INFORMATION: THE CHECKLIST OF RECENT HARDY PUBLICATIONS on 
                               MEMBERS RESEARCH RESOURCES

         THE MOST COMPREHENSIVE BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ITS KIND, COMPILED AND
           UPDATED MONTHLY BY OVER A DOZEN HARDY SCHOLARS WORLDWIDE.

Director: Tracy Hayes

This Checklist was the creation of Robert Schweik who was the Director of 
these pages 2000 - 2006 and was maintained by Jeanie Smith from 2006 to 2014.

THE CHECKLIST is a special service provided for TTHA members.
It is currently produced by a team of fifteen-plus scholars around the world,
aided by other special correspondents. They review, at least every other month,
nearly one hundred sources, including more than 25 bibliographies, trade lists,
catalogues, and electronic databases, as well as the current contents of over 70 
scholarly journals, and the archives of major Internet discussion lists. 
The resulting Checklist cites the most recent Hardy scholarship published 
in English, French, German, Japanese, and Arabic. It provides a list of 
writings by and about Hardy published in the immediately preceding year and 
in the current year, with, in addition, listings of prepublications and 
announced publications for the following year. Checklists for earlier years 
will be archived, beginning with the Checklist for the year 2000.  THE 
CHECKLIST is arranged in the following classes:

PRIMARY: WRITINGS BY HARDY
A. Editions and Reprints
B. Readings, Dramatizations, and Musical Settings

SECONDARY: WRITINGS ABOUT HARDY
A. Books and Annuals on Hardy
B. Books with Significant Hardy Content
C. Articles and Review Articles
D. Audio Cassettes and CD's
E. Reviews of Works Published Earlier
F. Announcements, Notes, Letters, and Reports
G. Dissertations and Theses
H. Miscellaneous Earlier Publications
I. Archives of Internet Publications

One advantage of TTHA's Checklist is its comprehensiveness: for the years 
2000 and onward, its coverage is far fuller than that provided by the MLA 
or the MHRA or VS (Victorian Studies) current bibliographies.
    * Many Checklist citations are annotated; many are hyperlinked to 
critical reviews.
    * The contents of book-length publications are often analyzed.
    * Related entries are hyperlinked to make finding connections between 
them easier.
    * The relevant contents of Internet archives are provided in detail.
    * The entire Checklist may be searched for keywords, and its table of 
contents is hyperlinked to allow for easy access to its various divisions.

A second advantage of the Checklist is its currency. Listings are usually a 
year--often two years or more--in advance of standard bibliographies. In 
short, for anyone who wishes to keep up with the latest research on Hardy, 
the TTHA CHECKLIST OF RECENT HARDY PUBLICATIONS is the one indispensable 
resource to consult.