the following is a space where our community can leave useful research resources for one another…
How to write a book review. http://www.wendybelcher.com/writing-advice/how-to-write-book-review
How to publish a journal article. http://www.wendybelcher.com/writing-advice/writing-your-journal-article-in-twelve/
H-Net – Humanities-network commons
Hosting over 300 mailing lists the H-Net commons distributes academic opportunities, book reviews etc. https://networks.h-net.org/.
It’s worth signing up for h-announce (which is general announcements), and other lists depending on your topics – H-Sci-med-tech, H-med-anthro and h-film are all worth checking.
https://easst.net/easst_eurograd/ EASST–EUROGRAD is a mailing list intended to facilitate a European network of scholars of all levels in the broad field of Science and Technology Studies. The list serves to announce scholarly events, calls, job openings and the like.
Life in Plymouth
Lucy Davies’ “Lucy Ligger” calendar provides a very useful listings for events such as gigs, openings and lectures in Plymouth. Subscribe using Google-Calendar here:https://calendar.google.com/calendar?cid=bHVjeWxpZ2dlckBnbWFpbC5jb20
Finding Materials Online
https://monoskop.org/Monoskop Monoskop is a wiki for the arts, media and humanities. Many texts are listed and their locations online with articles on major thinkers and themes.
https://archive.org/index.php The Internet Archive, many items out of copyright, also audio and video material.