Seminar Preparation

Digital Humanities and Data Mining: The Key to Efficient Seminar Preparation

│By Becca Leeland, Gale Ambassador at the University of Exeter│ Anyone that says to a humanities student ‘all you have...
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Researching the History of Emotions with Gale Primary Sources

Researching the History of Emotions with Gale Primary Sources

|By Rose O’Connor, Gale Ambassador at Maynooth University| It might take readers by surprise that the History of Emotions is...
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Knowing Your Learning Style Can Supercharge Your Studies

Knowing Your Learning Style Can Supercharge Your Studies

│By Grace Pashley, Gale Ambassador at the University of Birmingham│ Learning styles are something every teacher introduced to us at...
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How Ancient Egypt Was Presented in Nineteenth-Century Newspapers

How Ancient Egypt Was Presented in Nineteenth-Century Newspapers

│By Tamar Atkinson, Gale Ambassador at the University of Liverpool│ The nineteenth century is generally considered to be the period...
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Dissecting the Value of Photographic Histories with the Picture Post Historical Archive

Dissecting the Value of Photographic Histories with the Picture Post Historical Archive

│By Phoebe Sleeman, Gale Ambassador at Durham University│ Photographs are something we all now regularly take for granted. I have...
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Early Modern Medicine: Women’s Sexual and Reproductive Health

Early Modern Medicine: Women’s Sexual and Reproductive Health

│By Georgia Winrow, Gale Ambassador at Lancaster University│ Whilst we may think of how diseases such as the bubonic plague,...
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Student Career Advice: After University, What’s Next?

Student Career Advice: After University, What’s Next?

│By Chloe Hooper , Gale Ambassador at the University of Glasgow│ Within every new cohort of students hurtling towards graduation, there...
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Our team of passionate writers are involved in numerous areas of academia and publishing, from archivists and guest academics, to Gale’s own editors and current student ambassadors. All are keen to share valuable content such as their own study tips, or how to cope with mental health as a student, to essay advice direct from a university Lecturer. And along the way, many of our writers are unearthing fascinating primary sources that have never previously been studied!


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