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Special Collections: Reid

History of Education Sources

About the Collection

Louis Arnaud Reid (1895-1986) came to the Institute of Education in 1947 as Britain's first Professor of the Philosophy of Education, a position he held until his retirement in 1962, after which he continued to teach students in the Institute's Art and Design Department. He wrote and lectured widely on aesthetics and the arts. Reid was a a founding member of both the Philosophy of Education Society of Great Britain and the British Society of Aesthetics.

This collection consists mainly of books, but there are substantial runs of unbound periodicals.

Size: 20 metres of shelving
Type/format: Books, periodicals
Dates: Mainly 20th century
Accrual policy: Closed

Off-site (ES)

Reference only. By prior arrangement with the Special Collections Librarian. Contact the Library Enquiry Desk in the first instance.

Unlisted collection.

Selection of works by Reid in the IOE Library

The collection of books authored by Louis Arnaud Reid and others on him can be found on the Library Catalogue.  Below is a list of selected works that have the highest citations on Google Scholar: