- An edited collection on the intersections between death, culture and leisure
- A multi-authored journal article focusing on the methodological benefits of walking for criminology
- A co-authored journal article which focuses on the awakening of the thanatological imagination via creative methodological practice
Journal special editions:
Translating Buddhism and the Politics of Ownership, Journal of Global Buddhism19 (2018)
‘Of Demons and Drama: Ritual Syncretism of Sinhala Exorcism and Forum Theatre’, Journal of Global Buddhism 19 (2018)
‘Translating Buddhism and the Politics of Ownership’, Journal of Global Buddhism 19 (2018), with Dr Caroline Starkey, University of Leeds
Religious Flows and Ritual Performance: East Asian Interpretations of Shakespearian Tragedy’, Paranthropology 7(1) (2016)
‘Capturing Spirituality: a photo-elicitation study with two British Neo-Pagans’, Paranthropology 6(1) (2015)
‘The Witch from His-Story to Her-Stories: Changing Contexts’, Paranthropology 5(3) (2014)
Critical Spelunking of Casual Toxicities: Patching Gaming Culture, Information, Communication and Society (forthcoming 2019).
Death Makes the News: How the Media Censor and Display the Dead (Jessica M Fishman), Canadian Journal of Sociology (2018) – invited.
Spirits without Borders: Vietnamese Spirit Mediums in a Translational Age (Karen Fjelstad and Nguyen Thi Hein), The Pomegranate: International Journal of Pagan Studies 20(1) (2018) – invited.
Zombie Theory: A Reader (Sarah J Lauro, ed), Mortality (2018) – invited.
Mors Britannica: Lifestyle and Death-Style in Britain Today (Douglas J Davies) Mortality 23(1) (2017).
Collins Key Concepts: Sociology (Emily Painter with Esther Zarifi), Network: British Sociological Association 126 (2017)
Buddhism, the Internet and Digital Media: The Pixel in the Lotus (Gregory Price Grieve and Daniel Veidlinger, eds) Journal of Religion, Media and Digital Culture 5(2) (2016)
Deathpower: Buddhism’s Ritual Imagination in Cambodia (Eric W Davis) Mortality 21(4) (2016)
Bonds of the Dead: Temples, Burial and the Transformation of Contemporary Japanese Buddhism (Mark M Rowe), Buddhist Studies Review 31(2) (2015)
Non-peer reviewed publications:
‘The Harvard Poltergeist and Other Honest Spirits’ Forum: University of York 43 (2018).
‘Rubbish RE?’ Cambridge Primary Review Trust (2015).
‘The Prevent Duty: Investigation or Education?’ Cambridge Primary Review Trust (2015).