Brunel University London Library’s Special Collections catalogue loaded

We’re pleased to announce that the holdings of Brunel University London Library’s Special Collections have been added to Copac.

Photograph of Mural by Joe Tilson in Brunel University Library

Mural by Joe Tilson in Brunel University Library (Image copyright: Brunel University)

Special Collections at Brunel University London houses a variety of book and archival collections dating principally from the 19th century onwards, which have mostly been collected since the 1980s. They include comprehensive collections relating to transport history (particularly railways), the history of tunnelling under the English Channel, operational research and working class autobiographies. Other themes are poetry and dialect, South Asian literature, art, theatre and music, Shakespeare authorship and issues around equality and advocacy (including child protection and disability history).

To browse, or limit your search to the holdings of Brunel University London Library’s Special Collections, go to the main tab on copac.ac.uk and choose ‘Brunel University London (Special Collections)’ from the list of libraries.

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