Category: Humanities

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Making Changes

I am now in my second year at Derby, and although we are just a few weeks in, I made a decision that I definitely didn’t expect to.  When I first looked at my...

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A Guide to The Literary Pilgrimage

Perhaps the most famous story about a pilgrimage is Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales and now literary tourism, a new form of secular pilgrimage, has now become an increasingly popular way of connecting readers with their...

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The History of the Book

With World Book Day – an annual event commissioned by UNESCO in 1995 to promote reading and publishing – being celebrated across the United Kingdom and Ireland recently (7th March), it is only fitting...