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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.

Gale Primary Sources: The Making of Modern Law Product Enhancements Launching on July 31

Gale Primary Sources: The Making of Modern Law Product Enhancements Launching on July 31

| By Megan Sullivan | We’re excited to announce our acclaimed The Making of Modern Law series will benefit from...
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Building Bridges Toward Equality

Building Bridges Toward Equality

A Statement from Gale Leadership  Earlier this month, Cengage CEO, Michael E. Hansen, issued the following statement about racial injustice in the United...
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“Whoever Expected Prophets to Agree?” – Predicting the Future One Hundred Years Ago

“Whoever Expected Prophets to Agree?” – Predicting the Future One Hundred Years Ago

│by Matthew Trenholm, Gale Ambassador at the University of Exeter│ In my last blog, I chose to focus on one...
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A Peep into Finnish War History with Gale Primary Sources

A Peep into Finnish War History with Gale Primary Sources

│by Lotta Vuorio, Gale Ambassador at the University of Helsinki│ The current circumstances caused by the global pandemic have highlighted...
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The Anniversary of the Sinking of the Titanic – Who Was Bruce Ismay?

The Anniversary of the Sinking of the Titanic – Who Was Bruce Ismay?

│by Chloe Villalon, Gale Ambassador at the National University of Ireland Galway│ Often students such as myself have a broad...
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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 Lindsey Gervais, Digital Pedagogy Specialist and Margaret Waligora, Product Manager | In this blog post we’re delighted to...
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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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