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McCleery, A. (2011). Modernity and nationhood: “Little Magazines” in Scotland. In Dymock, E. & McCulloch, M. P. (Eds.). Scottish & International Modernisms: Relationships and Reconfigurations, 34-46. ISBN 978-1906841072
Acsai, K., McCall, J. & McCleery, A. (2011). Malawi - a hunger for reading.
McCleery, A., McCleery, A., Gunn, L. & Hill, D. (2010). Intangible cultural heritage: living culture in Scotland - summary report.
Royal Society of Edinburgh
Visiting research fellow grant, to embed the ebook format (and ecosystem) debate into the scholarly discourse concerning similar cases (e.g. concerning video formats) and particularly their academic r...
Arts & Humanities Research Council
World War 1 At Home provides a rich collection of material, enhanced with audio and video clips, that casts new light on what was happening in the UK and Ireland during 1914 to 1918. It highlights the...
To work with cultural organisations and individuals, particularly those working in the fields of crafts, storytelling, traditional dance and music in partnership with tourism stakeholders and provider...
Gunn, L. & McCleery, A. (2008). Wasps in a jam jar: Scottish literary magazine and political culture 1979-1999. In McNair, A. & Ryder, J. (Eds.). Further from the frontiers: Crosscurrents in Irish and Scottish studiesISBN 978-1-906108-06-9
McCleery, A. (2006). Maintaining the cultural exception: publishing literature in a global marketplace. In The Book in the Low Countries, 155-180
McCleery, A. (2010). Literary heritage and intangible cultural heritage. In Amoêda, R., Lira, S. & Pinheiro, C. (Eds.). Sharing Cultures 2011: Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Intangible Heritage (Lisbon: Greenlines Institute, 2011), 501-506. ISBN 9789899567146
McCleery, A., McCleery, A., Gunn, L. & Hill, D. (2008). Intangible Cultural Heritage in Scotland - one nation, many cultures. In Lira, S. (Ed.). Sharing Cultures 2009
McCleery, A. (2001). Published in Scotland: publishing Scotland
McCleery, A. (2015). The Scottish archive of print and publishing records. History Scotland. 6.1, 28. ISSN 1475-5270
McCleery, A. (2014). The book in the long twentieth century. In The Cambridge Companion to the History of the Book, 162-180. Cambridge University Press. ISBN 978-1107625099
McCleery, A. (2013). The trial of Alexander Trocchi. In Bell, E. & Gunn, L. (Eds.). The Scottish Sixties: Reading, Rebellion, Revolution?, 135-142. Rodopi. ISBN 978-9042037267
McCleery, A. & Bold, M. R. (2011). What Is My Country? small-nation publishing. Journal of Irish and Scottish studies. 6, 115-131. ISSN 1753-2396
Fleming, L., McCleery, A. & Finkelstein, D. (2011). In a class of their own: the autodidact impulse and working class readers in twentieth century Scotland. In The History of Reading, Volume 2, evidence from the British Isles , c1750-1950, 189-205. Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 978-0230247550
In a class of their own: the autodidact impulse and working class readers in twentieth century Scotland.
Fleming, L., McCleery, A. & Finkelstein, D. (2010). In a class of their own: the autodidact impulse and working class readers in twentieth-century Scotland. In Halsey, K. & Owens, W. R. (Eds.). The History of Reading: evidence from the British Isles 1750 - 1950, 189-204. Routledge. ISBN 9780230247550
McCleery, A. (2010). Changing audiences: the case of the Penguin "Ulysses". In Allen, G., Griffin, C. & O'Connell, M. (Eds.). Readings on audience and textual materiality, 131-142. Chatto and Pickering. ISBN 978 1 84893 159 6
Research into educational publishing in Scotland, primarily through the Thomas Nelson archives at Edinburgh Napier University (SAPPHIRE project) and Edinburgh University.
Supervised a student in a res...
The contemporary globalisation of publishing, both books and magazines, represents: an increased flow of products across national borders, often superficially customised for different language groups,...
Scottish Funding Council
This proposed project is concerned with the conserving and recording of Intangible Cultural Heritage (ICH) in Scotland. ICH means the practices, representations, expressions, knowledges and skills - a...
Carnegie Trust for the Universities of Scotland
Economic and Social Research Council
'Wayzgoose' is a term formerly used in the UK (and elsewhere in the English speaking world) to describe annual social outings that were organised by unions, management and workers in the publishing an...
The study of reading and reception as social phenomena is now central to our understanding of literature, history and culture. It has become an established field within Book History. Scottish Readers ...
After years of rapid e-book market share growth, sales have slowed with its share sti...
The aim of this study is to understand the operational practices of copyright exploitation and prot...
This thesis provides a comparative analysis of the way contemporary processes of global change...
"My research aims to assess the impact that growing proficiency in English has on the European book market. More specifically, it invest...
This study uses an ethnographic approach (participant observation in conjunction with indepth group and individual inte...
My research involves the integration of elements from a variety of musical styles, with special emphasis on jazz and classical styles, i...
The Scottish publishing and printing industries in the nineteenth century left many documentary traces, but most research on the p...