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The Gale Review is our international blog where you can meet our publishing teams, archivists, guest academics and student ambassadors as they unearth fascinating primary sources that have yet to be studied – or explore frequently studied topics from exciting new angles.

Liverpool’s Chinatown

Liverpool’s Chinatown

│by Constance Lam, Gale Ambassador at the University of Durham│ Constructed in 2000, the Liverpool Chinese Arch remains an important...
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From Rise to Red Top: The Role of the Mirror in Shaping British Journalism

From Rise to Red Top: The Role of the Mirror in Shaping British Journalism

│By Rebecca Bowden, Associate Acquisitions Editor, Gale Primary Sources│ From its inception in 1903, the Mirror has played a pivotal...
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The Wall Street Crash – An Enduring Comparison

The Wall Street Crash – An Enduring Comparison

│By Pollie Walker, Gale Ambassador at the University of Liverpool | My plan is to become a commercial solicitor, and...
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Making Digital Scholarship accessible for all – New Learning Center added to the Gale Digital Scholar Lab

Making Digital Scholarship accessible for all – New Learning Center added to the Gale Digital Scholar Lab

| By Chris Houghton, Head of Digital Scholarship, Gale International | In this blog post we’re delighted to share some...
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Humanity and Courage: Refugees and the Memory of Those Who Saved Them

Humanity and Courage: Refugees and the Memory of Those Who Saved Them

│By Rebecca Bowden, Associate Acquisitions Editor, Gale Primary Sources│ By the end of 2018, the UN reported that an unprecedented...
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The Wacky World of Early Modern Patents

The Wacky World of Early Modern Patents

│By Ellen Grace Lesser, Gale Ambassador at the University of Exeter│ The famous wizarding twins Fred and George Weasley first...
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An American Missionary with Two Motherlands: Joseph Beech and West China Union University

An American Missionary with Two Motherlands: Joseph Beech and West China Union University

│By Liping Yang, Publishing Manager, Digital Archive and eReference, Gale Asia│ Reverend Dr Joseph Beech played an instrumental role in...
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Teaching Primary Source Research Skills –  Discovering New Points of View about European and Colonised Women Using Gale’s New Archive “Voice and Vision”

Teaching Primary Source Research Skills – Discovering New Points of View about European and Colonised Women Using Gale’s New Archive “Voice and Vision”

Read moreTeaching Primary Source Research Skills – Discovering New Points of View about European and Colonised Women Using Gale’s New...
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Liberating, Stultifying or Provocative: Mary Quant’s Miniskirt

Liberating, Stultifying or Provocative: Mary Quant’s Miniskirt

│By Eloise Sinclair, Gale Ambassador at the University of Durham│ Mary Quant’s miniskirt of 1966 not only transformed the look...
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The Wrath of Mountains: Explaining Volcanic Eruptions from the Late Eighteenth Century to the Modern Day

The Wrath of Mountains: Explaining Volcanic Eruptions from the Late Eighteenth Century to the Modern Day

│By Amelie Bonney, Gale Ambassador at the University of Oxford│ On December 9, 2019, the deadly volcanic eruption of Mount...
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