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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.

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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A Media and Journalism Student is Thrilled to Discover Gale!

A Media and Journalism Student is Thrilled to Discover Gale!

│By Emily Priest, Gale Ambassador at the University of Portsmouth│ In this post, Emily interviews an undergraduate student before and...
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The Data Visualisation Revolution – From Plotting Distance to Digital Humanities

The Data Visualisation Revolution – From Plotting Distance to Digital Humanities

│By Emily Priest, Digital Marketing Masters student at the University of Portsmouth│ At first glance, data visualisation and Digital Humanities...
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Canaries in the Coal Mine

Canaries in the Coal Mine

│By Amelie Bonney, Gale Ambassador at the University of Oxford│ Most of us see bright-feathered, warbling canaries as pets, yet...
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Decolonising the Curriculum with Archives Unbound

Decolonising the Curriculum with Archives Unbound

│By Megan Bowler, Gale Ambassador at the University of Liverpool│ This post explores how Gale’s Archives Unbound series can be...
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The Lesbian Avengers and the Importance of Intersectionality in LGBTQ+ Activism

The Lesbian Avengers and the Importance of Intersectionality in LGBTQ+ Activism

│By Ellen Grace Lesser, Gale Ambassador at the University of Exeter│ I was so excited to be given the opportunity...
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Somewhat Saving Summer 2020 – A Virtual Tour of Marseille

Somewhat Saving Summer 2020 – A Virtual Tour of Marseille

│by Megan Ison, Gale Ambassador at the University of Portsmouth│ After a busy exam season, students up and down the...
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