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Dr Susie West

Dr Susie West

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Dr Susie West

Dr Susie West

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Dr Susie West's research

Susie West (2016-05-22) Finding Wroth's Loughton Hall, In Sidney Journal 1(34)

Susie West (2015-08) Looking back from 1700: problems in locating the country house library, Manchester University Press

Susie West (2015) 'Penshurst Place and Leicester House'(1), Ashgate

Susie West (2013-12) An architectural typology for the early modern country house library, 1660-1720, In Library 4(14)

Susie West (2013-10) ‘Life in the library’, Manchester University Press

Susie West (2010) Heritage and class, Manchester University Press and The Open University

Susie West (2009-07) The English Country House Chapel: Building a Protestant Tradition, by Annabel Ricketts, In Journal of British Studies 3(48)

Susie West (2008) Hardwick Old Hall, English Heritage

Susie West (2003-07) An overlooked inventory for Blickling Hall, Norfolk, In Library History 2(19)

Susie West (2002) Studies and status: spaces for books in seventeenth-century Penshurst Place, Kent, In Transactions of the Cambridge Bibliographical Society 3(12)

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