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Newcombe, Suzanne and Harvey, Sarah (2024). Balancing pragmatism and precision: Inform’s approach to cult rhetoric. In: Thomas, Aled and Graham-Hyde, Edward eds. 'Cult’ Rhetoric in the 21st Century: Deconstructing the Study of New Religious Movements. London: Bloomsbury, pp. 21–39.

Newcombe, Suzanne (2024). Tradition, the Guru, Authorship in the Creation of B.K.S. Iyengar’s Light on Prāṇāyāma. In: Hankey, Henriette; Jacobson, Knut A. and Keul, István eds. Embodied Reception: South Asian Spiritualities in Contemporary Contexts. The Study of Religion in a Global Context. Sheffield: Equinox (In Press).

Wolffe, John (2024). Protestant Ireland: Variety and Vitality, 1800–1914. In: Ganiel, Gladys and Holmes, Andrew R. eds. The Oxford Handbook of Religion in Modern Ireland. Oxford Handbooks. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press, pp. 53–71.

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Maiden, John (2023). "Totalitarianism in Religion": Roman Catholicism, Religious Liberty, and the British Evangelical Imagination before Vatican II. In: Bebbington, David ed. The Gospel and Religious Freedom: Historical Studies in Evangelicalism and Political Engagement. Waco, Texas: Baylor University Press.

Maiden, John (2023). ‘Today it is not the Great Saint who is Thundering Forth’: the Laity and Catholic Charismatic Renewal in England. In: Power, Maria and Bush, Jonathan eds. Lay Catholic Societies in Twentieth Century Britain. Cardiff: Catholic Record Society (In Press).

Newcombe, Suzanne; Harvey, Sarah; Cooper, Jane; Forrester, Ruby; Banks, Jo and Shah, Shannon (2023). Cults and Online Violent Extremism. Reports; GNET, London.

Nikanorova, Liudmila (2023). What does Siberian Shamanism do for the Academic Study of Religion? Implicit Religion: Journal for the Critical Study of Religion, 24(3-4) pp. 423–441.

Shah, Shanon; Cooper, Jane and Newcombe, Suzanne (2023). Occult Beliefs and the Far Right: The Case of the Order of Nine Angles. Studies in Conflict and Terrorism (Early access).

Tremlett, Paul-François; Harvey, Graham; Robertson, David and Cusack, Carole (2023). Study of Religion and The Dawn of Everything. Journal of the British Association for the Study of Religion (JBASR), 25 pp. 86–105.

Williams, Jack and Robertson, David G (2023). “I Believe in Bees": Belief, Reconsidered. Implicit Religion, 25(1-2) pp. 1–14.

Wolffe, John (2023). Anti-Catholicism. In: Mangion, Carmen M. and O'Brien, Susan eds. The Oxford History of British and Irish Catholicism, Volume IV: Building Identity, 1830-1913. The Oxford History of British and Irish Catholicism, IV. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press, pp. 191–208.

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Barois, Christèle; Newcombe, Suzanne and Wujastyk, Dagmar (2022). Introduction to The Usman Report (1923): Translations of Regional Submissions. In: Wujastyk, Dagmar and Barois, Christèle eds. Usman Report (1923) – First Translations of Regional Submissions. eJournal of Indian Medicine, Supplement 4, IX-XXXI.

Cotter, C. R. (2022). Non-religion as Religion-Related Discourse: An Empirical Invitation. In: Zwilling, A. L. and Årsheim, H. eds. Nonreligion in Late Modern Societies. Boundaries of Religious Freedom: Regulating Religion in Diverse Societies. Cham: Springer, pp. 229–250.

Galián, Laura; Maiden, John; Sinclair, Stefanie and Welker, Arpad (2022). Refugees and the Politics of Memory: Political discourses of religious toleration and peace. In: Altnurme, Riho; Arigita, Elena and Pasture, Patrick eds. Religious Diversity in Europe: Mediating the Past to the Young. London: Bloomsbury, pp. 113–158.

Maiden, John; Sinclair, Stefanie; Salmesvuori, Païvi; van Nieuwenhuyse, Karel and Wolffe, John (2022). Views of the Young: Reflections on the Basis of European Pilot Studies. In: Alturme, Riho; Arigita, Elena and Pasture, Patrick eds. Religious Diversity in Europe: Mediating the Past to the Young. London: Bloomsbury Publishing, pp. 33–49.

Newcombe, Suzanne (2022). Working with a Body: Flexible Conceptual Models in Contemporary Yoga. In: Barker, Eileen and Harvey, Sarah Jane eds. Health and Healing in Minority Religions. Routledge (In Press).

Robertson, David G. (2022). Conspiracy Theories about Secret Religions: Imagining the Other. In: Urban, Hugh B. and Johnson, Paul Christopher eds. The Routledge Handbook of Religion and Secrecy. Routledge Handbooks in Religion. Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge, pp. 380–390.

Sinclair, Stefanie (2022). Religiöse Toleranz und Frieden: Methodische Ansätze zur Vermittlung von Religionsgeschichte an Jugendliche in Europa (RETOPEA-Projekt). In: Pękala, Urszula ed. Die monotheistischen Religionen und ihr Integrationspotential für die heutige Gesellschaft: Perspektiven – Herausforderungen – Lösungsansätze. Krzyżowa: Stiftung Kreisau für Europäische Verständigung, pp. 146–154.

Tremlett, Paul-François (2022). Forget worldviews: Towards a Deleuzian religious studies. Journal of the British Association for the Study of Religion (JBASR), 23 29 -41.

Tremlett, Paul-François (2022). Urbanism and religious space. In: Kilde, Jeanne ed. Oxford Handbook of Religious Space. Oxford Handbooks. OUP, pp. 58–78.

Tremlett, Paul-François (2022). Is Atheism a Religion, Belief-System or a Worldview? In: Taira, Teemu ed. Atheism in Five Minutes. Equinox Publishing Ltd, pp. 79–82.

Wolffe, John; Trajanovski, Naum and Georgieva, Lidija (2022). Commemorating the Good Friday Agreement (1998) and the Ohrid Framework Agreement (2001). In: Altnurme, Riho; Arigita, Elena and Pasture, Patrick eds. Religious Diversity in Europe: Mediating the Past to the Young. London: Bloomsbury Academic, pp. 137–158.

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Maiden, John; Atherstone, Andrew and Hutchinson, Mark eds. (2021). Transatlantic Charismatic Renewal, c.1950-2000. Global Pentecostal and Charismatic Studies,, 41. Leiden: Brill.

Beckerlegge, Gwilym (2021). The Making of the Ideal Transnational Disciple: Unravelling Biographies of Margaret Noble/Sister Nivedit. In: Bornet, Philippe ed. Translocal Lives and Religion: Connections between Asia and Europe in the Late Modern World. The Study of Religion in a Global Context. Sheffield: Equinox Publishing, pp. 57–88.

Bowman, Marion (2021). Raising the dead: revisiting letters to diana. Acta Ethnographica Hungarica, 58(1) pp. 221–228.

Harvey, Sarah and Newcombe, Suzanne (2021). Gender and Contemporary Millennial Movements. In Crossley, James and Lockhart, Alastair eds. Critical Dictionary of Apocalyptic and Millenarian Movements. CenSAMM.

Hutchinson, Mark; Atherstone, Andrew and Maiden, John (2021). Introduction The Evidence of Things Unseen: The Transatlantic Charismatic Movement in the Postwar Period. In: Atherstone, Andrew; Hutchinson, Mark and Maiden, John eds. Transatlantic Charismatic Renewal, c.1950-2000. Global Pentecostal and Charismatic Studies, 41. Leiden: Brill, pp. 1–18.

Maiden, John (2021). Mediating Renewal: Logos International Fellowship and Charismatic Renewal in the United States and Beyond. In: Atherstone, Andrew; Hutchinson, Mark and Maiden, John eds. Transatlantic Charismatic Renewal, c.1950-2000. Global Pentecostal and Charismatic Studies, 41. Leiden: Brill, pp. 61–80.

Newcombe, Suzanne (2021). Yoga and meditation as a health intervention. In: Newcombe, Suzanne and O'Brien-Kop, Karen eds. Routledge Handbook of Yoga and Meditation Studies. Abingdon: Routledge.

Newcombe, Suzanne and Deslippe, Phillip (2021). Anglophone Yoga and Meditation Outside of India. In: Newcombe, Suzanne and O'Brien-Kop, Karen eds. Routledge Handbook of Yoga and Meditation Studies. Abingdon: Routledge.

Newcombe, Suzanne and Harvey, Sarah (2021). Inform. Censamm, Critical Dictionary of Apocalyptic and Millenarian Movements..

Newcombe, Suzanne and Steidinger, Silke (2021). Brahma Kumaris World Spiritual University (BKWSU). In Crossley, James and Lockhart, Alastair eds. Critical Dictionary of Apocalyptic and Millenarian Movements CenSAMM.

Nita, Maria (2021). [Book review] The Glastonbury Thorn: Story of a Legend. Material Religion, 17(3) pp. 434–436.

O’Brien-Kop, Karen and Newcombe, Suzanne (2021). Reframing Yoga and Meditation Studies. In: Newcombe, Suzanne and O'Brien-Kop, Karen eds. Routledge Handbook of Yoga and Meditation Studies. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 3–12.

Robertson, David G. (2021). Gnosticism and the History of Religions. Scientific Studies of Religion: Inquiry and Explanation. London: Bloomsbury.

Thomas, Aled J. Ll (2021). Toward a Study of ‘Scientologies’. Implicit Religion, 23(2) pp. 140–147.

Tremlett, Paul-François (2021). Modernism and Postmodernism. In: Segal, Robert A. and Roubekas, Nickolas P. eds. The Wiley Blackwell Companion to the Study of Religion, 2nd Ed. Wiley Blackwell Companions to Religion. Chichester: Wiley Blackwell, pp. 325–334.

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Harvey, Graham ed. (2020). Indigenizing Movements in Europe. Sheffield: Equinox.

Tremlett, Paul-François; Pike, Sarah M. and Salomonsen, Jone eds. (2020). Ritual and Democracy: Protests, Publics and Performances. Sheffield: Equinox.

Beckerlegge, Gwilym (2020). The Ramakrishna Math and Mission in Europe. In: Jacobsen, Knut A. and Sardella, Ferdinando eds. Handbook of Hinduism in Europe (2 Vols.). Handbook of Oriental Studies. Section 2 South Asia (Volume 35). Leiden: Brill, pp. 422–461.

Beckerlegge, Gwilym (2020). ‘Vivekananda and his organizational legacy with particular reference to seva within the Ramakrishna Math and Mission’. In: Sherma, Rita ed. The Life, Legacy, and Liberative Ethics of Swami Vivekananda. Explorations in Indic Traditions: Theological, Ethical and Philosophical. Lanham MD: Lexington Press, pp. 89–124.

Bowman, Marion and Jenkins, John (2020). Leaving and Taking Away: Cathedrals and Material Culture. In: Dyas, Dee and Jenkins, John eds. Pilgrimage and England's Cathedrals: Past, Present, and Future. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 215–233.

Bowman, Marion; Johannsen, Dirk and Ohrvik, Ane (2020). Reframing Pilgrimage in Northern Europe: Introduction to the Special Issue. Numen, 67(5-6) pp. 439–452.

Harvey, Graham (2020). Bear Feasts in a Land without Wild Bears: Experiments in Creating Animist Rituals. In: Harvey, Graham ed. Indigenizing movements in Europe. Equinox, pp. 31–49.

Harvey, Graham (2020). Indigenous rituals re-make the larger than human community. In: Harvey, Graham; Houseman, Michael; Pike, Sarah and Salomonsen, Jone eds. Reassembling Democracy: Ritual as Cultural Resource. London: Bloomsbury, pp. 69–85.

Harvey, Graham (2020). Trans-Indigenous Festivals: Democracy and Emplacement. In: Pike, Sarah M.; Salomonsen, Jone and Tremlett, Paul-Francois eds. Ritual and Democracy: Protests, Publics and Performances. Equinox.

Maiden, John (2020). City, Portal and Hub: Brisbane and Catholic Charismatic Renewal. In: Rocha, Cristina; Hutchinson, Mark and Openshaw, Kathleen eds. Australian Pentecostal and Charismatic Movements: Arguments from the Margins. Global Pentecostal and Charismatic Studies, 36. Leiden: Brill, pp. 69–87.

Newcombe, Suzanne (2020). Certain Beliefs and Uncertain Evidence: the Case of Shugden. In: Francis, Matthew and Knott, Kim eds. Minority Religions and Uncertainty. Routledge-Inform Series on Minority Religions and Spiritual Movements. Routledge, pp. 22–43.

Newcombe, Suzanne (2020). Yoga in Europe. In: Jacobson, Knut and Sardella, Ferdinando eds. Handbook of Hinduism in Europe. Leiden: Brill, pp. 555–587.

Nita, Maria (2020). “‘Inside Story’: Participatory Storytelling and Imagination in Eco-pedagogical Contexts”. In: Molthan-Hill, Petra; Luna, Heather; Wall, Tony; Puntha, Helen and Baden, Denise eds. Storytelling for Sustainability in Higher Education: An Educator’s Handbook. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 154–167.

Robertson, David G. (2020). [Review Essay] A Gnostic Study of Religions. Method and Theory in the Study of Religion, 32(1) pp. 75–88.

Tremlett, Paul-François (2020). Towards a New Theory of Religion and Social Change: Sovereignties and Disruptions. Bloomsbury Studies in Religion, Space and Place. Bloomsbury.

Tremlett, Paul-François (2020). Levi-Strauss, Claude. In Gamez, Patrick ed. Bloomsbury Encylopedia of Philosophers Bloomsbury, London.

Tremlett, Paul-François (2020). Lévi-Strauss, Claude. In: Possamai, Adam and Blasi, Anthony J. eds. The SAGE Encyclopedia of the Sociology of Religion. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications.

Tremlett, Paul-François (2020). Malinowski, Bronislaw. In: Possamai, Adam and Blasi, Anthony J. eds. The SAGE Encyclopedia of the Sociology of Religion. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications.

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Bowman, Marion and Coleman, Simon (2019). A Cathedral Is Not Just for Christmas: Civic Christianity in the Multicultural City. In: Klassen, Pamela E. and Scheer, Monique eds. The Public Work of Christmas: Difference and Belonging in Multicultural Societies. (Advancing Studies in Religion Series). McGill-Queen's University Press, pp. 240–261.

Bowman, Marion; Coleman, Simon; Jenkins, John and Sepp, Tina (2019). Visibly different: Continuity and change at Westminster Cathedral. In: Goodhew, David and Cooper, Anthony-Paul eds. The Desecularisation of the City: London’s Churches, 1980 to the Present. London: Routledge, pp. 300–327.

Sinclair, Stefanie (2019). Memory and identity: Female leadership and the legacy of Rabbi Regina Jonas. In: Bomhoff, Hartmut; Eger, Denise L.; Ehrensperger, Kathy and Homolka, Walter eds. Gender and Religious Leadership: Woman Rabbis, Pastors and Ministers. Lanham, Boulder, New York, London: Lexington Books.

Wolffe, John (2019). Church decline and growth in London: taking the long view. In: Goodhew, David and Cooper, Anthony-Paul eds. The Desecularisation of the City: London's Churches, 1980 to the Present. Routledge Studies in Religion. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 331–344.

Wolffe, John (2019). Is 'Religious' Violence Really Religious? In: Melloni, Alberto and Cadeddu, Francesca eds. Religious Literacy, Law and History: Perspectives on European Pluralist Societies. ICLARS Series on Law and Religion. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 120–126.

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Robertson, David; Dyrendal, Asbjorn and Asprem, Egil eds. (2018). Handbook of Conspiracy Theory and Contemporary Religion. Brill Handbooks on Contemporary Religion, 17. Leiden: Brill.

Harvey, Graham (2018). [Book Review] Children of Lucifer: The Origins of Modern Religious Satanism. Journal of Contemporary Religion, 33(3) pp. 612–614.

Maiden, John (2018). Evangelicals and Rome. In: Atherstone, Andrew and Ceri Jones, David eds. The Routledge Research Companion to the History of Evangelicalism. Studies in Evangelicalism. London: Routledge, pp. 93–109.

Maiden, John and Sinclair, Stefanie (2018). Personalised and multi-sensory approaches to engaging students at a distance: a case study from religious studies. In: 10th EDEN Research Workshop Conference Proceedings: Towards Personalized Guidance and Support for Learning (Duart, Josep M. and Szűcs, András eds.), EDEN (European Distance and E-Learning Network), Barcelona, pp. 261–269.

Newcombe, Suzanne (2018). Spaces of Yoga – Towards a Non-Essentialist Understanding of Yoga. In: Baier, Karl; Maas, Philipp André and Preisendanz, Karin eds. Yoga in Transformation: Historical and Contemporary Perspective. Wiener Forum für Theologie und Religionswissenschaft. Göttingen: V&R University Press, pp. 551–573.

Newcombe, Suzanne and van Eck Duymaer van Twist, Amanda (2018). "Trust Me, You Can't Trust Them": Stigmatised Knowledge in Cults and Conspiracies. In: Dyrendal, Asbjørn; Robertson, David G. and Asprem, Egil eds. Handbook of Conspiracy Theory and Contemporary Religion. Leiden: Brill, pp. 152–179.

Nita, Maria (2018). An Altar inside a Circle: A Relational Model for Investigating Green Christians’ Experiments with Sacred Space. In: Hutchings, Tim and McKenzie, Joanne eds. Material Religion: The Stuff of the Sacred. London: Routledge, pp. 133–151.

Robertson, David G. (2018). The Counter-Elite: Strategies of Authority in Millennial Conspiracism. In: Dyrendal, Asbjørn; Robertson, David G. and Asprem, Egil eds. Handbook of Conspiracy Theory and Contemporary Religion. Brill.

Robertson, David G.; Asprem, Egil and Dyrendal, Asbjørn (2018). Introducing the Field: Conspiracy Theory in, about, and as Religion. In: Dyrendal, Asbjørn; Robertson, David G. and Asprem, Egil eds. Handbook of Conspiracy Theory and Contemporary Religion. Brill.

Sinclair, Stefanie (2018). Creativity, Criticality and Engaging the Senses in Higher Education: Creating Online Opportunities for Multisensory Learning and Assessment. In: Baxter, Jacqueline; Callaghan, George and McAvoy, Jean eds. Creativity & Critique in Online Learning: Exploring and Examining Innovations in Online Pedagogy. UK: Palgrave Macmillan, Cham, pp. 103–122.

Tremlett, Paul-François (2018). Religion, Marxism, and Ideology. In: Callan, Hilary ed. The International Encyclopedia of Anthropology. Wiley-Blackwell.

Tremlett, Paul-François (2018). Tristes Tropiques. In: Callan, Hilary ed. The International Encyclopedia of Anthropology. Wiley-Blackwell.

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Tremlett, Paul-François; Harvey, Graham and Sutherland, Liam T. eds. (2017). Edward Burnett Tylor, Religion and Culture. London: Bloomsbury.

Bowman, Marion (2017). From production to performance: Candles, creativity and connectivity. In: Hutchings, Tim and McKenzie, Joanne eds. Materiality and the Study of Religion: The Stuff of the Sacred. Theology and Religion in Interdisciplinary Perspective Series. Routledge.

Harvey, Graham (2017). If Not all Stones Are Alive…: Radical Relationality in Animism Studies. Journal for the Study of Religion, Nature and Culture, 11(4) pp. 481–497.

Maiden, John (2017). Renewing the body of Christ: Sharing of Ministries Abroad (SOMA) USA and transnational charismatic Anglicanism, 1978-1998. Journal of American Studies, 51(4) pp. 1243–1266.

Maiden, John (2017). The Prayer Book Controversy. In: Brown, Stewart J.; Nockles, Peter B. and Pereiro, James eds. The Oxford Handbook of the Oxford Movement. Oxford University Press, pp. 530–541.

Newcombe, Suzanne (2017). The Revival of Yoga in Contemporary India. In: Barton, John ed. Oxford Research Encyclopedias: Religion. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Robertson, David G. (2017). “Tuning Ourselves”. Religion and the Arts, 21(1-2) pp. 236–258.

Tremlett, P. (2017). Durkheim and the Anthropology of Religion. Oxford Bibliographies in Anthropology. Oxford University Press.

Tremlett, Paul-François (2017). Why do we need the study of religion if we already have historians, anthropologists, sociologists, psychologists and folklorists? In: Hughes, Aaron W. and McCutcheon, Russell T. eds. Religion in Five Minutes. Equinox, pp. 282–285.

Wolffe, John (2017). Perceptions of Irish Religious History Among Community Activists in Northern Ireland, 2010–2013. In: Hill, Jacqueline and Lyons, Mary Ann eds. Representing Irish Religious Histories: Historiography, Ideology and Practice. Histories of the Sacred and Secular, 1700-2000. Palgrave McMillan, pp. 261–274.

Wujastyk, Dagmar; Newcombe, Suzanne and Barois, Christèle (2017). Transmutations: Rejuvenation, Longevity, and Immortality Practices in South and Inner Asia. History of Science in South Asia, 5(2) i-xvii.

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Robertson, David and Cotter, Christopher eds. (2016). After world religions: Reconstructing Religious Studies. Religion in Culture: Studies in Social Contest and Construction. London: Routledge.

Beattie, Hugh (2016). Afghanistan. In: Daniel, Ute; Gatrell, Peter; Janz, Oliver; Jones, Heather; Keene, Jennifer; Kramer, Alan and Nasson, Bill eds. 1914-1918-online. International Encyclopedia of the First World War. Berlin: Freie Universität Berlin.

Bowman, Marion (2016). ”He’s My Best Friend” Relationality, Materiality, and the Manipulation of Motherhood in Devotion to St Gerard Majella in Newfoundland’. In: Woo, Terry and Lee, Becky eds. Canadian Women Shaping Diasporic Religious Identities. Waterloo, Ontario: Wilfrid Laurier University Press, pp. 3–34.

Robertson, David (2016). UFOs, conspiracy theories and the new age: Millennial conspiracism. Bloomsbury Advances in Religious Studies. Bloomsbury.

Tremlett, Paul-François (2016). Looking back on the end of religion: Opening Re-Marx. In: Cotter, Christopher R. and Robertson, David G. eds. After World Religions: Reconstructing Religious Studies. Religion in Culture: Studies in Social Contest and Construction. London: Routledge, pp. 92–106.

Tremlett, Paul-François (2016). (Post)structuralism. In: Engler, Steven and Stausberg, Michael eds. The Oxford Handbook of the Study of Religion. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 220–234.

Wolffe, John (2016). Forever England beneath the Cross of Sacrifice: Christianity and National Identity in British First World War Cemeteries. In: Wood, John Carter ed. Christianity and National Identity in Twentieth-Century Europe: Conflict, Community and the Social Order. Gottingen: Vanderhoek and Ruprecht, pp. 53–72.

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Wolffe, John; Methuen, Charlotte and Spicer, Andrew eds. (2015). Christianity and Religious Plurality. Studies in Church History, 51. Woodbridge: The Boydell Press.

Beckerlegge, Gwilym (2015). Introducing the study of religions at The Open University: the scope and limitations of a distance learning approach to the study of religions. In: Brun, Stanley D. ed. The Changing World Religion Map: Sacred Places, Identities, Practices and Politics. Dordrecht: Springer, pp. 3765–3780.

Bowman, Marion (2015). Railways, Rivalry and the Revival of Pilgrimage in Glastonbury, 1895 and 1897. Religion, Culture, Society: Yearbook of the MTA-SZTE Research Group for the Study of Religious Culture, 2 pp. 168–190.

Bowman, Marion (2015). “Helping Glastonbury to Come into Its Own”: Practical Spirituality, Materiality, and Community Cohesion in Glastonbury. In: Coats, Curtis C. and Emerich, Monica M. eds. Practical Spiritualities in a Media Age. London: Bloomsbury Academic, pp. 51–65.

Bowman, Marion (2015). Christianity, Plurality and Vernacular Religion in early Twentieth Century Glastonbury: A Sign of Things to Come? In: Methuen, Charlotte; Spicer, Andrew and Wolffe, John eds. Christianity and Religious Plurality. Studies in Church History (51). Woodbridge: Boydell and Brewer, pp. 302–321.

Butcher, John; Sinclair, Stefanie and Clarke, Anactoria (2015). The Challenge of Assessing Reflection: The Open University's Access Programme. In: Miller, Wendy; Collings, Jane and Kneale, Pauline eds. Inclusive Assessment. PedRIO Papers (7). Plymouth University: Pedagogic Research Institute and Observatory (PedRIO), pp. 25–29.

Maiden, John (2015). 'What could be more Christian than to allow the Sikhs to use it?' Church Redundancy and Minority Religion in Bedford, 1977-8. In: Christianity and religious plurality, Studies in Church History, Boydell & Brewer.

Robertson, David G. (2015). Silver Bullets and Seed Banks: A Material Analysis of Conspiracist Millennialism. Nova Religio: The Journal of Alternative and Emergent Religions, 19(2) pp. 83–99.

Robertson, David G. (2015). Conspiracy Theories and the Study of Alternative and Emergent Religions. Nova Religio: The Journal of Alternative and Emergent Religions, 19(2) pp. 5–16.

Tremlett, Paul-Francois (2015). Structure. In: Segal, Robert A. and von Stuckrad, Kocku eds. Vocabulary for the Study of Religion. Leiden: Brill.

Tremlett, Paul-François and Shih, Fang-Long (2015). Forget Dawkins: Notes toward an Ethnography of Religious Belief and Doubt. Social Analysis: The International Journal of Cultural and Social Practice, 59(2) pp. 81–96.

Wolffe, John (2015). ‘Martyrs as really as St Stephen was a martyr’? Commemorating the British dead of the First World War. International Journal for the Study of the Christian Church, 15(1) pp. 23–38.

Wolffe, John (2015). Taking Leave of Gladstone. In: Cross, Anthony R.; Morden, Peter J. and Randall, Ian M. eds. Pathways and Patterns in History: Essays on Baptists, Evangelicals and the Modern World in Honour of David Bebbington. London and Didcot: Spurgeon's College/Baptist Historical Society, pp. 340–353.

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Wolffe, John ed. (2014). Irish Religious Conflict in Comparative Perspective: Catholics, Protestants and Muslims. Histories of the Sacred and Secular, 1700-2000. Palgrave Macmillan UK.

Atherstone, Andrew and Maiden, John (2014). Anglican Evangelicalism in the Twentieth Century: Identities and Contexts. In: Atherstone, Andrew and Maiden, John eds. Evangelicals and the Church of England in the Twentieth Century: Reform, Resistance and Renewal. Studies in Modern British Religious History. The Boydell Press, pp. 1–47.

Beattie, Hugh (2014). The Taliban Past and Present. In Radiclisation Research Radicalisation Research.

Beckerlegge, Gwilym (2014). Eknath Ranade, gurus and jivanvratis: Vivekananda Kendra's promotion of the 'Yoga Way of Life'. In: Singleton, Mark and Goldberg, Ellen eds. Gurus of Modern Yoga. New York: Oxford University Press, pp. 327–350.

Bowman, Marion (2014). Vernacular/Lived Religion. In: Chryssides, George D. and Zeller, Benjamin E. eds. The Bloomsbury Companion to New Religious Movements. London: Bloomsbury, pp. 253–269.

Maiden, John (2014). Evangelical and Anglo-Catholic Relations, 1928-1983. In: Atherstone, Andrew and Maiden, John eds. Evangelicals and the Church of England in the Twentieth Century: Reform, Resistance and Renewal. Studies in Modern British Religious History. The Boydell Press, pp. 136–161.

Newcombe, Suzanne (2014). Cults: history, beliefs, practices. In: Muck, Terry C.; Netland, Harold A. and McDermott, Gerald R. eds. Handbook of Religion: A Christian Engagement with Traditions, Teachings, and Practices. Grand Rapids, MI, USA: Baker Academic, pp. 568–572.

Newcombe, Suzanne (2014). The institutionalization of the yoga tradition: ''gurus'' B. K. S. Iyengar and Yogini Sunita in Britain. In: Singleton, Mark and Goldberg, Ellen eds. Gurus of Modern Yoga. New York: Oxford University Press, pp. 147–167.

Nita, Maria (2014). Christian and Muslim Climate Activists Fasting and Praying for the Planet. In: Globus-Veldman, Robin; Szasz, Andrew and Haluza-DeLay, Rondolph eds. How the World’s Religions are Responding to Climate Change. New York: Routledge, pp. 229–243.

Sinclair, Stefanie (2014). Assessing oral presentations in open and distance learning. In: Teixera, A. M. and Szűcs, A. eds. Challenges for Research into Open & Distance Learning: Doing Things Better – Doing Better Things. European Distance and E-Learning Network, pp. 203–212.

Wolffe, John (2014). Past and Present: Taking the Long View of Methodist and Anglican History. Proceedings of the Wesley Historical Society, 59(5) pp. 161–177.

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Beattie, H. (2013). The Mahdi and the end-times in Islam. In: Newcombe, Suzanne and Harvey, Sarah eds. Prophecy in the New Millennium: When Prophecies Persist. Farnham: Ashgate, pp. 89–104.

Bowman, Marion (2013). Valuing spirituality: Commodification, consumption and community in Glastonbury. In: Gauthier, François and Martikainen, Tuomas eds. Religion in consumer society: Brands, consumers and markets. Ashgate, pp. 207–224.

Calder, Alexander J. (2013). The primitive Methodist connexion: Tackling the myth. PhD thesis The Open University.

Harvey, Sarah and Newcombe, Suzanne eds. (2013). Prophecy in the New Millennium: When Prophecies Persist. Routledge Inform Series on Minority Religions and Spiritual Movements. Farnham: Ashgate Publishing.

Maiden, John (2013). Fundamentalism and Anti-Catholicism in Inter-War English Evangelicalism. In: Bebbington, David and Jones, David Ceri eds. Evangelicalism and Fundamentalism in the United Kingdom during the Twentieth Century. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 151–170.

Maiden, John (2013). Strange encounters? Integrating historical research and contemporary religion. The Building on History: the Church in London project. In: Woodhead, Linda ed. Innovative Methods in the Study of Religion. Oxford: Oxford University Press, (In Press).

Newcombe, Suzanne (2013). Magic and yoga: the role of subcultures in transcultural exchange. In: Hauser, Beatrix ed. Yoga Traveling: Bodily Practice in Transcultural Perspective. Transcultural research ? Heidelberg studies on Asia and Europe in a global context. Cham: Springer, pp. 57–79.

Robertson, David G. (2013). David Icke’s Reptilian Thesis and the Development of New Age Theodicy. International Journal for the Study of New Religions, 4(1) pp. 27–47.

Sinclair, Stefanie (2013). Digital literacy in religious studies. Diskus: The Journal of the British Association for the Study of Religions (BASR), 14 pp. 37–54.

Wolffe, John (2013). The mutations of martyrdom in Britain and Ireland c1850-1920. In: Kelly, James and Lyons, Marian eds. Death and Dying in Ireland and Europe: Historical Perspectives. Dublin: Irish Academic Press, pp. 349–368.

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Bowman, Marion and Valk, Ülo eds. (2012). Vernacular Religion in Everyday Life: Expressions of Belief. New York & London: Routledge.

Beattie, Hugh (2012). Custom and conflict in Waziristan: some British views. In: Marsden, Magnus and Hopkins, Benjamin eds. Beyond Swat: History, Society and Economy Along the Afghanistan-Pakistan Frontier. London: Hurst & Co. (Publishers) Ltd., pp. 209–220.

Beckerlegge, Gwilym (2012). Media savvy or media averse? The Ramakrishna Math and Mission’s use of the media in representing itself and a religion called “Hinduism”. In: Zavos, John; Kanungo, Pralay; Reddy, Deepa S.; Warrier, Maya and Williams, Raymond eds. Public Hinduisms. New Delhi: SAGE Publications India Pvt Ltd, pp. 398–416.

Bowman, Marion (2012). Restoring/Restorying Arthur and Bridget: Vernacular Religion and Contemporary Spirituality in Glastonbury. In: Bowman, Marion and Valk, Ülo eds. Vernacular Religion in Everyday Life: Expressions of Belief. New York & London: Routledge, pp. 328–348.

Guest, Mathew; Olson, Elizabeth and Wolffe, John (2012). Christianity: loss of monopoly. In: Woodhead, Linda and Catto, Rebecca eds. Religion and Change in Modern Britain. London, UK: Routledge, pp. 57–78.

Hutchinson, Mark and Wolffe, John (2012). A Short History of Global Evangelicalism. New York: Cambridge University Press.

Newcombe, Suzanne (2012). Religious education in the United Kingdom. In: Davis, Derek and Miroshnikova, Elena eds. The Routledge International Handbook of Religious Education. Routledge International Handbooks of Education. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 367–382.

Newcombe, Suzanne (2012). Global hybrids? 'Eastern traditions' of health and wellness in the West. In: Nair-Venugopal, Shanta ed. The Gaze of the West and Framings of the East. Frontiers of Globalization. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 202–217.

Tremlett, Paul-Francois (2012). Occupied territory at the interstices of the sacred: between capital and community. Religion and Society, 3(1) pp. 130–141.

Wolffe, John (2012). The Jesuit as villain in nineteenth-century British fiction. In: Clarke, Peter and Methuen, Charlotte eds. The Church and Literature. Studies in Church History (48). Woodbridge: The Boydell Press, pp. 308–320.

Wolffe, John (2012). The Victorian funeral sermon. In: Francis, Keith A. and Gibson, William eds. Oxford Handbook of the British Sermon 1689-1301. Oxford Handbooks in Religion and Theology. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 338–353.

Wolffe, John (2012). Transatlantic Visitors and Evangelical Networks, 1829-1861. In: Gregory, Jeremy and McLeod, Hugh eds. International Religious Networks. Studies in Church History: Subsidia, 14. Woodbridge: The Boydell Press/Ecclesiastical History Society, pp. 183–193.

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Beckerlegge, Gwilym (2011). Teaching about religions of South Asian origin at The Open University: a reflection on the scope and limitations of flexible learning. Discourse: Learning and Teaching in Philosophical and Religious Studies, 10(2) pp. 61–77.

Bowman, Marion (2011). Understanding Glastonbury as a site of consumption. In: Lynch, Gordon; Mitchell, Jolyon and Strhan, Anna eds. Religion, Media and Culture: A Reader. Abingdon, New York: Routledge, pp. 11–22.

Jamison, Ian (2011). Embodied Ethics and Contemporary Paganism. PhD thesis The Open University.

Maiden, John (2011). Lloyd-Jones and Roman Catholicism. In: Atherstone, Andrew and John, David Ceri eds. Engaging with Martin Lloyd-Jones. Leicester: Apollos, pp. 232–260.

Newcombe, Suzanne and Shterin, Marat (2011). Grossbritannien | United Kingdom. In: Schäfer, Danny and Schwarzer, Corinna eds. Religiöse Intoleranz und Diskriminierung in ausgewählten Ländern Europas - Teil II. Religious Intolerance and Discrimination in selected European Countries - Part II. Religion - Staat - Gesellschaft: Zeitschrift fur Glaubensformen und Weltanscauguungen. Journal for the study of beliefs and worldviews, 2 (12/1). Munster, Germany: LIT Verlag, pp. 29–52.

Tremlett, Paul-Francois (2011). Re-cognizing the Mind in the Anthropology of Religion. Numen: International Review for the History of Religions, 58(4) pp. 545–565.

Tremlett, Paul-Francois (2011). Structure amongst the modules: Lévi-Strauss and cognitive theorizing about religion. Method and Theory in the Study of Religion, 23(3-4) pp. 351–366.

Tremlett, Paul-Francois (2011). Weber-Foucault-Nietzsche: Uncertain Legacies for the Sociology of Religion. In: Stern, Sacha ed. Sects and Sectarianism in Jewish History. IJS Studies in Judaica (12). Leiden: Brill, pp. 287–303.

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Harvey, Sarah and Newcombe, Suzanne (2010). Religious prophecies: the next end of the world. Sociology Review, 19(2) pp. 8–11.

Maiden, John; Wolffe, John; Burns, Arthur; Evans, Neil and Kelly, Declan (2010). Building on History: the Church in London online resource guide. Web resource.

Newcombe, Suzanne and Barker, Eileen (2010). Financing of churches and religious societies in England. In: Moravčíková, Michaela and Valová, Eleonóra eds. Financing of Churches and Religious Societies in the 21st Century. Bratislava, Slovakia: Institute for State-Church Relations, pp. 29–52.

Quiggle, Gregg William (2010). An analysis of Dwight Moody's Urban Social Vision. PhD thesis The Open University.

Wolffe, John (2010). Protestantism, monarchy and the defence of Christian Britain 1837–2005. In: Brown, Callum G and Snape, Michael eds. Secularisation in the Christian World. Farnham: Ashgate, pp. 57–74.

Wolffe, John (2010). British sermons on national events. In: Ellison, Robert H. ed. A New History of the Sermon: The Nineteenth Century, Volume 5. Leiden: Brill, pp. 181–206.

Wolffe, John (2010). Religious history. In: Hinnells, John R ed. The Routledge Companion to the Study of Religion, 2nd edition. London: Routledge, pp. 56–72.

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Bowman, Marion (2009). From Glastonbury to Hungary: contemporary integrative spirituality and vernacular religion in context. In: Vargyas, Gábor ed. Passageways: From Hungarian Ethnography to European Ethnology and Sociocultural Anthropology. Budapest: Department of European Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology, The University of Pécs - L’Harmattan Publishing House, 195 -221.

James, Laura; Norman, John; De Baets, Anne-Sophie; Burchell-Hughes, Ingrid; Burchmore, Helen; Philips, Amyas; Sheppard, Dan; Wilks, Linda and Wolffe, John (2009). The lives and technologies of early career researchers. CARET, University of Cambridge, Cambridge.

Maiden, John (2009). National religion and the Prayer Book controversy, 1927-28. Studies in Modern British Religious History. Woodbridge, UK: The Boydell Press.

Newcombe, Suzanne (2009). The Development of Modern Yoga: A Survey of the Field. Religion Compass, 3(6) pp. 986–1002.

Tremlett, Paul-Francois (2009). Religion and the Discourse on Modernity. Continuum Advances in Religious Studies. London, UK: Continuum.

Tremlett, Paul-Francois (2009). Re-riting death: secularism and death-scapes in Taipei. In: Shih, Fang-long; Thompson, Stuart and Tremlett, Paul-Francois eds. Re-Writing Culture in Taiwan. London & New York: Routledge, pp. 34–49.

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Shih, Fang-long; Tremlett, Paul and Thompson, Stuart eds. (2008). Re-Writing Culture in Taiwan. Asia's Transformations. London: Routledge.

Beckerlegge, Gwilym (2008). The Swami and the artist: the use of Indian art in Swami Vivekananda's Apologetics. In: Beckerlegge, Gwilym ed. Colonialism, Modernity, and Religious Identities: Religious Reform Movements in South Asia. New Delhi: Oxford University Press, pp. 213–238.

Beckerlegge, Gwilym (2008). Introduction. In: Beckerlegge, Gwilym ed. Colonialism, Modernity, and Religious Identities: Religious Reform Movements in South Asia. New Delhi, India: Oxford University Press, pp. 1–20.

Beckerlegge, Gwilym (2008). Religious Studies and theology in the context of secular higher education: the problem of the “methodological offer”. In: Warrier, Maya and Oliver, Simon eds. Theology and Religious Studies: An Exploration of Disciplinary Boundaries. London: T. & T. Clark, pp. 167–179.

Bowman, Marion (2008). Going with the flow: contemporary pilgrimage in Glastonbury. In: Margry, Peter Jan ed. Shrines and Pilgrimage in the Modern World: New Itineraries into the Sacred. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, pp. 241–280.

Newcombe, Suzanne (2008). Ayurvedic Medicine in Britain and the Epistemology of Practicing Medicine in "Good Faith". In: Wujastyk, Dagmar and Smith, Frederick M. eds. Modern and Global Ayurveda: Pluralism and Paradigms. Health Studies / Asian Studies. Albany, USA: State University of New York Press, pp. 257–284.

Tremlett, Paul-Francois (2008). Levi-Strauss on Religion: The Structuring Mind. Key Thinkers in the Study of Religion. London, UK: Equinox.

Tremlett, Paul-Francois (2008). False consciousness and the jargon of authenticity: religion and nationalism in the christianised lowland Philippines. In: Hackett, Rosalind I. J. ed. Proselytization Revisited: Rights Talk, Free Markets and Culture Wars. London, UK: Equinox, pp. 283–300.

Wolffe, John (2008). Anti-Catholicism and the British Empire, 1815-1914. In: Carey, Hilary M ed. Empires of Religion. Cambridge Imperial and Post-Colonial Studies Series. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 43–63.

Wolffe, John (2008). William Wilberforce's Practical View (1797) and its reception. In: Cooper, Kate and Gregory, Jeremy eds. Revival and Resurgence in Christian History. Studies in Church History (44). Saffron Walden: Ecclesiastical History Society, pp. 175–184.

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Bowman, Marion (2007). Å følge strømmen. Moderne pilegrimsferd I Glastonbury [To follow the flow. Modern Pilgrimage to Glastonbury]. In: Gilhus, Ingvild Sælid and Kraft, Siv Ellen eds. Religiøse reiser. Mellom gamle spor og nye mål. Oslo: Universitetsforlaget, pp. 51–62.

Maiden, John G. (2007). Discipline and Comprehensiveness: the Church of England and Prayer Book Revision in the 1920s. In: Cooper, Kate and Gregory, Jeremy eds. Discipline and Diversity. Studies in Church History (43). Woodbridge: Boydell and Brewer, pp. 377–387.

Newcombe, Suzanne (2007). Stretching for Health and Well-Being: Yoga and Women in Britain, 1960–1980. Asian Medicine: Tradition and Modernity, 3(1) 37- 63.

Tremlett, Paul-Francois (2007). The ethics of suspicion in the study of religions. Diskus: The journal of the British Association for the Study of Religions (BASR), 8, article no. 3.

Wolffe, John (2007). British protestants and Europe, 1820–60: some perceptions and influences. In: Bonney, Richard and Trim, D.J.B. eds. The Development of Pluralism in Modern Britain and France. Studies in the History of Religious and Political Pluralism (1). Oxford: Peter Lang, pp. 207–226.

Wolffe, John (2007). Palmerston and the church. In: Brown, David and Taylor, Miles eds. Palmerston Studies, Volume 1. Southampton: University of Southampton, pp. 19–38.

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Feuchtwang, Stephan; Shih, Fang-Long and Tremlett, Paul-François (2006). The formation and function of the category "religion" in anthropological studies of Taiwan Taiwan. Vol. 18, No. 1, 2006. Method and Theory in the Study of Religion, 18(1) pp. 37–66.

Sinclair, Stefanie and Bowman, Marion (2006). Christianity: Study Guide. Milton Keynes, U.K.: Open University.

Tremlett, Paul-Francois (2006). Power, invulnerability, beauty: producing and transforming male bodies in the lowland Chritianised Philippines. Occasional Papers in Gender Theory and the Study of Religions 1; School of Oriental and African Studies, University Centre Website (School of Oriental and African Studies' Centre for Gender and Religion Research).

Wolffe, John (2006). The expansion of evangelicalism: The age of Wilberforce, More, Chalmers and Finney. A History of Evangelicalism. Nottingham: Inter-Varsity Press.

Wolffe, John (2006). Elite and popular religion in the religious census of 30 March 1851. In: Cooper, Kate and Gregory, Jeremy eds. Elite and Popular Religion. Studies in Church History (42). Woodbridge: Ecclesiastical History Society, pp. 360–371.

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Bowman, Marion (2005). Neo-druidism. In: Koch, John T. ed. Celtic Culture: A Historical Encyclopedia. Santa Barbara, US: ABC-CLIO Ltd, pp. 1353–1354.

Bowman, Marion (2005). Spirituality, Celtic. In: Koch, John T. ed. Celtic Culture: A Historical Encyclopedia. Santa Barbara, US: ABC-CLIO Ltd, pp. 1622–1623.

Nixon, Naomi Jane (2005). Good and Bad Women in the Bible. BPhil thesis The Open University.

Wolffe, John (2005). The religious census of 1851 in Yorkshire. Borthwick Papers. York, UK: Borthwick Institute Publications.

Wolffe, John (2005). Lord Palmerston and religion: a reappraisal. English Historical Review, 120(488) pp. 907–936.

Wolffe, John (2005). Anglicanism, Presbyterianism and the religious identities of the United Kingdom. In: Gilley, Sheridan and Stanley, Brian eds. World Christianities c.1815–c.1914. Cambridge History of Christianity (8). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 301–322.

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Beckerlegge, Gwilym (2004). The early spread of Vedanta societies: an example of 'imported localism'. Numen: International Review for the History of Religions, 51(3) pp. 296–320.

Beckerlegge, Gwilym (2004). The Hindu Renaissance and notions of universal religion. In: Wolffe, John ed. Religion in History: Conflict, Conversion and Coexistence. Manchester: Manchester University Press in association with the Open University, pp. 129–160.

Beckerlegge, Gwilym (2004). The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh's 'Tradition of Selfless Service'. In: Zavos, John; Wyatt, Andrew and Hewitt, Vernon eds. The Politics of Cultural Mobilization in India. New Delhi, India: Oxford University Press, pp. 105–135.

Beckerlegge, Gwilym (2004). The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh's "tradition of selfless service". In: Zavos, John; Wyatt, Andrew and Hewitt, Vernon Marston eds. The Politics of Cultural Mobilization in India. South Melbourne, Victoria, Australia: Oxford University Press, pp. 105–135.

Bowman, Marion (2004). Healing in the spiritual marketplace : consumers, courses, and credentialism. In: Lewis, James R ed. The Encyclopedic Sourcebook of New Age Religions. Amherst, NY: Prometheus Books, pp. 339–348.

Bowman, Marion (2004). Phenomenology, fieldwork and folk religion. In: Sutcliffe, Steven ed. Religion: Empirical Studies. Ashgate, pp. 3–18.

Herbert, David and Wolffe, John (2004). Religion and contemporary conflict in historical perspective. In: Wolffe, John ed. Religion in History: Conflict, Conversion and Coexistence. Manchester: Manchester University Press, pp. 286–320.

Waterhouse, Helen (2004). Buddhism in Britain: A Brief History. In: Harris, Elizabeth J. and Kauth, Ramona eds. Meeting Buddhists. Leicester: Christians Aware, pp. 53–66.

Wolffe, John (2004). Judging the nation: evangelicals and divine retribution, 1817-1861. In: Cooper, Kate and Gregory, Jeremy eds. Retribution, Repentance and Reconciliation. Studies in Church History (40). Woodbridge: Ecclesiastical History Society, pp. 291–300.

Wolffe, John (2004). Historical models of evangelical social transformation. In: Hilborn, David ed. Movement for Change: Evangelicals and Social Transformation. Carlisle: Paternoster Press, pp. 20–37.

Wolffe, John (2004). National occasions at St Paul's Since 1800. In: Keene, Derek; Burns, Arthur and Saint, Andrew eds. St Paul's The Cathedral Church of London 604-2004. New Haven, US, and London, UK: Yale University Press, pp. 381–391.

Wolffe, John (2004). John Hope. In: Matthew, H.C.G and Harrison, Brian eds. The Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press in association with the British Academy.

Wolffe, John (2004). Nicholas Armstrong. In: Matthew, H.C.G. and Harrison, Brian eds. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.

Wolffe, John (2004). Anthony Ashley Cooper, 7th Earl of Shaftesbury (1801–1885). In: Matthew, H.C.G. and Harrison, Brian eds. Oxford dictionary of national biography. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press in Association with the British Academy.

Wolffe, John (2004). Edward Bickersteth. In: Matthew, H.C.G. and Harrison, Brian eds. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press in association with the British Academy.

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Wolffe, John (2004). Richard Blakeney. In: Matthew, H.C.G. and Harrison, Brian eds. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press in association with the British Academy.

Wolffe, John (2004). Sir Culling Eardley. In: Matthew, H.C.G. and Harrison, Brian eds. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press in association with the British Academy.

Wolffe, John (2004). George William Finch-Hatton, 10th Earl of Winchilsea. In: Matthew, H.C.G. and Harrison, Brian eds. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press in association with the British Academy.

Wolffe, John (2004). Sir Robert Inglis. In: Matthew, H.C.G. and Harrison, Brian eds. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press in association with the British Academy.

Wolffe, John (2004). Robert Jocelyn, 3rd Earl of Roden. In: Matthew, H.C.G. and Harrison, Brian eds. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press in association with the British Academy.

Wolffe, John (2004). George Kenyon, 2nd Baron Kenyon. In: Matthew, H.C.G. and Harrison, Brian eds. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press in association with the British Academy.

Wolffe, John (2004). Sir Harcourt Lees. In: Matthew, H.C.G. and Harrison, Brian eds. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press in association with the British Academy.

Wolffe, John (2004). Robert James McGhee. In: Matthew, H.C.G. and Harrison, Brian eds. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press in association with the British Academy.

Wolffe, John (2004). Charles Newdigate Newdegate. In: Matthew, H.C.G. and Harrison, Brian eds. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press in association with the British Academy.

Wolffe, John (2004). Charles de Laet Waldo Sibthorp. In: Matthew, H.C.G. and Harrison, Brian eds. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press in association with the Academic Press.

Wolffe, John (2004). William Wilberforce. In: Matthew, H.C.G. and Harrison, Brian eds. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press in association with the British Academy.

Wolffe, John (2004). James Begg. In: Matthew, H.C.G. and Harrison, Brian eds. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press in association with the British Academy.

Wolffe, John (2004). John Campbell Colquhoun. In: Matthew, H.C.G. and Harrison, Brian eds. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.

Wolffe, John (2004). James Edward Gordon. In: Matthew, H.C.G. and Harrison, Brian eds. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press in association with the British Academy.

Wolffe, John (2004). Alexander Haldane (1800–1882). In: Matthew, H.C.G. and Harrison, Brian eds. Oxford dictionary of national biography. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press in association with the British Academy.

Wolffe, John (2004). Hugh Boyd McNeile. In: Matthew, H.C.G. and Harrison, Brian eds. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press in association with the British Academy.

Wolffe, John (2004). William Murphy. In: Matthew, H.C.G. and Harrison, Brian eds. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press in association with the British Academy.

Wolffe, John (2004). Augustus Granville Stapleton. In: Matthew, H.C.G. and Harrison, Brian eds. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press in association with the British Academy.

Wolffe, John (2004). Hugh Stowell. In: Matthew, H.C.G. and Harrison, Brian eds. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press in association with the British Academy.

Wolffe, John (2004). George Cornelius Gorham. In: Matthews, H.C.G. and Harrison, Brian eds. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press in association with the British Academy.

Wolffe, John (2004). Introduction. In: Wolffe, John ed. Religion in History: Conflict, Conversion and Coexistence. Manchester: Manchester University, pp. 5–12.

Wolffe, John (2004). Contentious Christians: Protestant-Catholic conflict since the Reformation. In: Wolffe, John ed. Religion in History: Conflict, Conversion and Coexistence. Manchester: University of Manchester Press, pp. 97–128.

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Beckerlegge, Gwilym (2003). Saffron and seva: The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh's appropriation of Swami Vivekananda. In: Copley, Antony ed. Hinduism in public and private: Reform, Hindutva, Gender and Sampraday. Oxford University Press, pp. 31–65.

Bowman, Marion (2003). From Keltoi to cybercelts: continuity and change in Celtic identities. In: Pittaway, Mark ed. Globalization and Europe. Buckingham, UK: The Open University, pp. 107–165.

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Beattie, Hugh (2002). Etnicidad, nacionalismo y el Estado en Afganistán. In: Devalle, Susana ed. Identidad y Etnicidad Continuidad y Cambio. Mexico City: El Colegio de Mexico, pp. 83–117.

Bowman, Marion (2002). Contemporary Celtic spirituality. In: Pearson, Joanne ed. Belief beyond boundaries: Wicca, Celtic spirituality and the New Age. Religion today: tradition, modernity and change (5). Aldershot, UK: Ashgate, pp. 55–101.

Waterhouse, Helen (2002). Insider/outsider perspectives on ritual in Soka Gakkai International-UK. In: Stringer, M.D. and Arweck, E. eds. Theorizing faith : the insider/outsider problem in the study of ritual. Birmingham, UK: University of Birmingham Press, pp. 57–75.

Waterhouse, Helen (2002). Soka Gakkai Buddhism as a global religious movement. In: Wolffe, John ed. Global Religious Movements in Regional Context. Religion Today: Tradition, Modernity and Change (4). Milton Keynes, UK: Open University Press, pp. 109–155.

Wolffe, John (2002). 'Evangelicals and Pentecostals: Indigenizing a Global Gospel' in Global Religious Movements in Regional Context. In: Wolffe, John ed. Global Religious Movements in Regional Context. Religion Today: Tradition, Modernity and Change, 4. Ashgate, pp. 13–108.

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Beckerlegge, Gwilym ed. (2001). From Sacred Text to Internet. Aldershot: Ashgate.

Beckerlegge, Gwilym ed. (2001). The World Religions Reader. 2nd Edition. London: Routledge.

Beattie, Hugh (2001). Imperial Frontier Tribe and State in Waziristan. Richmond, Surrey: Curzon Press.

Beckerlegge, Gwilym (2001). Computer-mediated religion: religion on the internet at the end of the twentieth century. In: Beckerlegge, Gwilym ed. From Sacred Text to Internet. Religion Today: Tradition, Modernity and Change (1). Aldershot, U.K.: Ashgate in association with the Open University, pp. 219–264.

Beckerlegge, Gwilym (2001). Hindu Sacred Images for the Mass Market. In: Beckerlegge, Gwilym ed. From Sacred Text to Internet. Religion Today: Tradition, Modernity and Change (1). Aldershot, U.K.: Ashgate in association with the Open University, pp. 57–116.

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Bowman, Marion (2001). The People’s Princess: Religion and Politics in the Mourning for Diana. In: Barna, Gabor ed. Politics and Folk Religion. Bibliotheca religionis popularis Szegediensis, (6). Szeged, Hungary: Department of Ethnology, University of Szeged.

Walter, Tony and Waterhouse, Helen (2001). Une simple coquille: la mort et la reincarnation. Recherches Sociologiques, XXXII(2) pp. 35–47.

Waterhouse, Helen (2001). Representing western Buddhism: a United Kingdom focus. In: Beckerlegge, Gwilym ed. From Sacred Text to Internet. Religion today: tradition, modernity and change series. Ashgate Publishing Company, pp. 117–160.

Waterhouse, Helen (2001). Buddhist responses to environmental crisis. In: Herbert, David ed. Religion and Social Transformations. Religion Today: Tradition, Modernity and Change (2). Aldershot: Ashgate, pp. 156–191.

Wolffe, John (2001). Civic religious identities and responses to prominent deaths in Edinburgh and Cardiff, 1847-1910. In: Pope, Robert ed. Religion and National Identity: Scotland and Wales, c 1700-2000. University of Wales Press, pp. 163–185.

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Bowman, Marion ed. (2000). Healing and Religion. Hisarlik Studies in Contemporary Religion. London: Hisarlik Press.

Sutcliffe, Steven and Bowman, Marion eds. (2000). Beyond New Age: Exploring Alternative Spirituality. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.

Beckerlegge, Gwilym (2000). Swami Akhandananda's sevavratra (vow of service) and the earliest expressions of service to humanity in the Ramakrishna Math and Mission. In: Copley, A ed. Gurus and Their Followers : New Religious Reform Movements in Colonial India. Melbourne, Victoria, Australia: Oxford University Press, pp. 59–82.

Bowman, Marion (2000). Nature, the Natural and Pagan Identity. Pagan Identities, Special Issue of DISKUS, Marion Bowman, Graham Harvey, eds., 6

Bowman, Marion (2000). The need for healing: a Bath case study. In: Bowman, Marion ed. Healing and Religion. Enfield Lock, Middlesex: Hisarlik Press, pp. 95–107.

Bowman, Marion (2000). Introduction. In: Bowman, Marion and Sutcliffe, Steven eds. Beyond New Age: Exploring Altenative Spirituality. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, pp. 1–13.

Bowman, Marion (2000). Contemporary Celtic spirituality. In: Hale, Amy and Payton, Philip eds. New Directions in Celtic Studies. Exeter: University of Exeter Press, pp. 69–91.

Bowman, Marion (2000). More of the same? Christianity, vernacular religion and alternative spirituality in Glastonbury. In: Sutcliffe, Steven and Bowman, Marion eds. Beyond New Age: Exploring Alternative Spirituality. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, pp. 83–104.

Bowman, Marion and Harvey, Graham (2000). Pagan Identities: DISKUS 6. BASR, Wolverhampton.

Wolffe, John (2000). Great Deaths: Grieving, Religion and Nationhood in Victorian and Edwardian Britain. British Academy Postdoctoral Fellowship Mongraphs. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Wolffe, John (2000). Marching forth with the banner of Christ unfurled. In: Chadwick, Henry and Ward, Allison eds. Not Angels but Anglicans: A History of Christianity in the British Isles. Norwich: Canterbury Press, pp. 255–260.

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Bowman, Marion (1999). A provincial city shows respect: shopping and mourning in Bath. In: Walter, Tony ed. The Mourning for Diana. Oxford: Berg, pp. 215–225.

Tremlett, Paul-Francois (1999). Utopia as Praxis: the case of Joanna Southcott and the Panacea Society. The Scottish Journal of Religious Studies, 20(1) pp. 89–102.

Wolffe, John (1999). Royalty and public grief in Britain: an historical perspective 1817-1997. In: Walter, Tony ed. The Mourning for Diana. Oxford: Berg, pp. 53–64.

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Bowman, Marion (1998). Research Note: After Diana. Folklore, 109 pp. 99–101.

Wolffe, John (1998). Historical method and Christian vision in the study of evangelical history. In: Hutchinson, M and Kalu, O eds. A Global Faith: Essays on Evangelicalism and Globalization. Sydney: Centre for the Study of Australian Christianity, pp. 89–107.

Wolffe, John (1998). A transatlantic perspective: Protestantism and national identities in mid-nineteenth century Britain and the United States. In: McBridge, Ian and Claydon, Tony eds. Protestantism and national identity in Britain and Ireland, c. 1650-c. 1850. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 291–309.

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Wolffe, John ed. (1997). Culture and Empire. Religion in Victorian Britain, 5. Manchester: Manchester University Press.

Beckerlegge, G. (1997). Followers of 'Mohammed, Kalee and Dada Nanuk': the presence of Islam and South Asian religions in Victorian Britain. In: Wolffe, John ed. Religion in Victorian Britain, Volume 5. Manchester, U.K.: Manchester University Press in association with the Open University, pp. 222–267.

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