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McCleery, A. (2009, October). The Empire of books: reviewing the march of globalisation. Presented at 7th International Conference of the Book, University of Edinburgh
The relationship between trade, political and cultural sovereignty, legal infrastructures and language lies at the core of this paper. Previous accounts of this relationship h...
McCleery, A., McCleery, A., Gunn, L. & Hill, D. (2008). Intangible cultural heritage in Scotland: the way forward.
The research leading to this report was commissioned by Museums Galleries Scotland in partnership withScottishArts Council and funded by Scotland Committee of the UK NAtional ...
McCleery, A. (2009, October). One nation, many cultures: ICH in Scotland
McCleery, A. (2009, October). The Changing context of UK obscenity: the case of Cain's Book. Paper presented at Reading, Rebellion and Revolution: Book History in the 1960's, Edinburgh Napier University
Gunn, L., McCleery, A., McCleery, A., & Hill, D. (2008). On the peripheries of a periphery: intangible cultural heritage in Scotland. In R. Jarazo Alvarez, & L. M. Montero Ameneiro (Eds.), Periphery and Centre IV, 107-113. Universidade da Coruna
McCleery, A., McCleery, A., Gunn, L. & Hill, D. (2008). Scoping and mapping intangible cultural heritage in Scotland: final report. Museums Galleries Scotland. , 1-55
The intangible cultural heritage (ICH) of Scotland requires to be accorded a
status which is equal to that of the material culture of Scotland. If this is not
currently the ca...
Gunn, L., & McCleery, A. (2009). Wasps in a jam jar: Scottish literary magazine and political culture 1979-1999. In A. McNair, & J. Ryder (Eds.), Further from the frontiers: crosscurrents in Irish and Scottish studies
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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