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A growing resource
The site contains full information about the Looking into England conference and will be updated as we find new material or receive your suggestions.

Information to read online and to print
We have aimed to put information in a form that will suit a range of needs. You can sample the entire conference report in HTML. Then, if you want to print out a complete version, we have designed a 36 page document for you to download in Adobe Acrobat's portable document format (the file is 1.19MB). This is recommended for teachers and students for use in seminars and classrooms. You can also order a free copy of British Studies Now which contains an illustrated version of the report (whilst stocks last). If you have any problems viewing or downloading pages please let us know.

Your ideas
There are two parts of the site which we would especially like your help to develop: a bibliography and set of links on the theme of English identities. Take a look at our list and then e-mail us with your suggestions or comments.

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