Publications

Editor of the British Museum Society Bulletin 1969-71

Joint honorary secretary of the Hakluyt Society, 1983-97 responsible for the publication of the editions of Cook, Charts and Views (3 vols), Prutky's Travels to Ethiopia and other countries, Agatharchides of Cnidus on the Erythraean Sea, The Itinerary of Jeronimo Lobo, Jerusalem Pilgrimages, English and Irish Settlement on the Amazon 1550-1646, The journals of La Perouse 1785-88 and Richard Hakluyt’s Western Planting.

Copernicus and the new astronomy (London, 1973) Booklet to accompany an exhibition prepared with H Swiderska for the British Museum, King's Library.

My Head is a Map: essays and memoirs in honour of R.V. Tooley, edited by H.M. Wallis and S. Tyacke (London, 1973). Includes 'Mapsellers and the London map trade c. 1650-1710' by S. Tyacke.

Sir Francis Drake (London, 1977.) A commemorative catalogue prepared by H.M. Wallis, S. Tyacke, P. Higgins for the exhibition in the British Museum, King’s Library. Edited by S. Tyacke.

London Mapsellers 1660-1720 (London, 1978)

Christopher Saxton and Tudor map-making (London, 1980) for the exhibition in the British Museum ( British Library) Map Library gallery.

'English charting of the river Amazon c. 1596-1630'. In Imago Mundi, 32 (1980).

The map of Rome 1625 by Paul Maupin. A facsimile reproduction of the original in the Pepys Library, Magdalene College, Cambridge with accompanying introduction by S Tyacke. (London, 1982).

English map-making 1500-1650: historical essays. Edited with an introduction by S.Tyacke. (London, 1983).

Catalogue of maps, charts and plans in the Pepys Library, Magdalene College, Cambridge. Compiled by S Tyacke. (Catalogues of the Pepys Library vol. IV-includes also music and calligraphy- general editor Robert Latham, 1985.(Cambridge, 1989)

'Samuel Pepys as map collector' In Maps and Prints, Aspects of the English Booktrade. edited by Robin Myers and Michael Harris. (Oxford, 1984.) pp. 1-29.

Review of the history of cartography, vol. 1 by J B Harley and David Woodward. In Nature 10 Sept 1987 vol 329, no 6135.

'Intersections or disputed territory' In Word and Image, vol 4, no 2, April-June 1988. pp 571-579.

'Special collections in research libraries; problems and perspectives' In Alexandria, 2(3), 1990.

'Describing maps' In The Book Encompassed, studies in twentieth century bibliography edited by Peter Davison (Cambridge, 1992) pp. 130-141.

'Perceptions of the Public Record Office'. In The Historian no 35, Summer, 1992. pp.13-15.

‘The Archival perspective’ In Recording our changing landscape. The proceedings of the seminar on the history of our landscape held at the Royal Society on 16 Oct 1992. pp50-56. London, British Cartographic Society, 1994.

Member of the European Experts group who published under the auspices of the European Union Commission Archives in the European Union (Brussels, 1994)

‘Archives in a democratic state’. Journal of the Society of Archivists, vol 16, no 2, 1995 pp133-138.

‘Records on two sides of the world: a common future’. In Archifacts. New Zealand Archives Futures. Essays in honour of Michael Hoare. Oct 96. Wellington, New Zealand: ARANZ, 1996. pp15-30.

Paper delivered to the ICA European Board Summit on Archives, Munich, 26-27 March 1996. Published as 'The establishment of the International Council on Archives' European Archival Programme 1992-96. Journal of the Society of Archivists, vol 18, no 1, 1997 pp 93-101.

‘Continuous History or History by the yard.’ Paper delivered to the British Records Association on 3 December 1996. Archives (London, 1998) volxxiii,98,April 1998.

“From, ‘the strong box of empire’ to the pavilions of the people: archives direct 2001.” Paper presented to the Conference ‘Old Institutions - New Images’, Perth, Western Australia, John Curtin University, 1 August 1997.

Preface to Richard Dunn and Helen Wallis (ed) Globe Catalogue. ( London,1997)

‘Everybody’s archives.’ A presentation to the UKOLN conference ,Bath 30th June 1998. Published in
Proceedings in 1999.

Introduction to session II ' The citizens' access to the digital heritage,' at the European Commission conference Libraries in the information society 1999. Convergence in the digital age: challenge for libraries, museums and archives. Proceedings of a conference held in Amsterdam on 13-14 August 1998.

'E-government & Archives: impacts and issues.' paper given to University of Liverpool Feb 2000. To be published February 2002. Publication details

Chapter on English overseas chart making accepted for the History of Cartography , vol III, August 2000 for publication in 2006.

Before Empire. The English world picture in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. Annual lecture for the Hakluyt Society 2000 London: The Hakluyt Society, 2001, 3-24

Sarah Tyacke, Keeper of Public Records and Chief Executive of the Public Record Office, makes a personal record of her own abiding interest in history, maps and archives. www.historytoday.com/dm_getArticle.asp?gid=18295 Cached page

The culture and politics of archives. Archivaria ,vol. 52, 2002 .

'The new National Archives 2003' Alexandria July 2006

'Gabriel Tatton's East Indies atlas Imago mundi 2007