Sidney E. Berger

Sidney E. Berger is an American historian and author.


He completed his BA at the University of California, Berkeley in 1965. He completed his MA at the University of Iowa in 1967.[1]

He completed his PhD at University of Iowa in 1971.[1]


He is currently a Professor of English and Communications at Simmons College. He has worked as the Head of Special Collections at the University of California, Riverside.[2]

He has served as the Ann C. Pingree Director of the Phillips Library at the Peabody Essex Museum.[1]

His books have received mostly positive reviews.[3]


His notable books are:[4]

  • Rare Books and Special Collections
  • Marbled and Paste Papers: Rosamond Loring's Recipe Book
  • Medieval English Drama: An Annotated Bibliography Of Recent Criticism
  • Edward Seymour & the Fancy Paper Company: The Story of a British Marbled Paper Manufacturer
  • The Design Of Bibliographies: Observations, References, And Examples


  1. ^ a b c [1]
  2. ^ "Sidney E. Berger - W. W. Norton & Company".
  3. ^ Sebastian, Pradeep (27 May 2017). "The new bible for biblios" – via
  4. ^ "Sidney E. Berger".

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