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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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 (1991). The Protestant Crusade in Great Britain 1829-1860. Clarendon Press (Oxford Historical Monographs).

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Blain, Jenny; Ezzy, Douglas and Harvey, Graham eds. (2004). Researching Paganisms. Lanham, MD, USA: AltaMira.

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

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

Clifton, Chas and Harvey, Graham eds. (2004). The Paganism Reader. London, UK: Routledge.

Davies, Jon; Harvey, Graham and Watson, Wilfred G. E. eds. (1995). Words Remembered, Texts Renewed: Festschrift for Prof John F.A. Sawyer. Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies, 195. Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press.

Harvey, Graham ed. (2003). Shamanism: A Reader. London, UK: Routledge.

Harvey, Graham ed. (2005). Ritual and Religious Belief: a reader. Critical Categories in the Study of Religion. London, UK: Equinox.

Harvey, Graham ed. (2000). Indigenous Religions: A Companion. New York: Cassell.

Harvey, Graham ed. (2013). Handbook of Contemporary Animism. Handbooks on Contemporary Religion. Durham: Acumen Publishing.

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

Harvey, Graham; Houseman, Michael; Pike, Sarah and Salomonsen, Jone eds. (2020). Reassembling Democracy: Ritual and Cultural Resource. London: Bloomsbury.

Harvey, Graham and Hughes, Jessica eds. (2018). Sensual Religion: Religion and the Five Senses. Religion and the Senses. Sheffield: Equinox.

Harvey, Graham and Thompson Jr, Charles D. eds. (2005). Indigenous diasporas and dislocations. Vitality of Indigenous Religions. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate.

Harvey, Graham and Wallis, Robert eds. (2004). Historical Dictionary of Shamanism. Historical Dictionaries of Religions, Philosophies, and Movements Series, 77. Lanham, MD, USA: Scarecrow.

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

Ralls-MacLeod, Karen and Harvey, Graham eds. (2000). Indigenous religious musics. SOAS Musicology Series. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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.

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

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.

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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, 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.

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.

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.

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 (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.

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.

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 (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.

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 (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.

Bowman, Marion (1994). The commodification of the Celt: New Age/Neo-pagan consumerism. In: Brewer, Teri ed. The Marketing of Tradition: Perspectives on Folklore, Tourism and the Heritage Industry. Folklore in Use: Applications in the Real World (2). Enfield Lock, Middlesex: Hislarik Press, pp. 143–152.

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.

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 (2016). "Helping Glastonbury to Come into Its Own”: Practical Spirituality, Materiality, and Community Cohesion in Glastonbury. In: Coats, Curtis D. and Emerich, Monica M. eds. Practical Spiritualities in a Media Age. London, New York: Bloomsbury Academic, pp. 51–65.

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.

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.

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 (1995). Cardiac Celts: images of the Celts in contemporary British paganism. In: Harvey, Graham and Hardman, Charlotte eds. Paganism Today. London: Thorsons, pp. 242–251.

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.

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.

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 (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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

Bowman, Marion (1993). Drawn to Glastonbury. In: Reader, Ian and Walter, Tony eds. Pilgrimage in Popular Culture. Basingstoke: MacMillan, pp. 29–62.

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

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 (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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

Harvey, Graham (2004). Pagan Studies or the Study of Paganisms? A case study in the study of religions. In: Blian, Jenny; Ezzy, Doug and Harvey, Graham eds. Researching Paganisms. Lanham, MS, USA: AltaMira, pp. 241–255.

Harvey, Graham (2012). Things act: casual indigenous statements about the performance of object-persons. In: Bowman, Marion and Valk, Ülo eds. Vernacular Religion in Everyday Life: Expressions of Belief. London: Equinox Publishing Limited, pp. 194–210.

Harvey, Graham (2014). Pagan studies or the study of paganisms? A case study in the study of religions. In: Chryssides, George and Zeller, Ben eds. Bloomsbury Companion to New Religious Movements. Bloomsbury, pp. 37–40.

Harvey, Graham (2008). Animism. In: Clarke, Peter B and Beyer, Peter eds. The World's Religions: Continuities and Transformations. New York: Routledge, pp. 15–24.

Harvey, Graham (2015). Food, Sex and Spirituality. In: Coats, Curtis D. and Emerich, Monica M. eds. Practical Spiritualities in a Media Age. Bloomsbury, pp. 189–204.

Harvey, Graham (2012). Indigenous spiritualities. In: Cobb, Mark R; Puchalski, Christina M. and Rumbold, Bruce eds. Oxford Textbook of Spirituality in Healthcare. Oxford Textbooks In Public Health. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 49–54.

Harvey, Graham (2013). Why study indigenous religions? In: Cox, Jim and Adogame, Afe eds. Critical Reflections on Indigenous Religions. Farnham: Ashgate, pp. 19–28.

Harvey, Graham (2012). Bardic chairs and the emergent performance practices of pagans. In: Cusack, Carole M. and Norman, Alex eds. Handbook of New Religions and Cultural Production. Brill Handbooks on Contemporary Religion (4). Leiden: E.J. Brill, pp. 399–420.

Harvey, Graham (1994). Death and remembrance in modern Paganism. In: Davies, Jon ed. Ritual and Remembrance: Responses to Death in Human Societies. Sheffield Academic Press, pp. 103–122.

Harvey, Graham (1995). The suffering of witches and children: uses of witchcraft passages in the Bible. In: Davies, Jon; Watson, Wilfred G. E. and Harvey, Graham eds. Words Remembered, Texts Renewed: Essays in Honour of John F. A. Sawyer. Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies (195). Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, pp. 154–170.

Harvey, Graham (2012). Ritual is etiquette in the larger than human world: the two wildernesses of contemporary eco-Paganism. In: Feldt, Laura ed. Wilderness in Mythology and Religion: Approaching Religious Spatialities, Cosmologies, and Ideas. Religion and Society (55). Berlin: De Gruyter, pp. 265–292.

Harvey, Graham (2012). Ritual in New Religions. In: Hammer, Olav and Rothstein, Mikael eds. Cambridge Companion to New Religious Movements. Cambridge Companions to Religion. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 97–112.

Harvey, Graham (2016). Performing Indigeneity and Performing Guesthood. In: Hartney, Christopher and Tower, Daniel J. eds. Religious Categories and the Construction of the Indigenous. Supplements to Method & Theory in the Study of Religion (7). Brill, pp. 74–91.

Harvey, Graham (2000). Introduction. In: Harvey, Graham ed. Indigenous Religions: a Companion. London: Cassell, pp. 1–19.

Harvey, Graham (2000). Art works in Aotearoa. In: Harvey, Graham ed. Indigenous Religions: a Companion. London: Cassell, pp. 155–172.

Harvey, Graham (2013). Animist realism in indigenous novels and other literature. In: Harvey, Graham ed. Handbook of Contemporary Animism. Acumen Handbooks. Durham: Acumen Publishing.

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 (1995). Heathenism: a north European Pagan tradition. In: Harvey, Graham and Hardman, Charlotte eds. Paganism Today. London: Thorsons, pp. 49–64.

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 (2005). Performing identity and entertaining guests in the Maoridiaspora. In: Harvey, Graham and Thompson, Charles D eds. Indigenous Diasporas and Dislocation. Aldershot: Ashgate, pp. 121–134.

Harvey, Graham (2005). Performing identity and entertaining guests: Maori diaspora in London. In: Harvey, Graham and Thompson, Jr, Charles D. eds. Indigenous Diasporas and Dislocation. Vitality of Indigenous Religions. Aldershot: Ashgate, pp. 121–134.

Harvey, Graham (2006). Discworld and Otherworld: The imaginative use of Fantasy Literature among Pagans. In: Hume, Lynne and McPhillips, Kathleen eds. Popular Spiritualities: The Politics of Contemporary Enchantment. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate, pp. 41–51.

Harvey, Graham (2005). Performing and constructing research as guesthood in the study of religions. In: Hume, Lynne and Mulcock, Jane eds. Anthropologists in the field: cases in participant observation. New York: Columbia University Press, pp. 168–182.

Harvey, Graham (2012). Paganism: negotiating between esotericism and animism under the influence of Kabbalah. In: Huss, Boaz ed. Kabbalah and Contemporary Spiritual Revival. Goldstein-Goren Library of Jewish Thought (14). Beer Sheva: Ben-Gurion University, pp. 267–284.

Harvey, Graham (2017). Art works: A relational rather than representational understanding of art and buildings. 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 (2007). Huldah's Scroll: a pagan reading. In: Isherwood, Lisa ed. Patriarchs, Prophets and Other Villains. Gender, Theology and Spirituality. London: Equinox, pp. 85–100.

Harvey, Graham (2016). Paganism and Animism. In: Jenkins, Willis; Tucker, Mary Evelyn and Grim, John eds. Routledge Handbook of Religion and Ecology. Routledge International Handbooks. Routledge, pp. 209–217.

Harvey, Graham (2014). Relational health: Animists, shamans and the practice of well-being. In: Johnston, Lucas and Bauman, Whitney eds. Science and Religion: One Planet, Many Possibilities. Routledge Studies in Religion. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 204–215.

Harvey, Graham (1998). Synagogues of the Hebrews: "Good Jews" in the Diaspora. In: Jones, Sian and Pearce, Sarah eds. Jewish Local Patriotism and Self-Identification in the Graeco-Roman Period. Library of Second Temple Studies (31). Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, pp. 132–147.

Harvey, Graham (1999). Coming home and coming out Pagan but not converting. In: Lamb, Christopher and Bryant, Darrol eds. Religious Conversion: Contemporary Practices and Controversies. London: Cassell, pp. 233–246.

Harvey, Graham (2007). Inventing Paganisms: making nature. In: Lewis, James and Hammer, Olav eds. The Invention of Sacred Tradition. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 277–290.

Harvey, Graham (2006). Becoming Pagan having been Christian. In: Partridge, Christopher and Reid, Helen eds. Finding and Losing Faith: Studies in Conversion. Studies in Religion & Culture. Bletchley, UK: Paternoster Press, pp. 56–69.

Harvey, Graham (2009). Satanism: performing alterity and othering. In: Petersen, Jesper Aagaard ed. Contemporary Religious Satanism: a Critical Anthology. Ashgate Controversial New Religions Series. Farnham: Ashgate, pp. 27–40.

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.

Harvey, Graham (2009). Animist paganism. In: Pizza, Murphy and Lewis, James R eds. Handbook of Contemporary Paganism. Brill Handbooks on Contemporary Religion (2). Leiden: Brill, pp. 393–412.

Harvey, Graham (2010). Animism rather than Shamanism: new approaches to what shamans do (for other animists). In: Schmidt, Bettina and Huskinson, Lucy eds. Spirit Possession and Trance : New Interdisciplinary Perspectives. Continuum Advances in Religious Studies (7). London: Continuum, pp. 14–34.

Harvey, Graham (2011). Field research: participant observation. In: Stausberg, Michael and Engler, Steven eds. The Routledge Handbook of Research Methods in the Study of Religion. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 217–244.

Harvey, Graham (2000). Boggarts and Books: towards an appreciation of Pagan Spirituality. In: Sutcliffe, Steven and Bowman, Marion eds. Beyond New Age: Exploring Alternative Spirituality. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, pp. 155–168.

Harvey, Graham (1995). 'Ritual abuse allegations, incitement to religious hatred: Pagans and Christians in court. In: Towler, Robert ed. New Religions and the New Europe. RENNER Studies on New Religions (1). Aarhus: Aarhus University Press, pp. 154–170.

Harvey, Graham (2017). Tylor, ‘ Fetishes ’ and the Matter of Animism. In: Tremlett, Paul-François; Sutherland, Liam and Harvey, Graham eds. Edward Tylor, Religion and Culture. London: Bloomsbury, pp. 29–46.

Harvey, Graham (2001). Comments on "The Permeability of Boundaries debate: alternative archaeology - has it happened?". In: Wallis, R. J. and Lymer, K. eds. A Permeability of Boundaries? New Approaches to the Archaeology of Art, Religion and Folklore. BAR international series (936). Oxford: British Archaeological Reports, pp. 121–123.

Harvey, Graham (2009). Paganism. In: Woodhead, Linda; Kawanami, Hiroko and Partridge, Christopher eds. Religions in the Modern World : Traditions and Transformations (2nd ed.). London: Routledge, pp. 357–376.

Harvey, Graham (2009). Paganism. In: Woodhead, Linda; Kawanami, Hiroko and Patridge, Christopher eds. Religions in the Modern World: Traditions and Transformations, 2nd ed. Routledge, pp. 357–376.

Harvey, Graham (2016). Paganism. In: Woodhead, Linda; Partridge, Christopher and Kawanami, Hiroko eds. Religions in the Modern World: Traditions and Transformations (Third Edition). Routledge, pp. 345–367.

Harvey, Graham and Vincett, Giselle (2012). Alternative spiritualities: marginal and mainstream. In: Woodhead, Linda and Catto, Rebecca eds. Religion and Change in Modern Britain. London: Routledge, pp. 156–172.

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.

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 (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 (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.

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.

Maiden, John In: Atherstone, Andrew and Jones, David Ceri eds. The Routledge Research Companion to the History of Evangelicalism. Routledge, pp. 93–109.

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.

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 (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.

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.

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).

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 (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.

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