Publications

Finkelstein, David and Sydney Shep (2011) “Migration, Identity and Print Culture: Sir David Henry and the Kinleith Paper Mill.” Journal of Irish and Scottish Studies 4.1 (Autumn): 119-130. Also reproduced in The Quarterly: The Journal of the British Association of Paper Historians, 80 (October 2011): 1-6.

Fleming, Linda, David Finkelstein and Alistair McCleery (2011). “In a Class of their Own: the autodidact impulse and working class readers in twentieth-century Scotland.” In K. Halsey, S. Towheed and R. Crone, eds., The History of Reading, vol. 2: The British Isles. London: Routledge, pp. 189-204.

Finkelstein, David, Alistair McCleery and Jennie Renton (2009). An Honest Trade: Booksellers and Bookselling in Scotland. Edinburgh: John Donald.

Bromage, Sarah, David Finkelstein and Alistair McCleery (2009). “Publishing, Oral History and the SAPPHIRE Archive.” Scottish Archives 15: 91-97.

Bromage, Sarah, Alistair McCleery and David Finkelstein (2008). "The Wayzgoose: Printers' Outings in Scotland -'It really was a red letter day'." History Scotland. 8.4.

Bromage, Sarah, Alistair McCleery and David Finkelstein (2007). “‘A Most Serviceable Drudge’: The Papermills of the Water of Leith.” The Quarterly: The Journal of the British Association of Paper Historians. 63 (October): 9-16.

Finkelstein, David and Alistair McCleery, eds. (2007). The Edinburgh History of the Book in Scotland, vol. 4: Professionalism and Diversity, 1880-2000. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.

McCleery, Alistair, David Finkelstein and Sarah Bromage (2006) Papermaking on the Water of Leith. Edinburgh: Birlinn Press.

McCleery, Alistair and David Finkelstein (2005). “Archie Turnbull and Edinburgh University Press.” Journal of Scholarly Publishing. October: 33-47.

McCleery, Alistair, David Finkelstein and Sarah Bromage (2005). “Papermaking on the Water of Leith.” History Scotland. 5.2: 48-55.

McCleery, Alistair, David Finkelstein and Sarah Bromage (2004). “Of the Making of Books …: Thomas Nelson and the SAPPHIRE initiative.” International Review of Scottish Studies 29: 29-48.

Bromage, Sarah, David Finkelstein and Alistair McCleery (2002). “SAPPHIRE, Scottish Archive of Print and Publishing History Records: ‘Of the Making of Books there is no end’.” Learned Publishing 15.3 (July): 1-5

H Holmes and D Finkelstein (2001). Thomas Nelson and Sons: Memories of an Edinburgh Publishing House. Tuckwell Press.

H Holmes (1999).'The Chapel and the Workers: Aspects of Union Activities at Thomas Nelson and Sons, Edinburgh'. inConference Proceedings of Living in a Material World: An International Conference at Coventry School of Art and Design, Coventry.

H Holmes and D Finkelstein, 'SAPPHIRE: Scottish Archive of Print and Publishing History Records', By Word of Mouth: Journal of Scottish Oral History Group.

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