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UEL 2nds lose first BUCS fixture

The University of East London were defeated 4-3 in their first league game against University College of London at Memorial Park. 413 more words

Sport

Advance Notification: Changes to Opening Hours on Monday 20 and Tuesday 21 October

I just wanted to let everyone know well in advance that the UEL Archive at Docklands will be closed on Monday 20 October due to the Archivist being on annual leave.  113 more words

UEL Archives

Robert Capa: Images of War

Robert Capa’s Images of War is a fantastically interesting read, bringing together as it does images that he took throughout his tragically short career, and letters, reflections and responses written by the man himself to some of the shots that were published within the book. 418 more words

War Photography

Mid-air moments captured in striking action shots

The series is titled ‘Gravity,’ but the photos are about the leap to defy its ever present force. The single figure in each photo is depicted striking a fun pose in high-contrast black and white. 71 more words

Writings

Archive Slides from Inducation for Postgraduate MA

Further to our Archive induction session last week for postgraduate MA students on the UEL courses in Refugee Studies, Refugee Studies and Community Development, and Conflict, Displacement and Human Security, I am uploading the slides and handout for this event on this blog posting in addition to making them available via UEL Moodle. 23 more words

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Welcome to the University of East London: Archives

Welcome to the University of East London: Archives

As the new term is now officially underway, we would like to take this opportunity to highlight the Archival collections that we hold here at the University of East London and also to briefly detail the services available from the Archive. 530 more words

UEL Archives

Parking Woes

‘Twas midday on Saturday, when all through the campus
Nothing was open, note even the Edge;
The car park was empty but no one seemed to care, 100 more words