Tuesday, 16 August 2016

My Publications etc.

There are a few places online where my various scholarly “outputs” (i.e., my essays, editorial and other projects) can be found, but I do not have much control of the scope, referencing style or arrangement on these pages, so I will use this page to index my publications etc., and will provide links to those publications, add notes and various details as I can find them.

Publications appear in reverse chronological order, essays (book chapters and articles) combined with books (edited and authored), reviews and other writings, and with separate listings for chapters, volumes and series edited by me. I have linked to various sites for copies of these publications, in the sequence: publisher's website; Monash Research repository, and Academic.com. For a shorter listing of my publications, see the publications section of my Monash researcher profile here.


Since 2015 and Forthcoming

Spedding, P., and P. Pereyra, “The Encyclopædia Britannica and The Huon Mechanics’ Institute Library,” in Marginal Notes: Social Reading and the Literal Margins, edited by Patrick Spedding, Paul Tankard and Mia Goodwin ([forthcoming in 2019]).

Spedding, P., “The Availability of Haywood’s Works, Editing and Issues of Bibliography,” in Approaches to Teaching Eliza Haywood, edited by Tiffany Potter ([forthcoming in 2018]).

Spedding, P., “Patrick Kearney, The Private Case: A Supplement” [Book Review], The Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America ([forthcoming in 2018]).

Spedding, P., “Mark R. Godburn, Nineteenth-Century Dust-Jackets” [Book Review], Script and Print ([forthcoming in 2018]).

Spedding, P., and T. Marlowe, “The Adventures of An Irish Smock: A Lost It-Narrative, Found,” Notes and Queries, vol. 65 ([forthcoming September 2018]). Draft on Academia.com.

Spedding, P., The Private Case. Foxcroft Lecture on Bibliography and Book History for 2016 (Melbourne: Ancora Press, Monash University in association with the State Library of Victoria, [forthcoming early in 2018]).

Spedding, P., “The Callous Appetites of Debauched Readers: Edmund Curll and The Potent Ally,” Journal of the History of Sexuality, vol. 27, issue 1 ([January 2018]): 1–31. [DOI: 10.7560/JHS27101]. PDF of late draft on Academia.com.

Spedding, P., “A List of My Books: A Detailed Analysis of a 1730s Personal Library,” Script and Print, vol. 41, no. 2 (2017 [forthcoming]).

Spedding, P., “Imagining Eliza Haywood,” Eighteenth-Century Fiction, vol. 29, no. 3 ([northern] Spring 2017]): 345–72. [DOI: 10.3138/ecf.29.3.345]. PDF on Monash Research; and a late draft on Academia.com.

Spedding, P., P. Watt and D. B. Scott, eds., Cheap Print and Popular Song in the Nineteenth Century: A Cultural History of the Songster (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2017).

Spedding, P., P. Watt and D. B. Scott, “Cheap Print and Popular Song in the Nineteenth Century,” in Cheap Print and Popular Song in the Nineteenth Century: A Cultural History of the Songster, edited by Paul Watt, Derek B. Scott and Patrick Spedding (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2017).

Spedding, P., “Unfortunate Delays in Publishing the Bibliothèque Britannique,” Script and Print, vol. 40, no. 3 (2016): 154–73. PDF on Monash Research; and on Academia.com.

Spedding, P., “Twice-Told Tales in Eliza Haywood’s Leonora Meadowson,” Notes and Queries, vol. 63, no. 4 (8 October 2016): 619–22. [DOI: 10.1093/notesj/gjw212]. Available via OUP; draft will be posted on Academia.com 8 October 2018.

Spedding, P.,“Eliza Haywood, The Invisible Spy, edited by Carol Stewart” [Book Review], Women's Writing, vol. 23, no. 4 (1 October 2016): 556–58. [DOI: 10.1080/09699082.2016.1179839].

Spedding, P., “A Postscript on Thomas Gardner’s Printing,” Script and Print, vol. 40, no. 1 (May 2016): 43–45. PDF on Academia.com.

Spedding, P., “Thomas Gardner’s ornament stock: A Checklist,” Script and Print, vol. 39, no. 2 (May 2015): 69–111. PDF on Monash Research; and Academia.com.

Spedding, P., “Thomas, Lucy and Henry Lasher Gardner, Opposite St. Clement’s Church in the Strand, 1739–1805,” Script and Print, vol. 39, no.1 (February 2015): 21–58. PDF on Monash Research; and on Academia.com.


2010–14

Spedding, P., and A. Poletti, “Introduction: Revealing the Reader,” Australian Humanities Review, vol. 56 (2014): 25–26. Copy on publisher’s site; and on Monash Research.

Spedding, P., “Eliza Haywood’s Eighteenth-Century Readers in Pennsylvania and New York,” Australian Humanities Review, vol. 56 (May 2014): 69–120. Copy on publisher’s site; and on Academia.com.

Spedding, P., “Eliza Haywood’s Eighteenth-Century Readers in Pennsylvania and New York: Appendixes,” Australian Humanities Review, vol. 56 (May 2014): 95–120. PDF on publisher’s site; on Monash Research; and on Academia.com.

Spedding, P., “Cancelled Errata in John Buncle, Junior, Gentleman,” Script and Print, vol. 38, no. 2 (May 2014): 115–21. PDF on Monash Research; and on Academia.com.

Spedding, P.,“The Strawberry Hill Press and Its Printing House: An Account and an Iconography” [Book Review], Script and Print, vol. 37, no. 1 (March 2013): 45–47. Copy on Academia.com.

Spedding, P.,“The Nature and Uses of Eighteenth-Century Book Subscription Lists” [Book Review], Script and Print, vol. 36, no. 1 (February 2012): 53–54. Copy on Academia.com.

Spedding, P., “‘The New Machine’: Discovering the limits of ECCO,” Eighteenth-Century Studies, vol. 44, no. 4 ([northern] Summer 2011): 437–53. PDF on Monash Research; and Academia.com.

Spedding, P., 2011, “The Publication of Teresia Constantia Phillips’s Apology (1748–49),” Script and Print, vol. 35, no. 1 (April 2011): 23–38. PDF on Monash Research; and on Academia.com.

Spedding, P. and J. Lambert, “Fanny Hill, Lord Fanny, and the Myth of Metonymy,” Studies In Philology, vol. 108, no. 1 ([northern] Winter 2011): 108–132. PDF on Monash Research; and on Academia.com.

Spedding, P., “Eliza Haywood at the Sign of Fame,” 1650–1850: Ideas, Aesthetics and Inquiries in the Early Modern Era, vol. 18 (2011): 29–55. [DOI: 10.1353/sip.2011.0001]. PDF on Monash Research; and on Academia.com.

Spedding, P. and P. Watt, eds., Bawdy Songbooks of the Romantic Period (London: Pickering and Chatto, 2011), 4 vols.

Spedding, P. and P. Watt, “General introduction: historical, social and musical contexts of a forgotten repertory,” in Bawdy Songbooks of the Romantic Period, edited by Patrick Spedding and Paul Watt (London: Pickering and Chatto, 2011), 1.1–11.PDF on Monash Research; and on Academia.com.

Spedding, P., “The Many Mrs. Greys: Confusion and Lies about Elizabeth Caroline Grey, Catherine Maria Grey, Maria Georgina Grey, and others,” The Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, vol. 104, no. 3 (September 2010): 299–340. PDF on Monash Research; and on Academia.com.

Spedding, P. and S. Murray, conference convenors, “To Deprave and Corrupt: Forbidden, Hidden and Censored Books,” The 2010 Bibliographical Society of Australia and New Zealand conference, The Wheeler Centre for Books, Writing and Ideas at The State Library of Victoria, Melbourne, 14–16 July 2010.

Spedding, P., exhibition curator, Lewd and Scandalous Books: An exhibition of material from the Monash University Library Rare Books Collection, Monash University Library, 14 July–30 September 2010. Copy of catalogue on Monash University Library website; Monash Repository.

Spedding, P., “The Design and Printing of Ephemera in Britain and America, 1720–1920” [Book Review], Script and Print, vol. 34, no. 2 (May 2010): 119–21. Copy on Academia.com.

Spedding, P., “A Nation of Readers: The Lending Library in Georgian England” [Book Review], Script and Print, vol. 34, no. 1 (February 2010): 49–53. Copy on Academia.com.


2005–9

Spedding, P., “Lady Mary Wortley Montagu, Manuscript Publication and the Vanity of Popular Applause,” Script and Print, vol. 33, nos. 1–4 (2009): 136–60. PDF on Monash Research; and on Academia.com.

Spedding, P., “Hitler’s Private Library: The Books That Shaped His Life” [Book Review], Script and Print, vol. 32, no. 4 (2008 [issued August 2009]): 251–53. Copy on Academia.com.

Spedding, P., “The Lost Erotica of James West,” paper delivered at “The Limits of the Book [Bibliographical Society of Australia and New Zealand, 2009 Conference],” Brisbane, 22 July 2009.

Spedding, P., “Fairs, Markets and the Itinerant Book Trade” [Book Review], Script and Print, vol. 32, no. 3 (2008 [issued March 2009]): 179–81. Copy on Academia.com.

Spedding, P., “Books on the Move” [Book Review], Script and Print, vol. 32, no. 2 (2008 [issued 2009]): 112–15.

Spedding, P., “To (Not) Promote Breeding: Censoring Eliza Smith’s Complete Housewife (1727),” Script and Print, vol. 31, no. 4 (2008): 233–42. PDF on Monash Research; and on Academia.com.

Spedding, P., R. Rebecca Do Rozario et al., Conference convenors: “Vampires, Vamps and Va Va Voom: A Critical Engagement with Paranormal Romance,” Monash University, 19–20 September 2008.

Spedding, P., “Dracula (1979) as Paranormal Romance,” paper delivered at “Vampires, Vamps and Va Va Voom: A Critical Engagement with Paranormal Romance,” Monash University, 20 September 2008.

Spedding, P., “A Reading of Gay’s Fables,” Script and Print: Bulletin of the Bibliographical Society of Australia and New Zealand, vol. 30, no. 3 (2007): 181–185. PDF (poor quality) online on BSANZ website; on Monash Research; and on Academia.com.

Spedding, P., consulting ed., Whore Biographies, 1700–1825 [Pt.2], edited by Julie Peakman (London: Pickering and Chatto, 2002), 4 vols.

Spedding, P., “‘The man dear Bret that wears a condom’ and the publication of erotica in eighteenth-century London,” paper delivered at “Spaces of Print: Exploring the History of Books [Bibliographical Society of Australia and New Zealand 2007 Conference],” Hobart, 8 November 2007.

Spedding, P., “Effing and the Ineffable: or, Echoes on ECCO,” paper delivered at the “English Research Seminar Series,” Monash University, 10 September 2007.

Spedding, P., “Why Harry Potter Should—or Should Not—be Banned,” paper delivered at “After Harry: The End of a Series. A Symposium,” Monash University, 3 August 2007.

Spedding, P., “The Wiccan ‘Book of Shadows’: An Example of Oral, Manuscript, Print and Digital Distribution in the Twentieth Century,” paper delivered at Melbourne Bibliographical Circle [in collaboration with the Centre of the Book and the Bibliographical Society of Australia and New Zealand], State Library of Victoria, Melbourne, 21 June 2007.

Spedding, P., “Using Scanned Text-Bases: The Example of ECCO,” paper delivered at “Doing Research in the Library of the Twenty-first Century,” State Library of Victoria, Melbourne, 19 May 2007.

Spedding, P., “Exposing the Machine: Naughty Words (not) on ECCO,” paper delivered at “Bodies of Knowledge: Sexuality in the Archive,” Brisbane, 26 April 2007.

Spedding, P., “Measuring the Success of Haywood’s Female Spectator (1744–46),” in Fair Philosopher: Eliza Haywood and the Female Spectator, edited by Lynn Marie Wright and Donald J. Newman (Cranbury, NJ: Bucknell University Press, 2006), 193–211. PDF on Monash Research; and on Academia.com.

Spedding, P., journal ed., Script and Print, vol. 30–33 (2006–9).

Spedding, P., consulting ed., Whore Biographies, 1700–1825 [Pt.1], edited by Julie Peakman (London: Pickering and Chatto, 2006), 4 vols.

Spedding, P., “William Hatchett,” The Literary Encyclopedia (The Literary Dictionary Company, [19 July 2005]). Online here.


1999–2004

Spedding, P., A Bibliography of Eliza Haywood (London: Pickering and Chatto, 2004).

Spedding, P. and A. Pettit, eds., Eighteenth-Century British Erotica II (London: Pickering and Chatto, 2004), 5 vols.

Spedding, P., “A note on the ornament usage of Henry Woodfall,” Bibliographical Society of Australia and New Zealand Bulletin, vol. 27, nos. 1–2 (2003): 109–116. PDF (poor quality) online on BSANZ website; on Monash Research; and on Academia.com.

Spedding, P. and A. Pettit, eds., Eighteenth-Century British Erotica 1 (London: Pickering and Chatto, 2002), 5 vols.

Spedding, P., ed. The Geography and Natural History of Mid-Eighteenth-Century Erotica (London: Pickering and Chatto, 2002). Eighteenth-Century British Erotica 1, vol. 3.

Spedding, P., “Introduction,” headnotes and endnotes in Eighteenth-Century British Erotica 1 (London: Pickering and Chatto, 2002), 3.7–16; PDF on Monash Research; and on Academia.com.

Spedding, P., “Shameless Scribbler or Votary of Virtue? Eliza Haywood, Writing (and) Pornography in 1742,” in Women Writing: 1550–1750, edited by Jo Wallwork and Paul Salzman (Bundoora: Meridian, 2001), 237–51. PDF on Monash Research; and on Academia.com.

Spedding, P., consulting ed., Selected Works of Eliza Haywood II, edited by Alexander Pettit (London: Pickering and Chatto, 2001), 3 vols.

Spedding, P., “False Imprints: A Note on the Use of ‘N. Dobb’,” Bibliographical Society of Australia and New Zealand Bulletin, vol. 24, no. 2 (2000): 267–72. PDF (poor quality) online on BSANZ website; on Monash Research; and on Academia.com.

Spedding, P., consulting ed., Selected Works of Eliza Haywood I, edited by Alexander Pettit (London: Pickering and Chatto, 2000), 3 vols.

Spedding, P., “Eliza Haywood’s last (‘lost’) work: The History of Miss Leonora Meadowson (1788),” Bibliographical Society of Australia and New Zealand Bulletin, vol. 23, no.3 (1999): 131–47. PDF (poor quality) online on BSANZ website; and on Academia.com.

[UPDATED 8 February 2018]

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