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The Gale Review is a digital humanities blog for researchers and librarians worldwide.

Throughout the blog, Gale’s publishing teams, archivists, guest academics and student ambassadors unearth fascinating primary sources that have yet to be studied – or explore frequently studied topics from exciting new angles.

New ECCO Experience and Advanced Search Updates Launching on December 18, 2020

New ECCO Experience and Advanced Search Updates Launching on December 18, 2020

│By Megan Sullivan, Gale Primary Sources Product Manager│ We are thrilled to announce that on Friday, December 18, 2020, Gale...
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Looking for Help Tackling Tough Academic Works? Try These Study Tips.

Looking for Help Tackling Tough Academic Works? Try These Study Tips.

│By Ellen Grace Lesser, Gale Ambassador at the University of Exeter│ We all do more online today than ever before....
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How I Survived Studying in Lockdown – and You Can Too

How I Survived Studying in Lockdown – and You Can Too

│By Emily Priest, Digital Marketing MA student at the University of Portsmouth│ Deadlines. They are hard enough to deal with...
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Celebrating VE Day in 1945 and 2020

Celebrating VE Day in 1945 and 2020

│By Megan Bowler, Gale Ambassador at the University of Liverpool│ With Remembrance Day events looking a little different in the...
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‘Little Sure Shot of the Wild West’ – The Life and Legacy of Annie Oakley

‘Little Sure Shot of the Wild West’ – The Life and Legacy of Annie Oakley

│By Eloise Sinclair, Gale Ambassador at Durham University│ In July 1889, Mr. Russell Harrison, the son of US President Benjamin...
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The Might of Marketing – How Digital Marketing Engulfed Society in Three Decades

The Might of Marketing – How Digital Marketing Engulfed Society in Three Decades

│By Emily Priest, Digital Marketing MA student at the University of Portsmouth│ Today, digital marketing is unavoidable. Even if you...
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Birth Control: A History in Women’s Voices

Birth Control: A History in Women’s Voices

│By Rebecca Bowden, Associate Acquisitions Editor, Gale Primary Sources│ Earlier this year Gale launched Voice and Vision, the second part...
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Ngiam Tong-Fatt’s Essays Provide Great Insight into Mid-Twentieth Century Southeast Asia

Ngiam Tong-Fatt’s Essays Provide Great Insight into Mid-Twentieth Century Southeast Asia

│By Rebecca Chiew, Associate Editor with the Gale Asia Publishing Team│ Ngiam Tong-fatt (嚴崇發 1917–?) was an overseas Chinese living in...
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The Phantom of Popularity

The Phantom of Popularity

│By Evelyn Moran, Gale Ambassador at the National University of Ireland Galway│ Most of us grow up watching musicals on...
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History Lecturer uses Gale Primary Sources to Research Spanish National Pride

History Lecturer uses Gale Primary Sources to Research Spanish National Pride

│By Pauli Kettunen, Gale Ambassador at the University of Helsinki│ As I have previously emphasised here on The Gale Review,...
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