The Library publishes short-run publications such as exhibition catalogues, translations and facsimiles of out-of-copyright texts. They are available to purchase at the Enquiry Desk at a slight discount.
Luther, Martin, Howard Jones, Henrike Lähnemann, and Emma Huber. Ein Sendbrief vom Dolmetschen - an open letter on translating. Oxford, 2017.
"Howard Jones’s English translation is absolutely brilliant in conveying, for contemporary English-speaking readers, a sense of Luther’s personality through his idiom." - David Wells
Exhibitions in the Taylor Institution Library are held in the Voltaire Room. They are designed to showcase the Taylorian’s collections. They are on view for approximately two weeks and are not open to the general public, but can be made more visible through blog posts, exhibition catalogues, accompanying events, and social media.
The Unnatural Life at the Writing-Desk’: Women’s Writing across the Long Eighteenth Century:
‘Von der Muttersprache zur Sprachmutter’: Yoko Tawada’s Creative Multilingualism:
Futurism, Fascism and the Art of War: