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Alcock, R (2021) 'Somalia: experiments in knowing and doing capacity building.' In: Bueger, C, Edmunds, T and McCabe, R, eds. Capacity building for maritime security: the Western Indian Ocean experience. Palgrave Macmillan, Cham, pp. 249-280. ISBN 9783030500634

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Barraclough, E.R (2021) 'Trees, woodlands, and forests in Old Norse-Icelandic culture.' JEGP, Journal of English and Germanic Philology, 120 (3). pp. 281-301. ISSN 1945-662X Please click the title to check availability.

Birnie, C and English, L (2021) 'Spoken word in print: instant coffee - a conversation with Clive Birnie from Burning Eye Books.' In: English, L and McGowan, J, eds. Spoken word in the UK. Routledge, Abingdon, pp. 449-455. ISBN 9780367352530

Bynoth, R ORCID: 0000-0002-3349-7709 (2021) Emotions in Europe 1517–1914, Vol. 4, Transformations 1789–1914 [book review]. Emotions: History, Culture, Society, 5 (2). pp. 355-357. ISSN 2206-7485

Böhm, S and Sullivan, S (2021) 'Introduction: Climate crisis? What climate crisis?' In: Böhm, S and Sullivan, S, eds. Negotiating climate change in crisis. Open Book Publishers, Cambridge, xxxiii-lxx. ISBN 9781800642621

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Christopher, L and Tudor, N (2021) The queen on our corner. Lantana, London. ISBN 9781911373889

Coast, D (2021) 'William Tyndale, Henry VIII and 'The obedience of a Christian man'.' The Historical Journal, 64 (4). pp. 823-843. ISSN 1469-5103

Cush, D (2021) Authority in religions/worldviews and RE. In: NASACRE Annual Conference: Authority in RE, 24 May 2021, Nottingham, UK [online].

Cush, D (2021) 'Changing the game in English religious education: 1971 and 2018.' In: Franck, O and Thalén, P, eds. Religious education in a post-secular age: case studies from Europe. Palgrave Macmillan, Cham, pp. 139-156. ISBN 9783030475055

Cush, D (2021) Hindu worldview traditions. In: In Conversation: Online Seminar Series, April 2021, RE:ONLINE [online].

Cush, D (2021) 'Is Buddhism a religion?' In: Harris, E.J, ed. Buddhism in five minutes. Equinox, Sheffield, pp. 6-9. ISBN 9781800500907

Cush, D (2021) One discipline, many methods: disciplinary futures for religion and worldviews (RE). In: BASR Annual Conference, 6 - 7 September 2021, University of Edinburgh, UK [online].

Cush, D (2021) 'One discipline, many methods? Part 1.' RE Today (Professional REflection), 38 (3). pp. 53-58.

Cush, D (2021) 'One discipline, many methods? Part 2.' RE Today (Professional REflection), 39 (1). pp. 62-66.

Cush, D (2021) Religion and worldview(s): a new approach for RE. In: Wessex Sea of Faith Group Meeting, May 2021, Bath, UK [online].

Cush, D (2021) Religion and worldviews: the further adventures of the first recommendation of the Commission on RE in England. In: The Twenty Second Session of the International Seminar on Religious Education and Values, 26 - 30 July 2021, University of Gothenburg, Sweden [online].

Cush, D (2021) 'Should Buddhism be taught in schools?' In: Harris, E.J, ed. Buddhism in five minutes. Equinox, Sheffield, pp. 332-336. ISBN 9781800500907

Cush, D (2021) 'Time for a change? A case study of the work of the Commission on Religious Education in England.' In: Francis, L.J, Lankshear, D.W and Parker, S.G, eds. New directions in religious and values education: international perspectives. Peter Lang, Oxford, pp. 53-72. ISBN 9781789978766

Cush, D (2021) 'The authority of women's 'ordinary' experience: Peggy Morgan and the teaching of Buddhism in schools.' Journal for the Study of Religious Experience, 7 (3). pp. 15-28. ISSN 2057-2301

Cush, D and Hayward, M (2021) 'Revolution in RE: the 50th anniversary of Schools Council Working Paper 36: Religious education in secondary schools.' RE Today (Professional REflection), 39 (1). pp. 53-57.

Cush, D and Owen, S (2021) 'A proposal for an epistemologically humble phenomenology: an interview with Denise Cush.' In: Fujiwara, S, Thurfjell, D and Engler, S, eds. Global phenomenologies of religion: an oral history in interviews. Equinox, Sheffield, pp. 221-224. ISBN 9781781799154

Cush, D and Robinson, C (2021) '"Buddhism is not a religion, but Paganism is": the applicability of the concept of ‘religion’ to Dharmic and nature-based traditions, and the implications for religious education.' In: Biesta, G and Hannam, P, eds. Religion and education: the forgotten dimensions of religious education? Brill / Sense, Leiden, pp. 66-84. ISBN 9789004446373

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Deegalle, M (2021) 'Appropriations of Rāvaṇa in political activism and reinventing mythic history: Indian cultural and religious ideas influencing contemporary Sri Lanka.' In: Kim, C and Kim, H, eds. Great transition in Indian humanities. Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, Seoul, pp. 39-86. ISBN 9791155561904

Deegalle, M (2021) 'The Pali Tipitaka in the vernacular: the Buddha Jayanti Tripitaka.' The Buddhist, CXXXXI (2-3). pp. 41-49. ISSN 2012-6204

Deegalle, M (2021) 'What is the role of preaching in Buddhism?' In: Harris, E.J, ed. Buddhism in five minutes. Equinox, Sheffield, pp. 176-179. ISBN 9781800500907

Dunn, L (2021) Idealising the predator [essay]. Aeon, Dec.

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Edwards, A ORCID: 0000-0002-4679-4219 (2021) 'A vulnerable Russia: militarisation through anxiety in 1990s Russian historical textbooks.' Political Crossroads, 25 (1). pp. 5-24. ISSN 1323-5761 Please click the title to check availability.

English, L (2021) 'The Book of Hours: a collaborative online poetry film project between a spoken word poet and poetry film-makers.' In: Tremlett, S, ed. The poetics of poetry film: film poetry, videopoetry, lyric voice, reflection. Intellect, Bristol, pp. 210-213. ISBN 9781789382686

English, L (2021) 'The democracy of poetry: the Bristol spoken word scene.' In: English, L and McGowan, J, eds. Spoken word in the UK. Routledge, Abingdon. ISBN 9780367352530

English, L and McGowan, J (2021) 'Setting the stage: an introduction to spoken word in the UK.' In: English, L and McGowan, J, eds. Spoken word in the UK. Routledge, Abingdon, pp. 1-14. ISBN 9780367352530

Etter, C (2021) 'Taking the poetry exercise online.' In: Girardi, T and Scheg, A.G, eds. Theories and strategies for teaching creative writing online. Routledge, Abingdon. ISBN 9780367756116

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Filer, N (2021) Modern-day sin-eaters [blog post]. Psychology Today.

Filer, N (2021) Storytellers on schizophrenia. In: Mental Health Association of San Mateo County: Speaker Series, 4 March 2021, Redwood City, CA, USA [online].

Filer, N and Burgin, K.W (2021) Why Do I Feel? [5-part series].

Forna, A (2021) The window seat: notes from a life in motion. Grove Press, New York, NY. ISBN 9780802158581

Francis, D and Cush, D (2021) 'Solarity: the story so far.' Sofia, 141. pp. 16-18.

Francis, D and Cush, D (2021) Solidarity - the story so far. In: Sea of Faith Summer Conference: Talking Allowed, 19 - 23 July 2021, Leicester University, UK [online].

Fuller, P (2021) An introduction to engaged Buddhism. Bloomsbury, London. ISBN 9781350129078

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Hannis, M (2021) 'We'll always have Paris.' In: Böhm, S and Sullivan, S, eds. Negotiating climate change in crisis. Open Book Publishers, Cambridge, pp. 83-96. ISBN 9781800642621

Hewitson, L.J and Sullivan, S (2021) 'Producing elephant commodities for 'conservation hunting' in Namibian communal-area conservancies.' Journal of Political Ecology, 28 (1). pp. 1-24. ISSN 1073-0451 Please click the title to check availability.

Hollyman, S (2021) Lairies. Influx Press, London. ISBN 9781910312674

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Kaznowska, H (2021) 'Women are from Venus: addressing female agency with classical allegory.' In: Decker, J.R and Kirkland-Ives, M, eds. Audience and reception in the early modern period. Routledge, Abingdon. ISBN 9780367676261

Kerridge, R (2021) 'All is deep: all is shallow - literary springs, wells and depths, from Shakespeare to ecocriticism.' In: Chiari, S and Cuisinier-Delorme, S, eds. Spa culture and literature in England, 1500-1800. Palgrave Macmillan, Cham, pp. 263-283. ISBN 9783030665678

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Liardet, T (2021) Elegy for Jacques-of-Jacques-and-Jack. Poetry Ireland Review, 135. ISSN 0332-2998

Liardet, T (2021) From Petrarch redux: three poems. Bad Lilies, 5.

Liardet, T (2021) On hearing Mr Blum the funeral director. Poetry Review, 111 (3). ISSN 0032-2156

Liardet, T (2021) The crowd's enthusiasm was unimaginable. The London Magazine. June/July. ISSN 0024-6085

Liardet, T (2021) The haptic fugues, (a sequence of 32 tercets). Long Poem Magazine, 26.

Little, L (2021) 'Publishing challenging picturebooks.' In: Ommundsen, A.M, Haaland, G and Kümmerling-Meibauer, B, eds. Exploring challenging picturebooks in education: international perspectives on language and literature learning. Routledge, Abingdon. ISBN 9780367856250

Lloyd, N (2021) The novel [video essay]. Romanticism.

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Malik, I.H (2021) Curating lived Islam in the Muslim world: British scholars, sojourners and sleuths. Routledge, Abingdon. ISBN 9780367770730

Marselle, M.R et al (2021) 'Pathways linking biodiversity to human health: a conceptual framework.' Environment International, 150. e106420. ISSN 0160-4120

Marshall, A (2021) '"Halt! Halt!" Oliver Cromwell, Hugh O’Neill and the Siege of Clonmel, April–May 1650.' In: Bennett, M, Gillespie, R and Spurlock, R.S, eds. Cromwell and Ireland: new perspectives. Liverpool University Press, Liverpool, pp. 75-110. ISBN 9781789622379 Please click the title to check availability.

Marshall, A (2021) Intelligence, espionage and the Cromwellian Protectorate. In: Cromwell Museum Autumn Lecture Series, 3 November 2021, Huntingdon, UK [online].

Marshall, A (2021) Les Lumières radicales de la Révolution anglaise: Samuel Hartlib et les réseaux de l’Intelligence (1600–1660) [book review]. The English Historical Review, 136 (581). pp. 1051-1053. ISSN 1477-4534

Marshall, A (2021) Oliver Cromwell and the secret arts of government: intelligence and espionage in the early modern state. In: Historical Association: Hampstead & North West London Branch Programme, 15 April 2021, Fellowship House, London [online].

McNally, D (2021) The evolution of a passive narrator & 'Half river, half sea: a novel'. PhD thesis, Bath Spa University.

Morrison, R (2021) '"Two faces, each of a confused countenance": Coleridge, De Quincey, and contests of authority.' Romanticism, 27 (3). pp. 322-334. ISSN 1354-991X

Moss, S (2021) Skylarks with Rosie: a Somerset spring. Saraband, Salford. ISBN 9781913393045

Moss, S (2021) The swan: a biography. Square Peg, London. ISBN 9781529110371

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Nadin, J (2021) The talk of pram town. Macmillan, London. ISBN 9781529024623

Nita, M (2021) Divination as storytelling: dealing (with) death and extinction [blog post]. Contemporary Religion in Historical Perspective.

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Ould, M.A (2021) Book printing at the university press at Oxford between 1660 and 1780. PhD thesis, Bath Spa University.

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Presley, N (2021) Toward a digital poetics: electronic literature & literary games [book review]. C21 Literature: Journal of 21st-Century Writings, 9 (1). pp. 1-4. ISSN 2045-5224

Presley, N (2021) '‘Why aren’t there more women in your books?’ Ann and William Golding.' In: Dresvina, J, ed. Thanks for typing: remembering forgotten women in history. Bloomsbury, London, pp. 211-218. ISBN 9781350150065

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Reid-Bowen, P (2021) 'Learning to live and die in the Cthulhucene.' In: Nirta, C and Pavoni, A, eds. Monstrous ontologies: politics, ethics, materiality. Vernon Press, Wilmington, DE, pp. 15-30. ISBN 9781622738908

Rohde, R, Hoffman, M.T and Sullivan, S (2021) 'Environmental change in Namibia: land-use impacts and climate change as revealed by repeat photography.' In: Böhm, S and Sullivan, S, eds. Negotiating climate change in crisis. Open Book Publishers, Cambridge, pp. 173-187. ISBN 9781800642621

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Simmons, G (2021) 'Walking with RLS.' In: Fortunate voyager: a celebration of Robert Louis Stevenson. Merchiston Publishing, Edinburgh, pp. 172-175. ISBN 9781911524038

Skuse, C.J (2021) Dead head. HQ, London. ISBN 9780008312589

Skuse, C.J (2021) The alibi girl. HQ, London. ISBN 9780008311391

Sullivan, S (2021) 'I’m Sian, and I’m a fossil fuel addict: on paradox, disavowal and (im)possibility in changing climate change.' In: Böhm, S and Sullivan, S, eds. Negotiating climate change in crisis. Open Book Publishers, Cambridge, pp. 139-156. ISBN 9781800642621

Sullivan, S (2021) 'On climate change ontologies and the spirit(s) of oil.' In: Böhm, S and Sullivan, S, eds. Negotiating climate change in crisis. Open Book Publishers, Cambridge, pp. 25-36. ISBN 9781800642621

Sullivan, S, !Uriǂkhob, S, Kötting, B, Muntifering, J and Brett, R (2021) Historicising black rhino in Namibia: colonial-era hunting, conservation custodianship, and plural values. Future Pasts Working Paper No.13. ISBN 9781911126188

Sullivan, S and Ganuses, W.S (2021) 'Densities of meaning in west Namibian landscapes: genealogies, ancestral agencies, and healing.' In: Dieckmann, U, ed. Mapping the unmappable? Cartographic explorations with indigenous peoples in Africa. Transcript, Bielefeld, pp. 139-191. ISBN 9783837652413

Sullivan, S and Ganuses, W.S (2021) 'Recomposing the archive? On sound and (hi)story in Damara / ǂNūkhoe pasts, from Basel to west Namibia.' Oral History, 49 (2). pp. 95-108. ISSN 0143-0955 Please click the title to check availability.

Sullivan, S, Ganuses, W.S, Olivier, E and ǁHawaxab, F (2021) Tasting the lost flute music of Sesfontein: histories, memories, possibilities. Future Pasts Working Paper No.10. ISBN 9781911126133

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Walton, S (2021) Everybody needs beauty: in search of the nature cure. Bloomsbury, London. ISBN 9781526620705

Wright, E.H (2021) Alice Kelly, Commemorative modernisms: women writers, death, and the First World War [book review]. Literature & History, 30 (1). pp. 99-101. ISSN 2050-4594

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