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...
Atton, C., McCleery, A., Mabweazara, H. & Ward, S. (2007). Creative Futures: Building the Creative Economy through Universities. Edinburgh, Scotland: Million+
The creative industries are founded on innovation. They are responsive, multifaceted and evolving and have developed new models of business in order to adapt and contribute to...
McCleery, A. (2009, November). The Gabler "Ulysses": commerce, copyright and composition
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...
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
McCleery, A. (2009, October). One nation, many cultures: ICH in Scotland
McCleery, A. (2009, July). The trials and travels of Lady Chatterley. Paper presented at Lady Chatterley and her Consequences Conference, University of Bristol School of Humanities
McCleery, A., & Copeland, C. (2009, June). Putting tartan in the mix: the strange case of "Gideon Mack". Paper presented at Society for the History of Authorship, Reading and Publishing Conference, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada
McCleery, A. (2001, October). Published in Scotland: publishing Scotland. Paper presented at Scottish Communication and Media Association, Universtiy of Stirling
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McCleery, A. (2018). Minding Their Own Business: Penguin in Southern Africa. Journal of Southern African Studies, 44(3), (507-519). doi:10.1080/03057070.2018.1452420. ISSN 0305-7070
The title of this essay is taken from the 1975 Penguin African Library revised edition of Antony Martin’s ‘Minding Their Own Business: Zambia’s Struggle against Western Contro...
McCleery, A. (2010). Changing audiences: the case of the Penguin "Ulysses". In G. Allen, C. Griffin, & M. O'Connell (Eds.), Readings on audience and textual materiality, 131-142. Chatto and Pickering
(2008). A. McCleery, & D. Gunn (Eds.), Landscape to light: selected essays by Neil M Gunn. Whittles
Although Neil M. Gunn is well-known as one of Scotland's foremost writers of the 20th century, he is less well-known as a perceptive and meditative essayist who wrote on a var...
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
Bromage, S., McCleery, A., & Finkelstein, D. (2008). Scotland's paper industry. In H. Williams (Ed.), 500 Years of printing in ScotlandScottish Print Archival trust
McCleery, A. (2008). Shaw and his publishers. SHARP news. 18, 18. ISSN 1073-1725
McCleery, A. (2006). Tauchnitz and Albatross: “a community of interests” in English-language paperback publishing 1934-1951. Library. 7, 297-316. doi:10.1093/library/7.3.297. ISSN 0024-2160
This article draws on a variety of archival sources to re-examine the relationship between Tauchnitz Editions and the Albatross Press from 1934 to 1951. In particular, it atte...
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
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 ...