Queen Mary, University of London, Library

Main Library,
Mile End Road,
London E1 4NS

Approx, 40,000 volumes. The stock covers in particular British and European history, including economic and social aspects. The Medieval period is a particular strength, as is the history of East London. Other areas of interest include United States history and film history.

People's Palace Archive; extensive Westfield college archives which have proved of interest to students of women's education; a large collection of letters to and from Sir Neville Lyttelton and his wife and family; an extensive collection of works, including some contemporary memoirs, on the counter-revolutionary revolt in the Vendée. All of the above may be consulted by arrangement.

Women at Queen Mary: a virtual exhibition available at www.women.qmul.ac.uk. A celebration of women as students, teachers and graduates from 1850 to the present day. 

16th-17th Century
18th-19th Century
20th Century
21st Century
Administrative history
Ancient history
Art and Architecture
Byzantine history
Cultural history
Demography and Ethnicity
Digital history
Ecclesiastical and Religious history
Economic history
Environmental history
Gender history
Historical geography
Historiography (inc Philosophy of history)
Holocaust and Genocide
Imperial and Colonial
Intellectual history
International history
Legal history
Local and Regional history
Military/Naval history
Oral history
Palaeography and Diplomatic
Political history
Science and Technology
Social history
Urban history
Asia and Middle East
Australasia and Pacific
Britain and Ireland
Latin America and West Indies
Middle East
North America