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Böhm, S and Sullivan, S, eds. (2021) Negotiating climate change in crisis. Open Book Publishers, Cambridge. ISBN 9781800642621

English, L and McGowan, J, eds. (2021) Spoken word in the UK. Routledge, Abingdon. ISBN 9780367352530

Dunn, L and Gilbert, Z, eds. (2021) A wild and precious life: a recovery anthology. Unbound, London. ISBN 9781783529643

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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, 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

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

Book Chapter or Section

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

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

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

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

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 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

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

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

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

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

Kerridge, R (2021) 'Nature writing.' In: Tyler, D, ed. The Cambridge companion to prose. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp. 214-232. ISBN 9781108837408

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

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.

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

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

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

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 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


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.

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) '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) '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.

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

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.

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

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.

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

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

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.

Conference or Workshop Item

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

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) 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].

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

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].

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

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.

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



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


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

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

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

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.

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

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

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

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

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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