- An infographic produced by UCLDH and 4Humanities has won an award
- David Ryan (UCL CDIP Archive Studies, 1987) has received an LVO for outstanding service in the New Year's Honours List. He works for the Royal Household as Director of Records.
- A blog by Molly Slight, one of our MA Publishing students, has been published on the Bookseller website.
Professor Iain Stevenson
Please note that Prof. Stevenson will be on sabbatical leave for term 1 (2013)
Research interests and expertise
Publishing & book history, publishing in Canada, open access, intellectual property, copyright law.
Since gaining a PhD at UCL in 1981 I have had extensive publishing industry experience with Longman, Macmillan, Pinter, Leicester University Press, Wiley, and The Stationery Office. I have been consultant to The British Library and London Transport Users' Committee, International IDEA, and the Australian Sustainable Tourism Publishing Company. I created the award winning MA in Publishing Studies at City University London and was Senior Tutor for Research and Professor of Publishing Studies in the Department of Journalism and Publishing there between 1999 and 2006. I 'came home' to UCL in 2006 I am active on the governing and advisory boards of the Publishers Association and the Royal Geographical Society. I founded the environmental publisher Belhaven Press in 1986.
I am a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society and have published much on the history of cartographic publishing. My current research is centred upon the history of British publishing especially scientific, technical and medical publishing and publishing in Scotland concentrating on cartography. I also research the applications of new technology in publishing, especially e-books and alternatives to the printed monograph in academic and scholarly communication.
My new book, Book Makers: British Publishing in the Twentieth Century, was published by British Library Publishing in Spring 2010.
MA(Glasgow), MA(Simon Fraser), PhD(London)
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