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Publications for researcher: Ms Susan Reed

Chapters, essays or articles in books

TitlePrinters, publishers and proletarians: some aspects of German Book Trades in nineteenth-century London
Author(s)Susan Reed
Published inForeign-language printing in London 1500-1900, pp. 37-49
Editor(s)Barry Taylor
Publication detailsBoston Spa, The British Library, 2002 [ issued 2003 ]. ISBN: 0712311289
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TitleGerman Printers, Publishers and Booksellers in 19th century Britain
Author(s)Susan Reed
Published inMigration and Transfer from Germany to Britain 1660-1914, pp. 107-118
Editor(s)Stefan Manz, Margit Schulte Beerbuhl, John R. Davis
Publication detailsMunich, K.G. Saur, 2007. ISBN:
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TitleEntries for "Berlin","Munich" and "Weimar"
Author(s)Susan Reed
Published inBreaking the Rules: The Printed Face of the European Avant Garde 1900-1937, pp. 77-80; 120-124; 151-161 respectively
Editor(s)Stephen Bury
Publication detailsLondon, The British Library, 2007. ISBN:
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TitlePrinting the Revolution: Berlin Broadsides from 1848
Author(s)Susan Reed
Published inThe Book in Germany, pp. 101-115
Editor(s)M.C. Fisher, W.A. Kelly
Publication detailsEdinburgh, Merchiston, 2010. ISBN: 9780955356162
ShelfmarkYC.2011.a.8954
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Journal articles, published lectures, reviews

TitleThe Lanz von Liebenfels collection: a new British Library acquisition
Author(s)Susan Reed
Published inGerman Studies Library Group Newsletter, 29, pp. 8-14
Publication details, January 2001
ShelfmarkZK.9.b.1089, 4162.157380
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TitleHabet suum fatum libellus: the brief history of a book in Reformation, war and peace.
Author(s)Susan Reed
Published inGerman Studies Library Group Newsletter, 32, pp. 12-15
Publication details, July 2002
ShelfmarkZK.9.b.1089, 4162.157380
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TitleA Collection of German Occasional Verse, 1701-1743, Mostly from East Frisia
Author(s)Susan Reed
Published inElectronic British Library Journal, 2005, pp. Article 2
Publication details, 2005
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Title'Wagner und kein Ende': German Books for the 2013 Wagner Bicentenary
Author(s)Susan Reed
Published inGerman Studies Library Group Newsletter, 45, pp. 33-39
Publication details, 2013
ShelfmarkZK.9.b.1089; 4162.157380
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TitleMaterial from the Viennese revolution of 1848 in the British Library
Author(s)Susan Reed
Published inGerman Studies Library Group Newsletter, 42, pp. 18-24
Publication details, 2010
ShelfmarkZK.9.b.1089; 4162.157380
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Exhibitions

Title of exhibitionThe Gutenberg years: anniversaries of printing from 1540 to the present
Organiser(s)Susan Reed
LocationThe British Library, London, pp.
Date(s)October 2000
DescriptionA small exhibition of publications and souvenirs from five centuries commemmorating Gutenberg's discovery of printing. The different items reflect how the forms of anniversary celebration and the image of Gutenberg himself have changed over time. An online version of the exhibition is available on the British Library website.


Title of exhibitionBreaking the Rules: the Printed Face of the European Avant-Garde 1900-1937
Organiser(s)Stephen Bury (Lead Curator) and other curatorial staff from European and American Collections
LocationBritish Library, pp.
Date(s)9 November 2007 - 30 March 2008
DescriptionAn examination of how the different European Avant-Garde movements of the early 20th century used print to convey their often revolutionary messages. I was responsible for selecting and describing exhibits from Germany, particularly in the sections of the exhibition devoted to Berlin and Munich.


Title of exhibitionFriedrich Schiller 1759-1805
Organiser(s)Susan Reed & Graham Nattrass
LocationBritish Library Rare Books Reading Room, pp.
Date(s)April -June 2005
DescriptionA small display commemorating the 200th anniversary of Schiller's death and featuring examples of Schiller's works and their reception, particularly in Britain.


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