College, University and Adult Learners
Why not bring your students to Bishopsgate Library to study original material related to your course?
The Library's collection strengths are London history and the early labour, freethought, humanist and co-operative movements.
- the changing East End through maps, photographs and newspaper cuttings, with a focus on either poverty or immigration
- London through guidebooks
- The Reform League
- Campaigns of the British Humanist Association
- Co-operation in 20th century London
Please use the Collections link to find out more about our collections and other topics you wish to explore.
We can also run a general introduction to the Library and a session on how to use archives.
To find out more or to book a tour or workshop please contact Elizabeth Pinel on 020 7392 9274 or by email.
Workshops can be booked for up to 2 hours, maximum 25 students.
Suggested donations of £35 per group.
Talks and study days
We also hold a number of talks each term on topics inspired by the collections, plus one study day per term. Details of these events are available in the Events section of our website.