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This is your one-stop-shop for your research and study skills for social sciences, humanities and law.

If you have any questions please contact one of our librarians. The best way to contact is by e-mail.

Ask one of our friendly Social Sciences, Humanities & Law librarians.

Patricia Crosier 

Fran Porritt

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Patricia Crosier

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Fred Milton

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