Publisher: The British Library Board
The eBLJ is the journal of scholarly research into the contents and history of the British Library and its collections. It is the successor to the British Library Journal, which appeared in twenty-five volumes between 1975 and 1999.
Its purpose is to advance knowledge of the British Library’s collections by demonstrating their wealth and the ways in which they are used by researchers.
Contributions are welcomed from scholars outside the Library, though contributors should note the eBLJ does not publish articles on information science or book reviews. New articles are added to the eBLJ at intervals throughout the year.
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