"What impact - if any - does working outdoors have on the therapeutic relationship?" (Vol 6, 2018) in The European Journal of Ecopsychology, 23-46.
"Accessing Embodied Tacit Knowledge" (in press, 2018) in How to Research Religion: Putting Methods Into Practice (ed. Woodhead. L). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
"The Knowing Body: Eco-Paganism as an Embodying Practice", (2016) in Contributions to Law, Philosophy and Ecology: Exploring Re-Embodiments (eds. Thomas-Pellicer, De Lucia and Sullivan. Routledge.
"What impact does working outdoors have on the therapeutic relationship? An interview with ecotherapist David Key", (2015) in Self & Society: An International Journal for Humanistic Psychology, Volume 43, Issue 2, 2015.
"Gendlin and ecopsychology: focusing in nature" (2013) in Person-Centered & Experiential Psychotherapies Volume 12, Issue 4, 2013.
"Cross Bones Graveyard: Honouring the Outcast" (2013) in Fieldwork in Religion, Volume 8, no. 2.
"Embodied Eco-Paganism" (2013) in the Handbook of Contemporary Animism (ed. Harvey, G). Sheffield: Acumen Publishing. Pp: 403-15.
"A Life in the Woods" (2012) in The Wanton Green, (ed. Cross and MacLellan). Also available online.
"The Power of Place: Protest Site Pagans" (Vol 2, 2011) in The European Journal of Ecopsychology, 1-27.
"Paganism and Neopaganisms", (2010). Article in The Spirit of Sustainability, (ed. Jenkins), Berkshire Publishing Group.
"Sacred Ecology", in Paganism: Critical Concepts in Religious Studies, (ed. Davy, B., 2009), Routledge. (Reprint of 1996 article detailed below).
"Ritual and Neopaganism" (2006), (with Macha M. Nightmare), in Metaphysical, New Age, and Neopagan Movements, volume 3 of the series Introduction to New and Alternative Religions in America, Greenwood Press, Westport, CT, USA.
"Dragon Environmental Network" and "Ecomagic", (2005). Articles in the Encyclopaedia of Religion and Nature, Continuum International Publishers, London and New York.
"Dragon Environmental Network", (2002). Article in The Encyclopaedia of Modern Witchcraft and Neo-Paganism, Citadel Press.
Sacred Ecology (1996) in Paganism Today (ed. Harvey and Hardman), Harper Collins.
'Honouring The Outcast Dead: The Cross Bones Graveyard' 'Interfaith & Social Change: Engagements from the Margins' conference, University of Winchester, September 2010.
'Listening to the Body: Focusing on Embodied Knowing' at KnowledgeLab IV: How Do We Know? Nottingham University, February 2007.
'Embodied Knowing in Eco-Paganism' at the International Conference on Social and Religious Studies, Havana, Cuba, July 2007.
'Bodies of Faith' at Faith, Spirituality and Social Change Conference, University of Winchester, April 2006.
'Deep Currents: The Two Tides of Neo-Paganism' (co-presented with Dr. C. Welch) at American Academy of Religion Annual Meeting, Washington, USA, November 2006.
of Resistance: Eco-Paganism in the protest movement
Presented at the 'Society for European Philosophy' Conference on theme of 'Resistance', held at the University of Greenwich, August 2004.
of Embodied Knowledge
Presentation at the University of Winchester, February 2003.
Consciousness: Dimensions of Sex, Ecology & the Sacred'
This paper was originally presented at the Lancaster University conference on 'Nature Religion Today' in April 1996.
This paper was originally presented at Newcastle University conference, 'Paganism Today' in September 1994. It was published in 'Paganism Today' (ed. Harvey and Hardman), 1996, Harper Collins.
Towards an Embodied Ecology
Working notes on the relationship between embodied knowledge and eco-philosophy.
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