Resources & Advice for Postgraduate Students in the History of Science, Technology and Medicine and Associated Disciplines
These pages are all about about sharing our collective knowledge and experiences with respect to postgraduate studies in HSTM and related fields – and we’re are always looking for more contributions! Please do get in touch if you have something to share, whether that be advice about using museum collections or a great resource you’ve come across in the course of your research. If you would like to express your interest in writing a c.750-word post or would like more information please contact the current BSHS Postgraduate Representative Jemma Houghton (jemma.houghton@postgrad.
By sharing and signposting content, we hope to help maintain a welcoming and accessible community in the UK and abroad.
The BSHS does not own or manage any of the resources listed below. This directory is maintained by postgraduate students, for postgraduate students, and is intended to direct scholars in the history of science towards publicly accessible resources that might be useful to them. The BSHS cannot accept responsibility for verifying the accuracy of material derived from external sources, and is not responsible for their content. Any advice given in a blog post represents the views of the author and not those of the BSHS. If you believe any part of this directory should be corrected, amended, or removed, please contact us at [email protected].
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