Dr Iain Beavan

  • Honorary Research Fellow (School of Critical Studies)

Publications

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2021

Beavan, I. (2021) Aberdeen before the eighteenth century. In: Mann, A. and Mapstone, S. (eds.) The Edinburgh History of the Book in Scotland, Vol. 1: Mediaeval to 1707. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh. ISBN 9780748625048 (In Press)

2019

Beavan, I. (2019) Chapbooks, cheap print, Burns and Tannahill in the nineteenth century. Scottish Literary Review, 11(2), pp. 59-79.

Beavan, I. (2019) Lines of defence: thoughts on Scottish chapbook title-page woodcuts and their functions. Publishing History, 81, pp. 41-95.

2017

Beavan, I. (2017) The decline and fall of the Scottish chapbook: an overview. In: Atkinson, D. and Roud, S. (eds.) Street Literature of the Long Nineteenth Century: Producers, Sellers, Consumers. Cambridge Scholars Publishing: Newcastle upon Tyne, pp. 154-192. ISBN 9781443894999

Beavan, I. (2017) Burns and chapbooks: a bibliographer's twilight zone. Studies in Scottish Literature, 43(2), pp. 321-327.

2015

Beavan, I. (2015) The chapbooks and broadsides of James Chalmers III, printer in Aberdeen: some re-discoveries and initial observations on his woodcuts. Journal of the Edinburgh Bibliographical Society, 10, pp. 29-86.

Beavan, I. (2015) Marischal College Library, Aberdeen, in the nineteenth century: An overview. Library and Information History, 31(4), pp. 258-279. (doi: 10.1080/17583489.2016.1145858)

2012

Beavan, I. (2012) Aberdeen and the North-east. In: Brown, S. W. and McDougall, W. (eds.) The Edinburgh History of the Book in Scotland, Vol. 2: Enlightenment and Expansion 1707–1800. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, pp. 166-176. ISBN 9780748619122

Beavan, I. (2012) The pamphlet. In: Brown, S. W. and McDougall, W. (eds.) The Edinburgh History of the Book in Scotland, Vol. 2: Enlightenment and Expansion 1707–1800. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, pp. 382-389. ISBN 9780748619122

Beavan, I. (2012) Who was Dr James Fraser of Chelsea? In: Hinks, J. and Day, M. (eds.) From Compositors to Collectors: Essays on Book-trade History. Series: Print networks, 11. Oak Knoll Press ; British Library: New Castle, Del. ; London, pp. 21-233. ISBN 9780712358729

2011

Beavan, I., Davidson, P. and Stevenson, J. (Eds.) (2011) The Library and Archive Collections of the University of Aberdeen: an Introduction and Description. Manchester University Press with The University of Aberdeen: Manchester. ISBN 9780719087882

Stevenson, J., Beavan, I. and Davidson, P. (2011) The Breviary of Aberdeen. Journal of the Edinburgh Bibliographical Society, 6, pp. 11-42.

2009

Beavan, I. (2009) Forever provincial?: A North British lament. In: Hinks, J., Armstrong, C. and Day, M. (eds.) Periodicals and Publishers: The Newspaper and Journal Trade, 1750-1914. Series: Print networks (10). Oak Knoll Press ; British Library: New Castle, Del. ; London, pp. 1-20. ISBN 9780712350747

Beavan, I. and McDougall, W. (2009) The Scottish book trade. In: Suarez, M. F. and Turner, M. L. (eds.) The Cambridge History of the Book in Britain, Vol. 5: 1695-1830. Series: The Cambridge history of the book in Britain. Cambridge University Press: 1094, pp. 352-365. ISBN 9780521810173 (doi: 10.1017/CHOL9780521810173.018)

2007

Beavan, I. (2007) Bookselling. In: Bell, B. (ed.) The Edinburgh History of the Book in Scotland, Vol. 3: Ambition and Industry, 1800-80. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, pp. 123-140. ISBN 9780748617791

2006

Beavan, I. (2006) Printing for the British publishing industry: the rise and fall of Aberdeen University Press. Journal of the Edinburgh Bibliographical Society, 1, pp. 20-40.

2005

Beavan, I. (2005) John Murray, Richard Griffin and Oliver & Boyd: some supplementary observations. In: Hinks, J. and Armstrong, C. (eds.) Printing Places: Locations of Book Production & Distribution Since 1500. Series: Print networks (7). Oak Knoll Press ; British Library: New Castle, Del. ; London, pp. 147-151. ISBN 9781584561651

Beavan, I. and Benson, C. (2005) "Your Side of the Water”: Nineteenth-century Scottish publishers and their wholesale trade with Dublin. Long Room, 50-51, pp. 22-40.

2004

Beavan, I. (2004) Staying the course: the ‘Edinburgh Cabinet Library’, 1830-1844. In: Isaac, P. C.G., McKay, B., Hinks, J. and Bell, M. (eds.) Light on the Book Trade: Essays in Honour of Peter Isaac. Oak Knoll Press ; British Library: New Castle, Del. ; London, pp. 141-152. ISBN 9781584560852

2001

Beavan, I. M. (2001) 'What constitutes the crime which it is your pleasure to punish so mercilessly?': Scottish booksellers' societies in the nineteenth century. In: Isaac, P. C.G. and McKay, B. (eds.) The Moving Market: Continuity and Change in the Book Trade. Series: Print networks (5). Oak Knoll Press: New Castle, Del., pp. 71-82. ISBN 9781584560524

2000

Beavan, I. (2000) Advertising judiciously: Scottish nineteenth-century publishers and the British market. In: Isaac, P. C.G. and McKay, B. (eds.) The Mighty Engine: The Printing Press and its Impact. St. Paul's Bibliographies: Winchester, pp. 69-78. ISBN 9781873040614

This list was generated on Wed Dec 1 11:45:16 2021 GMT.
Number of items: 21.

Articles

Beavan, I. (2019) Chapbooks, cheap print, Burns and Tannahill in the nineteenth century. Scottish Literary Review, 11(2), pp. 59-79.

Beavan, I. (2019) Lines of defence: thoughts on Scottish chapbook title-page woodcuts and their functions. Publishing History, 81, pp. 41-95.

Beavan, I. (2017) Burns and chapbooks: a bibliographer's twilight zone. Studies in Scottish Literature, 43(2), pp. 321-327.

Beavan, I. (2015) The chapbooks and broadsides of James Chalmers III, printer in Aberdeen: some re-discoveries and initial observations on his woodcuts. Journal of the Edinburgh Bibliographical Society, 10, pp. 29-86.

Beavan, I. (2015) Marischal College Library, Aberdeen, in the nineteenth century: An overview. Library and Information History, 31(4), pp. 258-279. (doi: 10.1080/17583489.2016.1145858)

Stevenson, J., Beavan, I. and Davidson, P. (2011) The Breviary of Aberdeen. Journal of the Edinburgh Bibliographical Society, 6, pp. 11-42.

Beavan, I. (2006) Printing for the British publishing industry: the rise and fall of Aberdeen University Press. Journal of the Edinburgh Bibliographical Society, 1, pp. 20-40.

Beavan, I. and Benson, C. (2005) "Your Side of the Water”: Nineteenth-century Scottish publishers and their wholesale trade with Dublin. Long Room, 50-51, pp. 22-40.

Book Sections

Beavan, I. (2021) Aberdeen before the eighteenth century. In: Mann, A. and Mapstone, S. (eds.) The Edinburgh History of the Book in Scotland, Vol. 1: Mediaeval to 1707. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh. ISBN 9780748625048 (In Press)

Beavan, I. (2017) The decline and fall of the Scottish chapbook: an overview. In: Atkinson, D. and Roud, S. (eds.) Street Literature of the Long Nineteenth Century: Producers, Sellers, Consumers. Cambridge Scholars Publishing: Newcastle upon Tyne, pp. 154-192. ISBN 9781443894999

Beavan, I. (2012) Aberdeen and the North-east. In: Brown, S. W. and McDougall, W. (eds.) The Edinburgh History of the Book in Scotland, Vol. 2: Enlightenment and Expansion 1707–1800. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, pp. 166-176. ISBN 9780748619122

Beavan, I. (2012) The pamphlet. In: Brown, S. W. and McDougall, W. (eds.) The Edinburgh History of the Book in Scotland, Vol. 2: Enlightenment and Expansion 1707–1800. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, pp. 382-389. ISBN 9780748619122

Beavan, I. (2012) Who was Dr James Fraser of Chelsea? In: Hinks, J. and Day, M. (eds.) From Compositors to Collectors: Essays on Book-trade History. Series: Print networks, 11. Oak Knoll Press ; British Library: New Castle, Del. ; London, pp. 21-233. ISBN 9780712358729

Beavan, I. (2009) Forever provincial?: A North British lament. In: Hinks, J., Armstrong, C. and Day, M. (eds.) Periodicals and Publishers: The Newspaper and Journal Trade, 1750-1914. Series: Print networks (10). Oak Knoll Press ; British Library: New Castle, Del. ; London, pp. 1-20. ISBN 9780712350747

Beavan, I. and McDougall, W. (2009) The Scottish book trade. In: Suarez, M. F. and Turner, M. L. (eds.) The Cambridge History of the Book in Britain, Vol. 5: 1695-1830. Series: The Cambridge history of the book in Britain. Cambridge University Press: 1094, pp. 352-365. ISBN 9780521810173 (doi: 10.1017/CHOL9780521810173.018)

Beavan, I. (2007) Bookselling. In: Bell, B. (ed.) The Edinburgh History of the Book in Scotland, Vol. 3: Ambition and Industry, 1800-80. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, pp. 123-140. ISBN 9780748617791

Beavan, I. (2005) John Murray, Richard Griffin and Oliver & Boyd: some supplementary observations. In: Hinks, J. and Armstrong, C. (eds.) Printing Places: Locations of Book Production & Distribution Since 1500. Series: Print networks (7). Oak Knoll Press ; British Library: New Castle, Del. ; London, pp. 147-151. ISBN 9781584561651

Beavan, I. (2004) Staying the course: the ‘Edinburgh Cabinet Library’, 1830-1844. In: Isaac, P. C.G., McKay, B., Hinks, J. and Bell, M. (eds.) Light on the Book Trade: Essays in Honour of Peter Isaac. Oak Knoll Press ; British Library: New Castle, Del. ; London, pp. 141-152. ISBN 9781584560852

Beavan, I. M. (2001) 'What constitutes the crime which it is your pleasure to punish so mercilessly?': Scottish booksellers' societies in the nineteenth century. In: Isaac, P. C.G. and McKay, B. (eds.) The Moving Market: Continuity and Change in the Book Trade. Series: Print networks (5). Oak Knoll Press: New Castle, Del., pp. 71-82. ISBN 9781584560524

Beavan, I. (2000) Advertising judiciously: Scottish nineteenth-century publishers and the British market. In: Isaac, P. C.G. and McKay, B. (eds.) The Mighty Engine: The Printing Press and its Impact. St. Paul's Bibliographies: Winchester, pp. 69-78. ISBN 9781873040614

Edited Books

Beavan, I., Davidson, P. and Stevenson, J. (Eds.) (2011) The Library and Archive Collections of the University of Aberdeen: an Introduction and Description. Manchester University Press with The University of Aberdeen: Manchester. ISBN 9780719087882

This list was generated on Wed Dec 1 11:45:16 2021 GMT.