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Dr Julia Martínez-Ariño

2022

Martínez-Ariño, J., & Zrinščak , S. (2022). Religion and the natural and virtual environments: introduction. Zeitschrift für Religion, Gesellschaft und Politik . https://doi.org/10.1007/s41682-022-00105-4

2021

Schiller, M., Martínez-Ariño, J., & Bolíbar, M. (2021). A Relational Approach to Understanding Local Immigrant Policy-Making: Collaboration with Immigrant Advocacy Bodies in Cities in Germany and France. In K. Schönwälder (Ed.), Diversity in Local Political Practice (Ethnic and Racial Studies). Routledge.
Griera, M., Martínez-Ariño, J., & Clot-Garrell, A. (2021). Banal Catholicism, Morality Policies and the Politics of Belonging in Spain. Religions, 12(5), [293]. https://doi.org/10.3390/rel12050293
Griera, M., Burchardt, M., Bramadat, P., & Martínez-Ariño, J. (2021). Introduction: Religious Events in Contemporary Cities. In P. Bramadat, M. Griera, M. Burchardt, & J. Martinez-Ariño (Eds.), Urban Religious Events: Public Spirituality in Contested Spaces (pp. 1-13). (Bloomsbury Studies in Religion, Space and Place). Bloomsbury Academic.
Martínez-Ariño, J. (2021). "It's the First Sukkah since the Inquisition": Jewish Celebrations in Public Spaces in Barcelona. In P. Bramadat, M. Griera, M. Burchardt, & J. Martinez-Ariño (Eds.), Urban Religious Events: Public Spirituality in Contested Spaces (pp. 95-110). (Bloomsbury Studies in Religion, Space and Place). Bloomsbury Academic.
Martínez-Ariño, J. (2021). Laïcité y prácticas religiosas en contextos urbanos en Francia. In Formas de creer en la ciudad (pp. 443-464). Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México.
Bramadat, P., Griera, M., Burchardt, M., & Martínez-Ariño, J. (Eds.) (2021). Urban Religious Events: Public Spirituality in Contested Spaces. (Bloomsbury Studies in Religion, Space and Place). Bloomsbury Academic.

2020

Martínez-Ariño, J. (2021). Urban Secularism: Negotiating Religious Diversity in Europe. (Routledge Advances in Sociology). Routledge.
Martínez-Ariño, J., & Griera, M. (2020). Adapter la religion: Négocier les limites de la religion minoritaire dans les espaces urbains. Social Compass, 67(2), 221-237. https://doi.org/10.1177/0037768620917085
Martínez-Ariño, J. (2020). Apostasía, entre lo personal y lo político. https://www.lofrsc.org/post/apostas%C3%ADa-entre-lo-personal-y-lo-pol%C3%ADtico
Martínez-Ariño, J. (Ed.) (2020). Governing Religious Diversity in Cities: Critical Perspectives. Routledge.
Martínez-Ariño, J. (2020). Jewish Spatial Practices in Barcelona as Claims for Recognition. Social Inclusion, 8(3), 240-250. https://doi.org/10.17645/si.v8i3.3012
Martínez-Ariño, J., & Zwilling, A-L. (Eds.) (2020). Religion and Prison: An Overview of Contemporary Europe. (Boundaries of Religious Freedom: Regulating Religion in Diverse Societies; Vol. 7). Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-36834-0
Martínez-Ariño, J., & Zwilling, A-L. (2020). Religion and Prison: An Introduction. In J. Martínez-Ariño, & A-L. Zwilling (Eds.), Religion and Prison: An Overview of Contemporary Europe (pp. 1-9). ( Boundaries of Religious Freedom: Regulating Religion in Diverse Societies ; Vol. 7). Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-36834-0_1
Martínez-Ariño, J. (2020). Spain: Religion in Prisons - Socio-Legal Perspectives. In J. Martínez-Ariño, & A-L. Zwilling (Eds.), Religion and Prison: An Overview of Contemporary Europe (pp. 339-358). (Boundaries of Religious Freedom: Regulating Religion in Diverse Societies; Vol. 7). Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-36834-0_21
Martínez-Ariño, J. (2020). Urban Responses to Religious Pluralization in France. In A. Körs, W. Weisse, & J-P. Willaime (Eds.), Religious Diversity and Interreligious Dialogue (pp. 117-130). Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-31856-7_9

2019

Schiller, M., Martínez-Ariño, J., & Bolíbar, M. (2020). A relational approach to local immigrant policy-making: Collaboration with immigrant advocacy bodies in French and German cities. Ethnic And Racial Studies, 43(11), 2041-2061. https://doi.org/10.1080/01419870.2020.1738524
Martínez-Ariño, J., & Teinturier, S. (2019). Faith-Based Schools in Contexts of Religious Diversity: An Introduction. Religion & Education, 46(2), 147-158 . https://doi.org/10.1080/15507394.2019.1590941
Martínez-Ariño, J. (Guest ed.), & Teinturier, S. (Guest ed.) (2019). Focused Section "Faith-Based Schools in Contexts of Religious Diversity". Religion & Education, 46(2).
Martínez-ariño, J. (2019). Governing Islam in French cities: defining ‘acceptable’ public religiosity through municipal consultative bodies. Religion, State and Society, 47(4-5), 423-439. https://doi.org/10.1080/09637494.2019.1652019
Martínez-Ariño, J. (2019). Governing religious diversity in cities: critical perspectives. Religion, State and Society, 47(4-5), 364-373. https://doi.org/10.1080/09637494.2019.1683404

2018

Moutselos, M., Jacobs, C., Martínez-Ariño, J., Schiller, M., Schönwälder, K., & Tandé, A. (2020). Economy or Justice? How Urban Actors Respond to Diversity. Urban Affairs Review, 56(1), 228-253. https://doi.org/10.1177/1078087418764849
Martínez-Ariño, J., Moutselos, M., Schönwälder, K., Jacobs, C., Schiller, M., & Tandé, A. (2019). Why do some cities adopt more diversity policies than others? A study in France and Germany. Comparative European Politics, 17(5), 651-672. https://doi.org/10.1057/s41295-018-0119-0
Martínez-Ariño, J., & Griera, M. (2018). Catholic Chaplains in Public Institutions: Contextual Opportunities and Institutional Inertia in Spanish Hospitals and Prisons. Journal of Religion in Europe, 11(2-3), 138-160. https://doi.org/10.1163/18748929-01102004
Griera, M., & Martínez-Ariño, J. (2018). Researching Religion in Public Institutions: Context, Object, and Methods. Journal of Religion in Europe, 11, 110-122. https://doi.org/10.1163/18748929-01102002
Martínez-Ariño, J. (2018). The Evolution of Religious Diversity: Mapping Religious Minorities in Barcelona. In C. Monnot, & J. Stolz (Eds.), Congregations in Europe (pp. 177-193). Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-77261-5_10

2017

Martínez-Ariño, J. (2018). Conceptualising the role of cities in the governance of religious diversity in Europe. Current Sociology, 66(5), 810-827. https://doi.org/10.1177/0011392117745942
Martínez-Ariño, J. (2017). Rupture ou normalisation? L’Institutionnalisation du judaïsme diversifié en Espagne. In E. Tartakowsky, & M. Dimentstein (Eds.), Juifs d'Europe: Identités Plurielles et Mixité (pp. 83-94). (Civilisations étrangères). Presses Universitaires François-Rabelais.
Martínez-Ariño, J. (2017). Spain: Important Changes in Religious Landscape and Public Policy. In J. Nelis, C. Sägesser, & J-P. Schreiber (Eds.), Religion and Secularism in the European Union: State of Affairs and Current Debates (pp. 175-179). (Dynamiques citoyennes en Europe). Peter Lang.
Griera, M., & Martínez-Ariño, J. (2017). The Accommodation of Religious Diversity in Prisons and Hospitals in Spain. In F. Colom Gonzalez, & G. D'Amato (Eds.), Multireligious Society: Dealing with Religious Diversity in Theory and Practice (pp. 251-266). [13] Taylor & Francis Ltd.

2016

Martínez-Ariño, J. (2016). "Being Jew is like Travelling by Bus": Constructing Jewish Identities in Spain between Individualisation and Group Belonging. Journal of Religion in Europe, 9(4), 324-349. https://doi.org/10.1163/18748929-00904002
Martínez-Ariño, J. (2016). Grupos religiosos y gobierno local en interacción: Un estudio de caso en Francia. Sociedad y Religión, 26(46), 201-223.
Martínez-Ariño, J., & Lefebvre, S. (2016). Resisting or Adapting? How Private Catholic High Schools in Quebec Respond to State Secularism and Religious Diversification. Eurostudia, 11(1), 19-44. https://doi.org/10.7202/1036316ar
Martínez-Ariño, J., & Griera, M. (2016). Responses to Religious Diversity in Spain: Hospitals and Prisons from a Comparative Perspective. Interdisciplinary Journal for Religion and Transformation in Contemporary Society, 2(1), 37-59.

2015

Martínez-Ariño, J., García-Romeral, G., Ubasart-González, G., & Griera, M. (2015). Demonopolisation and dislocation: (Re-)negotiating the place and role of religion in Spanish prisons. Social Compass, 62 (1 ), 3-21. https://doi.org/10.1177/0037768614560875
Griera, M., Martínez-Ariño, J., Clot-Garrell, A., & Garcia-Romeral, G. (2015). Religión e instituciones públicas en España. Hospitales y prisiones en perspectiva comparada. Revista Internacional de Sociología, 73(3), 1-13. https://doi.org/10.3989/ris.2015.73.3.e020

2014

Griera, M., Martínez-Ariño, J., & García-Romeral, G. (2014). Beyond the Separation of Church and State: Explaining the New Governance of Religious Diversity in Spain. (pp. 1-30). (MMG Working Papers Print; Vol. 14, No. 08). Max Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity.
Griera, M., & Martínez-Ariño, J. (2014). The Accommodation of Religious Diversity in Prisons and Hospitals in Spain. (pp. 1-15). (RECODE Working Paper Series; Vol. 28). RECODE.

2012

Martínez-Ariño, J. (2012). Identidades y vivencias judías en la Cataluña contemporánea: Una realidad diversa y cambiante. Quaderns de l'Institut Catala d'Antropologia, 17(2), 73-85.
Martínez-Ariño, J., & García-Romeral, G. (2012). L’acomodació de la pràctica funerària a Barcelona: Diferències entre comunitats islàmiques i jueves. Revista Catalana de Sociologia, (28), 89-100. https://doi.org/10.2436/20.3005.01.50

2009

Martínez-Ariño, J., & Sala Torrent, M. (2009). Las redes sociales del Centro de Salud San Pablo de Zaragoza. Atencion primaria, 41(12), 670-674. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.aprim.2009.03.012
Dr Brenda Bartelink

2022

van Bergen, D. D., Saharso, S., Degener, C. J., Bartelink, B., & Vanderfaeillie, J. (2022). Moral Dilemmas in Foster Care Due to Religious Differences Between Birth Parents, Foster Parents, and Foster Children. Child and Adolescent Social Work Journal. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10560-021-00815-3

2020

Bartelink, B. (2022). Gender and International development: Searching for game changers in the midst of polarisation. In C. Starkey, & E. Tomalin (Eds.), The Routledge Handbook of Religion, Gender and Society (pp. 351-364). (Routledge Handbooks in Religion). Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9780429466953-26
Bartelink, B., Bustamante, G., Kwamba, L., & Lowe, S. (2020). Embodied stories: African-Dutch women narrate (in)visibility and agency in the city of The Hague. LOVA: tijdschrift voor feministische antropologie, 41, 8-32.
Bartelink, B., & Wiering, J. (2020). Speaking the Body: Examining the Intersections of Sexuality, Secularity and Religion in Dutch Sexuality Education. In S-J. Page, & K. Pilcher (Eds.), Embodying Religion, Gender and Sexuality (1 ed., pp. 76-92). (Gendering the Study of Religion in the Social Sciences). Routledge.
Bartelink, B. (2020). The ambivalence of the immanent: Human security and the development response to HIV and AIDS in Uganda. In J. Tarusarira, & E. Chitando (Eds.), Themes in Religion and Human Security Routledge, Taylor and Francis group.
Bartelink, B. (2020). The Personal is Political: Pentecostal Approaches to Governance and Security. Transatlantic Policy Network for Religion and Diplomacy. https://religionanddiplomacy.org.uk/library/tpnrd-reports-2/
Bartelink, B. (2020). The Personal is Political: Pentecostal Approaches to Governance and Security. The Review of Faith and International Affairs, 18(3), 69-75. https://doi.org/10.1080/15570274.2020.1795399
Bartelink, B., & Wilson, E. (2020). The spiritual is political: Reflecting on gender, religion and secularism in international development. In K. Kraft, & O. Wilkinson (Eds.), International Development Actors and Local Faith Communities: Ideological and Cultural Encounters (1 ed.). [section 1] (Routledge Research in Religion and Development). Routledge.

2019

Bartelink, B., & Le Roux, E. (2020). What is in a name? Identifying the harm in 'harmful traditional practices'. In O. Wilkinson, & K. Kraft (Eds.), International Development and Local Faith Actors: Ideological and Cultural Encounters (Routledge Research in Religion and Development). Routledge.
Bartelink, B., & Groeneweg, T. (2019). Advocating the value-add of faith in a secular context: The case of the Knowledge Centre Religion and Development in the Netherlands. . Hts teologiese studies-Theological studies, 75(4), 1-9. https://doi.org/10.4102/hts.v75i4.5510
Knibbe, K., & Bartelink, B. (2019). Gender: Religion, Secularism, and Women’s Empowerment. In B. Schewel, & E. K. Wilson (Eds.), Religion and European Society: A Primer (pp. 125–141). John Wiley and Sons Ltd. https://doi.org/10.1002/9781119162766.ch8
Bartelink, B., & Knibbe, K. (2019). Seksueel welzijn in de context van religieuze en culturele diversiteit. Rijksuniversiteit Groningen.
Bartelink, B., & Knibbe, K. (2019). Seksueel welzijn in de context van religieuze en culturele diversiteit. Rijksuniversiteit Groningen.
Bartelink, B., & Knibbe, K. (2019, Sep 24). Sexual well-being in the context of religious and cultural diversity. https://www.rug.nl/research/centre-for-religious-studies/religion-conflict-globalization/blog/sexual-well-being-in-the-context-of-religious-and-cultural-diversity-24-09-2019
Bartelink, B. (2019). The personal is political: Locating the centrality of the family in Pentecostal approaches to governance and security. Paper presented at Transatlantic Policy Network on Religion and Diplomacy, The Hague.

2018

Knibbe, K., Bartelink, B., Wiering, J., Neutel, K., & Burchardt, M. (2018). Around Joan Scott's 'Sex and Secularism'. Religion and society. Advances in Research, 9(1), 176-191. https://doi.org/10.3167/arrs.2018.090113
Bartelink, B., & Le Roux, E. (2018). Navigating State, Religion And Gender: A Case Study Of Abaad’s Gender Activism In Lebanon. Politeia, 37(2). https://doi.org/10.25159/0256-8845/4653
Bartelink, B., & le Roux, E. (2018, Jun 14). No More “Harmful Traditional Practices”! Gender Activism and Faith Leaders in International Development.
Bartelink, B., & le Roux, E. (2018, May 2). No More “Harmful Traditional Practices”! Gender Activism and Faith Leaders in International Development.
Bartelink, B., & le Roux, E. (2018). No more 'harmful traditional practices': working effectively with faith leaders. Paper presented at Channels of Hope Research Workshop.
Bartelink, B. (2018). Review of Judith Casselberry, The Labor of Faith: Gender and Power in Black Apostolic Pentecostalism, Durham and London: Duke University Press, 2017, 213 pp., ISBN:9780822369035. Religion and Gender, 8(1), 120-122. https://doi.org/10.18352/rg.10253
Bartelink, B. (2018, Mar 8). The Power to Call for ‘Inclusion Riders’: Violence and Innocence in Gender Activism.

2017

Palm, S., le Roux, E., & Bartelink, B. (2017). Amplifying Development Partnering with faith: Policy Brief. (Research Report ed.) Tearfund. https://jliflc.com/about-gbv-hub/htp-study/
Bartelink, B., le Roux, E., & Levinga, W. (2017). Bibliography for Harmful Traditional Practices and Religion - 2017. Tearfund. https://gender-based-violence.jliflc.com/resources/htp-context-faith-literature-review/
Bartelink, B., le Roux, E., & Levinga, W. (2017). Case Study with ABAAD as part of the UK Government-funded ‘Working effectively with faith leaders to challenge harmful traditional practices’. (Research Report ed.) Tearfund. https://gender-based-violence.jliflc.com/resources/case-study-abaad-uk-htp-study/
Palm, S., le Roux, E., & Bartelink, B. (2017). Case study with Christian Aid as part of the UK Government-funded ‘Working effectively with faith leaders to challenge harmful traditional practices'. (Research Report ed.) Tearfund. https://gender-based-violence.jliflc.com/resources/case-study-christian-aid-uk-htp-study/
le Roux, E., & Bartelink, B. (2017). Case study with Islamic Relief Worldwide as part of the UK-Aid funded ‘Working effectively with faith leaders to challenge harmful traditional practices’. (Research Report ed.) Tearfund. https://gender-based-violence.jliflc.com/resources/case-study-islamic-relief-worldwide-uk-htp-study/
le Roux, E., & Bartelink, B. (2017). Case study with Tearfund as part of the UK Government-funded ‘Working effectively with faith leaders to challenge harmful traditional practices'. (Research Report ed.) Tearfund. https://gender-based-violence.jliflc.com/resources/case-study-with-tearfund-uk-htp-study/
Bartelink, B., & le Roux, E. (2017). Case study with World Vision International as part of the UK Government-funded ‘Working effectively with faith leaders to challenge harmful traditional practices’. (Research Report ed.) Tearfund. https://gender-based-violence.jliflc.com/resources/case-study-world-vision-international-uk-htp-study/
Bartelink, B., le Roux, E., & Levinga, W. (2017). Harmful traditional practices in the context of faith: A literature Review: Part of the UK Government-funded ‘Working effectively with faith leaders to challenge harmful traditional practices'. Tearfund. https://jliflc.com/resources/no-harmful-traditional-practices-working-effectively-faith-leaders/
le Roux, E., & Bartelink, B. (2017). No more ‘harmful traditional practices’: working effectively with faith leaders. Tearfund.
Bartelink, B., le Roux, E., & Palm, S. (2017). Sleeping Giants: Mobilizing faith leaders as agents of change. (Research Report ed.) Tearfund. https://gender-based-violence.jliflc.com/resources/sleeping-giants-mobilising-faith-leaders-agents-change/
le Roux, E., Bartelink, B., & Palm, S. (2017). What’s the harm in harmful traditional practices’: Policy Brief. (Research Report ed.) Tearfund. https://gender-based-violence.jliflc.com/resources/harm-harmful-traditional-traditional-practices/

2016

Bartelink, B. (2016). Cultural encounters of the secular kind: Religious and secular dynamics in the development response to HIV/AIDS. Rijksuniversiteit Groningen.
Bartelink, B. (2016). Navigating Changing Winds: Contributions and Achievements of the Dutch Knowledge Centre for Religion and Development. The Ecumenical Review, 68(4), 403-413. https://doi.org/10.1111/erev.12245
Bartelink, B. (Author). (2016). Reflections on a 'horror campaign' to draw attention to the global impact of HIV and AIDS in the Netherlands. Maybe the campaign of the Aidsfonds wasn't all that bad?. Web publication/site, Religion Factor. https://religionfactor.net/2016/12/20/maybe-the-campaign-by-the-aidsfonds-wasnt-all-that-bad-reflections-on-a-horror-campaign-to-draw-attention-to-the-global-impact-of-hiv-and-aids-in-the-netherlands/
Bartelink, B., & Warmelink, A. (2016). Religie en seksualiteit: een casus: Religiekunde in de praktijk II. Narthex. Tijdschrift voor levensbeschouwing en educatie, 16(4), 79-86.

2015

Bartelink, B. (2015). Building Bridges: Engaging faith based organisations and secular actors to improve the lives of women and girls. Cordaid.
Bartelink, B. (2015). Engaging with religious actors in implementing Comprehensive Sexuality Education: Exploring the added value and the potential in the Educaids Approach. Educaids.
Bartelink, B., Petersen, M., & Christiansen, C. (2015). Religion, human rights and democratisation: A mapping of faith-based organisations and donor initiatives. SIDA.
Bartelink, B., Wilson, E., & Haze, N. (2015). Spirituality as a conduit for social transformation? Rethinking secular and religious assumptions in development practice: Report and Critical Research Reflection on Channels of Hope HIV&AIDS and MNCH – Zimbabwe . World Vision. http://www.wvi.org/publication/report-and-critical-research-reflection-channels-hope-hivaids-and-mnch-–-zimbabwe-0
Bartelink, B. (Author). (2015). The Pretence of Neutrality: Religion and the implementation of programs on Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights. Web publication/site, CIHA. http://www.cihablog.com/the-pretence-of-neutrality-religion-and-the-implementation-of-programmes-on-sexual-and-reproductive-health-and-rights/
Wilson, E., & Bartelink, B. (2015, Dec 9). The spiritual is political: Blurring boundaries and challenging assumptions in religion and development. The Religion Factor. https://religionfactor.net/2015/12/09/the-spiritual-is-political-blurring-boundaries-and-challenging-assumptions-in-religion-and-development/
Wilson, E., & Bartelink, B. (2015, Dec 10). Towards a broader research agenda in religion and development. The Religion Factor. https://religionfactor.net/2015/12/10/towards-a-broader-research-agenda-in-religion-and-development/

2014

Bartelink, B., & Meinema, E. (2014). Contested Sexualities and Shared Concerns: Power dynamics in a transnational network of faith-based organizations. In Strings Attached: Aids and the Rise of Transnational Connections in Africa (pp. 155-172). (Proceedings of the British Academy ; Vol. 194). Oxford University Press.
Wilson, E., & Bartelink, B. (2014, Sep 17). Levelling the playing field: Development, religion and the entanglement of social and personal transformation. The Religion Factor. https://religionfactor.net/2014/09/17/levelling-the-playing-field-development-religion-and-the-entanglement-of-social-and-personal-transformation/
Bartelink, B. (2014). The fifty shades of grey in Religion and Sexuality. In F. Kaulingfreks (Ed.), Social Innovation in Practice (pp. 24-31). Association for Progressive Communications and Hivos.
Bartelink, B. (Author), & Wilson, E. K. (Author). (2014). We must all be allowed to love each other with honour: spirituality and social transformation. Web publication/site, openDemocracy. https://www.opendemocracy.net/transformation/brenda-bartelink-erin-wilson/we-must-all-be-allowed-to-love-each-other-with-honour-sp

2011

Bartelink, B. (Author). (2011). Het seksueel nationalisme van Ben Knapen. Web publication/site, Vice Versa. http://www.viceversaonline.nl/2011/10/het-seksueel-nationalisme-van-ben-knapen/
Bartelink, B., & Buitelaar, M. (2011). The challenges of incorporating Muslim women’s views into development policy: analysis of a Dutch action research project in Yemen. In E. Tomalin (Ed.), Gender, faith and development (Working in Gender and Development). Rugby, Warwickshire : Practical Action Publishing Oxfam GB.

2010

Bartelink, B., & Pape, U. (2010). Political, social and religious dimensions in the fight against HIV/AIDS: Negotiating worldviews, facing practical challenges. s.n.
Bartelink, B. (2010). Rituelen maken het verschil. Religie en ontwikkelingssamenwerking in Nederland. In J. E. A. Kroesen, Y. B. Kuiper, & P. G. T. Nanninga (Eds.), Religie en cultuur in hedendaags Nederland. Observaties en interpretaties (pp. 117 - 125). Koninklijke Van Gorcum.

2009

Bartelink, B., & Pape, U. D. (2009). Introduction. In B. Bartelink, & U. Pape (Eds.), Political, social and religious dimensions in the fight against HIV/AIDS: Negotiating worldviews, facing practical challenges (Vol. no. 28, pp. 5 - 16). (CDS Research Paper). Centre for Development Studies.
Bartelink, B., & Pape, U. D. (2009). Political, social and religious dimensions in the fight against HIV/AIDS: Negotiating worldviews, facing practical challenges. (no. 28 ed.) Centre for Development Studies.
Bartelink, B. (2009). The Devil’s Advocate: A religious studies perspective on Dutch discourses on religion and development. In C. De Pater, & I. Dankelman (Eds.), Religion and Sustainable Development: Opportunities and Challenges for Higher Education (Vol. 46). (Nijmegen Studies in Development and Cultural Change ; Vol. 46). Berlin : LIT Verlag.

2006

Bartelink, B. (2006). Erken me als vrouw en als Moslim: Maysam Al Faruqi in het licht van het islamitisch feministisch vertoog. Fier, 9(1), 15 - 17.
Bartelink, B., & Buitelaar, M. W. (2006). Religion and gender in a Dutch Action-Research Project in Yemen. Gender & Development, 14(3), 351 - 362.
Bartelink, B., & Buitelaar, M. (2006). The challenges of incorporating Muslim women’s views into development policy: analysis of a Dutch action research project in Yemen. Gender and Development, 14(3), 351-361. https://doi.org/10.1080/13552070600980286
Dr Manoela Carpenedo

2022

Carpenedo , M. (Accepted/In press). Cultivating a desire of One’s Own: Sexuality and Moral transformation among ‘Judaising Evangelical’ women in Brazil. In Handbook of Religion, Gender, and Sexuality Bloomsbury Academic.

2021

Carpenedo, M. (2021). Becoming Jewish, Believing in Jesus: Judaizing Evangelicals in Brazil. Oxford University Press.
Carpenedo Rodrigues, M. (2021). Christian Zionist religiouscapes in Brazil: Understanding Judaizing practices and Zionist inclinations in Brazilian Charismatic Evangelicalism. Social Compass, 68(2), 204-217. https://doi.org/10.1177/00377686211014843

2020

Carpenedo, M. (2020). Vivendo a nossa ascendência marrana. Ritual e identidades judaicas entre os evangélicos judaizantes no Brasil. Lusotopie, 18(2), 167-191. https://doi.org/10.1163/17683084-12341742

2018

Carpenedo, M. (2018). Collective memory in the making of religious change: the case of "emerging Jews' followers of Jesus. Religion, 48(1), 83-104. https://doi.org/10.1080/0048721X.2017.1386136

2017

Carpenedo , M., & Nardi, H. (2017). Maternidade transnacional e produção de subjetividade: as experiências de mulheres brasileiras imigrantes vivendo em Londres. Cadernos Pagu, 47, [174912]. https://doi.org/10.1590/18094449201700490012

2013

Carpenedo , M., & Nardi, H. (2013). Mulheres Brasileiras na divisão internacional do trabalho reprodutivo: construindo subjetividade(s). Revista de Estudios Sociales, 2013(45), 96-109. https://doi.org/10.7440/res45.2013.08
Dr Kim Knibbe

2021

Berger, P., Buitelaar, M., & Knibbe, K. (2021). Epilogue: Studying religion in context - Diversity and commonalities in approaches. In P. Berger, M. Buitelaar, & K. Knibbe (Eds.), Religion as relation : Studying religion in context (pp. 296-304). Equinox Publishing Ltd..
Knibbe, K. (2021). Religious, feminist, activist: cosmologies of interconnection. Political Theology, 22(4), 356-357. https://doi.org/10.1080/1462317X.2021.1882738

2020

Knibbe, K. (2020). A Merely Private Activity: Spiritual consumerism as a way to transform gendered relationships to secular and religious authorities. In A. Fedele, & K. Knibbe (Eds.), Secular Society, Spiritual Selves? The Gendered Triangle of Religion, Secularity and Spirituality (pp. 184-197). (Gendering the Study of Religion in the Social Sciences). Routledge.
Fedele, A., & Knibbe, K. E. (2020). Introduction: Spirituality, the third category in a gendered triangle. In A. Fedele, & K. E. Knibbe (Eds.), Secular Societies, Spiritual Selves? The Gendered Triangle of Religion, Secularity and Spirituality (pp. 1-29). (Gendering the Study of Religion in the Social Sciences). Routledge.
Knibbe, K., & Kupari, H. (2020). Introduction: Theorizing Lived Religion. Journal of contemporary religion, 35(2), 157-176. https://doi.org/10.1080/13537903.2020.1759897
Knibbe, K. (2020). Is critique possible in the study of lived religion? Anthropological and feminist reflections. Journal of contemporary religion, 35(2), 251-268. https://doi.org/10.1080/13537903.2020.1759904
Fedele, A., & Knibbe, K. (Eds.) (2020). Secular societies, spiritual selves? The gendered triangle of religion, secularity and spirituality. (1 ed.) (Gendering the Study of Religion in the Social Sciences). Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9780429456923
Fedele, A., & Knibbe, K. (2020). Spirituality, the Third Category in a Gendered Triangle. In A. Fedele, & K. Knibbe (Eds.), Secular Society, Spiritual Selves? The Gendered Triangle of Religion, Secularity and Spirituality (Gendering the Study of Religion in the Social Sciences). Routledge.
Knibbe, K. (Guest ed.), & Kupari, H. (Guest ed.) (2020). Theorizing Lived Religion. Journal of contemporary religion, 35(2).

2019

Knibbe, K. (2021). Dilemmas in participant observation in religious contexts. In P. Berger, M. Buitelaar, & K. Knibbe (Eds.), Religion as Relation: Studying Religion in Context (The Study of Religion in a Global Context). Equinox Publishing Ltd..
Berger, P., Buitelaar, M., & Knibbe, K. (2021). Introduction: Religion as Relation. In P. Berger, M. Buitelaar, & K. Knibbe (Eds.), Religion as Relation: Studying Religion in Context (pp. 1-50). Equinox Publishing Ltd..
Berger, P., Buitelaar, M., & Knibbe, K. (Eds.) (2021). Religion as Relation: Studying Religion in Context. (The Study of Religion in a Global Context). Equinox Publishing Ltd.
Knibbe, K. E. (2019). Conflicting Futures, Entangled Pasts: Nigerian Missionaries in a Post-secular Europe? PentecoStudies, 18(2), 133-154. https://doi.org/10.1558/pent.37795
Knibbe, K., & Bartelink, B. (2019). Gender: Religion, Secularism, and Women’s Empowerment. In B. Schewel, & E. K. Wilson (Eds.), Religion and European Society: A Primer (pp. 125–141). John Wiley and Sons Ltd. https://doi.org/10.1002/9781119162766.ch8
Bartelink, B., & Knibbe, K. (2019). Seksueel welzijn in de context van religieuze en culturele diversiteit. Rijksuniversiteit Groningen.
Bartelink, B., & Knibbe, K. (2019). Seksueel welzijn in de context van religieuze en culturele diversiteit. Rijksuniversiteit Groningen.
Bartelink, B., & Knibbe, K. (2019, Sep 24). Sexual well-being in the context of religious and cultural diversity. https://www.rug.nl/research/centre-for-religious-studies/religion-conflict-globalization/blog/sexual-well-being-in-the-context-of-religious-and-cultural-diversity-24-09-2019

2018

Knibbe, K., Bartelink, B., Wiering, J., Neutel, K., & Burchardt, M. (2018). Around Joan Scott's 'Sex and Secularism'. Religion and society. Advances in Research, 9(1), 176-191. https://doi.org/10.3167/arrs.2018.090113
Knibbe, K., & van Houtert, E. (2018). Religious Experience and Phenomenology. In H. Callan (Ed.), The International Encyclopedia of Anthropology (pp. 1-10). Wiley. https://doi.org/10.1002/9781118924396.wbiea1929
Knibbe, K. E. (2018). Secularist understandings of Pentecostal healing practices in Amsterdam: Developing an intersectional and post-secularist sociology of religion. Social Compass, 65(5), 650-666. https://doi.org/10.1177/0037768618800418

2017

Bartels, E., Knibbe, K., de Koning, M., & Salemink, O. (2017). Cultural Identity as a Key Dimension of Human Security in Western Europe: The Dutch Case. In T. H. Eriksen, E. Bal, & O. Salemink (Eds.), A World of Insecurity: Anthropological Perspectives on Human Security (pp. 116-132). (A World of Insecurity). Pluto Press. https://doi.org/10.2307/j.ctt183pcnn.9

2016

Fedele, A., & Knibbe, K. (2016). From Angel in the Home to Sacred Prostitute: Unconditional Love and Gendered Hierarchies in Contemporary Spirituality. In L. Gemzöe, M-L. Keinanen, & A. Maddrell (Eds.), Contemporary Encounters in Gender and Religion: European Perspectives (pp. 195- 216). Palgrave MacMillan. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-42598-6
Knibbe, K. (2016). Qualitative Research. In K. von Stuckrad, & R. A. Segal (Eds.), Vocabulary for the Study of Religion Brill.
Knibbe, K. E. (2016). Review: HEFNER, Robert W. (Ed.), Global Pentecostalism in the 21st Century. Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press, 2013. 270pp. Pbk. ISBN: 9780253010865. PentecoStudies, 15(1), 106-108. https://doi.org/10.1558/ptcs.v15i1.30182
Knibbe, K. (Author). (2016). The Scandal of Women’s Bodies in Secular Europe. Web publication/site, The Religion Factor. https://religionfactor.net/2016/08/25/the-scandal-of-womens-bodies-in-secular-europe/

2015

Buitelaar, M. (Author), Knibbe, K. (Author), & Wilson, E. (Author). (2015). Religion and Conflict: Beyond Cliches and Stereotypes. Web publication/site, The Religion Factor.
Knibbe, K. (2015, Feb 16). What was worse, Charlie Hebdo or Boko Haram? Religion, violence and clicktivism. https://religionfactor.net/2015/02/16/what-was-worse-charlie-hebdo-or-boko-haram-religion-violence-and-clicktivism/

2014

Knibbe, K. (2014). Book review: Religion on the Move! New Dynamics of Religious Expansion in a Globalizing World, written by Afe Adogame and Shobana Shankar. Exchange, 43(3), 301-303. https://doi.org/10.1163/1572543X-12341323
Knibbe, K. (2014). Book Reviews Michael Wilkinson Global Pentecostal Movements: Migration, Mission, and Public Religion: (Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2012), 228 pp., ISBN 9789004235465. Journal of Religion in Europe, 7, 309-311.
Knibbe, K. (2014). Certainty and uncertainty in contemporary spirituality and Catholicism: Finding proof versus destabilizing certainties in popular religion in the Netherlands. Social Compass, 61(4), 537-549. https://doi.org/10.1177/0037768614547008
Knibbe, K. (2014). Fieldwork on morality: Gossip and secrets. In A. Droogers, & A. van Harskamp (Eds.), Methods for the study of religious change: From religious studies to worldview studies (pp. 127-141). Equinox Publishing Ltd.. http://www.equinoxpub.com/equinox/books/showbook.asp?bkid=583
Knibbe, K., van der Meulen, M., & Versteeg, P. (2014). Fieldwork on ritual: Understanding through participation. In A. Droogers, & A. van Harskamp (Eds.), Methods for the study of religious change: From religious studies to worldview studies (pp. 87- 101). Equinox Publishing Ltd.. http://www.equinoxpub.com/equinox/books/showbook.asp?bkid=583
Knibbe, K. (2014, Jul 28). How “Modern” are We? Religion, Secularism, and Multiple Modernities in Europe. https://religionfactor.net/2014/07/28/how-modern-are-we-religion-secularism-and-multiple-modernities-in-europe/
Knibbe, K. (2014). Sites and Politics of Religious Diversity in Southern Europe: Book Review. AnthroCyBib, the Anthropology of Christianity Bibliographic Blog. http://www.blogs.hss.ed.ac.uk/anthrocybib/2014/05/21/sites-politics-religious-diversity-southern-europe-book-review/

2013

Knibbe, K. (2013). Faith in the Familiar: Religion, Spirituality and Place in the South of the Netherlands. (Numen; No. 143). Martinus Nijhoff/Brill.
Fedele, A., & Knibbe, K. E. (Eds.) (2013). Gender and power in contemporary spirituality: ethnographic approaches. (Routledge studies in religion; Vol. 26). Routledge.
Knibbe, K., & Fedele, A. (2013). Introduction: Gender and power in contemporary spirituality. In A. Fedele, & K. Knibbe (Eds.), Gender and power in contemporary spirituality: Ethnographic approaches (pp. 1-28). (Routledge Studies in Religion). Routledge, Taylor and Francis group. http://www.routledge.com/books/details/9780203074657/
Knibbe, K. (2013). Obscuring the role of power and gender in contemporary spiritualities. In A. Fedele, & K. Knibbe (Eds.), Gender and power in contemporary spirituality: Ethnographic Approaches (Routledge Studies in Religion; Vol. 26). Routledge, Taylor and Francis group. http://www.routledge.com/books/details/9780203074657/
Knibbe, K., & Burgess, R. (2013). Pentecostalismo in Europa: un quadro generale delle sua dinamiche. In P. L. Trombetta (Ed.), Cristianesimi senza frontiere:pentecostali le chiese nel mondo (pp. 154- 161). Edizioni Borla.
Knibbe, K. (2013). "Possesing the world": Ambities van een Nigeriaanse Pinksterkerk. TussenRuimte, 6(3), 9-21. http://tussenruimte.com
Knibbe, K. (2013). Recensie - Gender and Christianity in modern Europe: Beyond the feminization thesis, Patrick Pasture, Jan Art en Thomas Buerman (red), Leuven, Leuven University Press, 2012, 238 p., € 39,50, ISBN: 9789058679123. Gender, Tijdschrift voor Gender Studies, 16(3), 89-91. https://doi.org/10.5117/TVGEND2013.3.KNIB
Knibbe, K. (2013, Apr 18). Spring cleaning religiously: From blessing your home to unf*cking your habitat. https://religionfactor.net/2013/04/18/spring-cleaning-religiously-from-blessing-your-home-to-unfcking-your-habitat/
Knibbe, K. (Author). (2013). Stories about HIV/AIDS and Religion. Web publication/site, The Religion Factor. https://religionfactor.net/2013/02/26/stories-about-hivaids-and-religion/
Knibbe, K. (2013, Jan 25). Trouw loopt achter? https://religionfactor.net/2013/01/25/trouw-loopt-achter/
Knibbe, K. E. (2013). VII Conclusions. In Faith in the Familiar: Religion, Spirituality and Place in the South of the Netherlands (Vol. 143, pp. 173-176). (Faith in the Familiar). Brill. https://doi.org/10.1163/9789004214934_008

2012

Knibbe, K. E. (2012). An ethnography of a a medium and her followers : how learning takes place in the context of Jomanda. In A-B. Renger (Ed.), Meister und Schüler in Geschichte und Gegenwart : von Religionen der Antike bis zur modernen Esoterik (pp. 383 - 398). V&R unipress.
Knibbe, K. E. (2012). De rol van roddel in veldwerk en analyse. In L. G. Jansma, D. Hak, & M. de Koning (Eds.), Ervaren en ervaren worden. Opstellen over langdurig sociaalwetenschappelijk veldonderzoek (pp. 165 - 178). Eburon.

2011

Knibbe, K. E. (2011). Casanova, Asad and the public debate on religion. Religion and society. Advances in Research, 1.
Knibbe, K. E. (2011). "How to deal with the Dutch": the local and the global in the habitus of the saved soul. In A. Fedele, & R. Llera Blanes (Eds.), Encounters of body and soul in contemporary religious practices: Anthropological reflections (pp. 91-109). Berghahn. http://www.berghahnbooks.com/title.php?rowtag=FedeleEncounters
Knibbe, K. E., & Droogers, A. (2011). Methodological Ludism and the Academic Study of Religion. Method and Theory in the Study of Religion, 23(3-4), 283-303. https://doi.org/10.1163/157006811X608395
Knibbe, K. E. (2011). Nigerian missionaries in Europe: History repeating itself or a meeting of modernities? Journal of Religion in Europe, 4(3), 471-487.
Knibbe, K. E. (2011). Secrets, gossip and betrayal: Doing fieldwork on the role of religion in moral orientation in a Dutch catholic province. Fieldwork in Religion, 6(2), 151-167.
Knibbe, K. E. (2011). Spiritualiteit en commercie: Aandacht voor ‘volkse’ vormen van religie. Theologisch Debat, 8(1), 4 - 11.
Knibbe, K. E. (2011). Spiritualiteit, welbevinden en commercie. Speling, 3, 15 - 22.
Knibbe, K. E., van der Meulen, M., & Versteeg, P. (2011). Why participation matters to understand ritual experience. Fieldwork in Religion, 6(2), 104-119.

2010

Knibbe, K. (2010). Cultural identity as a key dimension of human security in Western Europe: The Dutch case. Pluto Press.
Knibbe, K. E. (2010). Geographies of conversion: focusing on the spatial practices of Nigerian Pentecostalism. PentecoStudies, 9(2), 175-194. http://www.equinoxjournals.com/PENT/article/view/8881
Knibbe, K. E., Droogers, A., & Smit, R. (2010). Mobility, time and space in Pentecostalism. PentecoStudies, 9(2), 145-152. http://www.equinoxjournals.com/PENT/article/viewFile/9008/pdf
Knibbe, K. E. (2010). Movimentos Religiosos transnacionáis: da redes a territorios. Debates do NER, 10(16), 35 - 47. http://seer.ufrgs.br/debatesdoner/article/view/12202/7208
Knibbe, K. E., Burgess, R., & Quaas, A. (2010). Nigerian-initiated churches as a social force in Europe: the case of the Redeemed Christian Church of God. PentecoStudies, 9(1), 98-122. https://doi.org/10.1558/ptcs.v9i1.97
Knibbe, K. (Ed.) (2010). Volksreligie - rituelen vandaag. TussenRuimte, 2010(2).

2009

Knibbe, K., & van der Meulen, M. (2009). The role of spatial practices and localities in the constituting of the Christian African diaspora. African Diaspora, 2(2), 125-130. https://doi.org/10.1163/187254509X12477244375012
Knibbe, K. (2009). 'We did not come here as tenants, but as landlords': Nigerian Pentecostals and the power of maps. African Diaspora, 2(2), 133-158. https://doi.org/10.1163/187254509X12477244375058

2008

Knibbe, K. E., & Versteeg, P. (2008). Assessing phenomenology in anthropology: lessons from the study of religion and experience. https://doi.org/10.1177/0308275X07086557
Knibbe, K. (2008). The role of religious certainty and uncertainty in moral orientation in a catholic province in the Netherlands. Social Compass, 55(1), 20-30. https://doi.org/10.1177/0037768607086495

1998

Knibbe, K. (1998). Molukkers langs de maatschappelijke ladder: een onderzoek naar de sociaal-economische positie van de Molukse beroepsbevolking in Noord-en Zuid-Holland. Wetenschapswinkel Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam.
Dr Joram Tarusarira

2022

Tarusarira, J. (2022). Religious Environmental Sensemaking in Climate-Induced Conflicts. Religions, 13(3), [204]. https://doi.org/10.3390/rel13030204
Tarusarira, J., & Humbe, B. P. (2022). The Ambivalence of African Independent/Initiated Churches in Colonial and Postcolonial Politics. In W. S. Goldstein, & J-P. Reed (Eds.), Religion in Rebellions, Revolutions, and Social Movements (pp. 158-172). Routledge.
Tarusarira, J., & Parsitau, D. (2022). The religio-spiritual and sacred dimensions of climate-induced conflicts: A research agenda. In E. Chitando, E. M. Conradie, & S. M. Kilonzo (Eds.), African Perspectives on Religion and Climate Change Routledge.

2021

Tarusarira, J. (2021). Inside Out? Individual Agency and Professional Identity in the Era of Internationalisation in Higher Education. In M. Kumar, & T. Welikala (Eds.), Teaching and Learning in Higher Education: The Context of Being, Interculturality and New Knowledge Systems Emerald Group Publishing Limited.
Tarusarira, J. (2021). The grass versus the people: sacred roots of environmental conflict in the Chilonga communal lands in Zimbabwe. Zeitschrift für Religion, Gesellschaft und Politik . https://doi.org/10.1007/s41682-021-00090-0
Tarusarira, J. (2021). The Importation and Generation of the Religious and the Sacred in Political Song. In P. Berger, M. Buitelaar, & K. Knibbe (Eds.), Religion as Relation: Studying Religion in Context (pp. 242-260). (The Study of Religion in a Global Context). Equinox Publishing Ltd..

2020

Tarusarira, J., & Chitando, E. (2020). Introduction: Themes in Religion and Human Security in Africa. In J. Tarusarira, & E. Chitando (Eds.), Themes in Religion and Human Security in Africa (pp. 1-13). (Routledge Studies in Religion). Routledge.
Tarusarira, J. (2020). Religion and Coloniality in Diplomacy. The Review of Faith and International Affairs, 18(3), 87-96. https://doi.org/10.1080/15570274.2020.1795442
Tarusarira, J. (2020). Religion and the Critique of Human Security. In J. Tarusarira, & E. Chitando (Eds.), Themes in Religion and Human Security in Africa (pp. 14-26). (Routledge Studies in Religion). Routledge.
Tarusarira, J., & Mare, A. (2020). Religious Peacebuilding in Zimbabwe: The Role of the Printing Press. In K. Radde-Antweiler, & X. Zeiler (Eds.), The Routledge Handbook of Religion and Journalism (pp. 323-336). Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9780203731420-27
Tarusarira, J. (2020). Religious politics in Africa: Fasting for Politics or Political fasting in Zimbabwe? Exchange, 49(1), 31-52. https://doi.org/10.1163/1572543X-12341548
Tarusarira, J., & Chitando, E. (2020). Teaching Religion and Human Security in Africa. In J. Tarusarira, & E. Chitando (Eds.), Themes in Religion and Human Security in Africa (pp. 252-263). (Routledge Studies in Religion). Routledge.
Tarusarira, J. (2020). The Zimbabwe Council of Churches and 'Crisis' Ecumenical Groups. In E. Chitando (Ed.), The Zimbabwe Council of Churches and Development in Zimbabwe (pp. 65-78). Palgrave MacMillan. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-41603-4_5
Tarusarira, J. (2020). The Zimbabwean State and the Case of Robert Mugabe in Power: Through the Lens of Secularism. In E. Chitando (Ed.), Personality Cult and Politics in Mugabe's Zimbabwe Routledge.
Tarusarira, J., & Chitando, E. (Eds.) (2020). Themes in Religion and Human Security in Africa. (Routledge Studies in Religion). Routledge.
Tarusarira, J. (2020). Theorising reconciliation and national healing in Zimbabwe. In E. Chitando, K. Chikonzo, & N. Chivandikwa (Eds.), National Healing, Integration and Reconciliation in Zimbabwe (pp. 83-97). (Routledge Contemporary Africa). Routledge.
Tarusarira, J. (2020). When Piety is not Enough: Religio-Political Organizations in Pursuit of Peace and Reconciliation in Zimbabwe. Religions, 11(5), 1-15. [235]. https://doi.org/10.3390/rel11050235

2019

Tarusarira, J., & Chitando, E. (2019). Examining Pastor Evan Mawarire's #ThisFlag movement in Zimbabwe: Implications for understanding religion and human security. In E. Chitando, & J. Tarusarira (Eds.), Religion and Human Security in Africa (pp. 232-244). (Routledge Studies in Religion). Routledge.
Tarusarira, J., & Chitando, E. (2019). Introduction. In E. Chitando, & J. Tarusarira (Eds.), Religion and Human Security in Africa (pp. 1-16). Routledge.
Tarusarira, J., & Chitando, E. (Eds.) (2019). Religion and Human Security in Africa. (Routledge Studies in Religion). Routledge.
Tarusarira, J. (2019). The Anatomy of Apology and Forgiveness: Towards Transformative Apology and Forgiveness . International journal of transitional justice, 13(2), 206-224. https://doi.org/10.1093/ijtj/ijz006
Wabule, A., & Tarusarira, J. (2019). When Soldiers’ Survival Became Spiritual: Ugandan Soldiers in the Democratic Republic of Congo and South Sudan war. Journal of War and Cultural Studies, 12(4), 347-362. https://doi.org/10.1080/17526272.2019.1649904

2018

Tarusarira, J. (2018). Rituals, healing and consolation in post-conflict environments: The case of the Matabeleland Massacres in Zimbabwe. In C. Jedan, A. Maddrell, & E. Venbrux (Eds.), Consolationscapes in the Face of Loss: Grief and Consolation in Space and Time (pp. 150-165). (Routledge Studies in Human Geography). Routledge.
Tarusarira, J. (2018). Societal Reconciliation through Psychosocial Methods: The Case of Zimbabwe. In B. Krondorfer (Ed.), Reconciliation in Global Context: Why it is Needed and How it Works (pp. 83-104). State University of New York Press.

2017

Tarusarira, J. (2017). African Religion, Climate Change and Knowledge Systems. The Ecumenical Review, 69(3), 398-410. https://doi.org/10.1111/erev.12302
Tarusarira, J. (2017). Development Education and the Psychosocial Dynamics of Migration. Policy & Practice : A Development Education Review, 24(Spring), 88-103. https://www.developmenteducationreview.com/issue/issue-24/development-education-and-psychosocial-dynamics-migration
Strijdom, J., & Tarusarira, J. (2017). Editorial: The Role of Religion in Violence and Peacebuilding. Journal for the Study of Religion, 30(1), 1-4. http://www.scielo.org.za/scielo.php?script=sci_arttext&pid=S1011-76012017000100001
Tarusarira, J. (2017). Keeping Faith With the Dead: Liberation War and Victimhood in Zimbabwe. Groniek. Historisch Tijdschrift, 211(suppl), 193-199.
Tarusarira, J. (2017). Subject Formation, Fundamentalism and Instrumentalist Nationalism in Zimbabwean politics. Peace and Conflict Studies Journal, 24(1), [article 3]. http://nsuworks.nova.edu/pcs/vol24/iss1/3
Tarusarira, J., & Chitando, E. (2017). The Deployment of a ‘Sacred Song’ in Violence in Zimbabwe: The Case of the Song 'Zimbabwe Ndeye Ropa Ramadzibaba' (Zimbabwe was/is born of the Blood of the Fathers/Ancestors) in Zimbabwean Politics. Journal for the Study of Religion, 30(1), 5-25. https://doi.org/10.17159/2413-3027/2017/v30n1a1
Strijdom, J., & Tarusarira, J. (2017). The Role of Religion in Violence and Peacebuilding. Journal for the Study of Religion, 30(1), 1-4.

2016

Tarusarira, J. (2016). An Emergent Consciousness of the Role of Christianity on Zimbabwe's Political Field: A Case of Non-doctrinal Religio-political Actors. Journal for the Study of Religion, 29(2), 56-77.
Tarusarira, J. (2016). An Emergent Consciousness of the Role of Christianity on Zimbabwe’s Political Field: A Case of Non-doctrinal Religio-political Actors. Journal for the Study of Religion, 29(2), 56-77.
Tarusarira, J. (2016). Reconciliation and Religio-political Non-conformism in Zimbabwe. Routledge, Taylor and Francis group.
Tarusarira, J., & Manyena, B. (2016). Reconciliation in Zimbabwe: Building resilient communities or unsafe conditions? Journal for Conflict Transformation and Security, 5(1), 53-74.
Tarusarira, J. (2016). Revisiting Zimbabwe's celebratory history in pursuit of peace and reconciliation. In G. Castryck, S. Strickrodt, & K. Werthmann (Eds.), Sources and Methods for African History and Culture : Essays in Honour of Adam Jones (pp. 611-623). Leipziger Universitätsverlag.

2015

Tarusarira, J. (2015). Christianity, Resistance and Conflict Resolution in Zimbabwe. In S. J. Hunt (Ed.), Handbook of Global Contemporary Christianity:Themes and Developments in Culture, Politics, and Society (pp. 266-284). (Brill Handbooks on Contemporary Religion; Vol. 10). Brill.

2014

Ganiel, G., & Tarusarira, J. (2014). Reconciliation and reconstruction among churches and faith-based organisations in Zimbabwe. In M. Leiner, M. Palme, & P. Stöckner (Eds.), Societies in Transition: Sub-Saharan Africa between conflict and reconciliation (pp. 55-78). (Research in Peace and Reconciliation; Vol. 2). Vandenhoeck and Ruprecht.
Tarusarira, J. (2014). Religion in Times of Crisis in Zimbabwe: A Case Study of Churches in Manicaland and its Theodicy of Liberation. In G. Ganiel, H. Winkel, & C. Monnot (Eds.), Religion in times of crisis (pp. 88-110). ( Religion and the Social Order; Vol. 24). Brill.

2013

Tarusarira, J. (2013). Civil society and generation of trust in Zimbabwe. The African Review : a Journal of African Politics, Development and International Affairs, 140-161.
Tarusarira, J. (2013). Going beyond legal citizenship. In D. Kaulemu (Ed.), Imagining citizenship in Zimbabwe (pp. 69-83). Konrad Adenauer Stiftung.
Tarusarira, J. (2013). Of spirits and healing: Cultural values and post-conflict reconciliation agenda in Zimbabwe. The African Review : a Journal of African Politics, Development and International Affairs, 40(1), 93-119.

2012

Tarusarira, J., & Ganiel, G. (2012). Religion, secular democracy, and conflict resolution in Zimbabwe. In L. Marsden (Ed.), The Ashgate research companion to religion and conflict resolution (pp. 99-118). Ashgate Publishing.

2008

Tarusarira, J. (2008). Education for Social Change. In Opening eyes: Training for Transformation for community empowerment (pp. 33-70)
Dr Erin K. Wilson

2020

Bartelink, B., & Wilson, E. (2020). The spiritual is political: Reflecting on gender, religion and secularism in international development. In K. Kraft, & O. Wilkinson (Eds.), International Development Actors and Local Faith Communities: Ideological and Cultural Encounters (1 ed.). [section 1] (Routledge Research in Religion and Development). Routledge.

2019

Wilson, E. (2019). Being critical of/about/on religion in International Relations. In J. Edkins (Ed.), Routledge Handbook of Critical International Relations (1 ed., pp. 143-160). Routledge, Taylor and Francis group.
Wilson, E., & Schewel, B. (2019). Introduction. In B. Schewel, & E. K. Wilson (Eds.), Religion and European Society: A Primer (pp. 1-14). Wiley-Blackwell.
Davie, G., & Wilson, E. (2019). Religion and European Society: The Factors to Take Into Account. In B. Schewel, & E. K. Wilson (Eds.), Religion and European Society: A Primer (pp. 15-30). Wiley-Blackwell.

2018

Wilson, E. (2018). Religion. In R. Bleiker (Ed.), Visual Global Politics (pp. 251-257). (Interventions). Routledge.
Marshall, K., Casey, S., Fitzgibbon, A., Karam, A., Lyck-Bowen, M., Nitschke, U., Owen, M., Phiri, I. A., Quatrucci, A., Soetendorp, R. A., Vitillo, R. J., & Wilson, E. (2018). Religious roles in refugee resettlement: pertinent experience and insights, addressed to G20 members. (pp. 7). (Economics Discussion Papers; No. 2018-11). Kiel Institute for the World Economy. http://www.economics-ejournal.org/economics/discussionpapers/2018-11
Wilson, E. (2018). Secularization and Secularism. In H. Callan (Ed.), The International Encyclopaedia of Anthropology (pp. 1-8). John Wiley and Sons Ltd. https://doi.org/10.1002/9781118924396
Wilson, E. (2018). Solidarity beyond religious and secular: Multiple ontologies as an ethical framework in the politics of forced displacement. In B. J. Steele, & E. A. Heinze (Eds.), Routledge Handbook of Ethics and International Relations (pp. 527-542). Routledge.
Klomp, M., van der Meulen, M., Wilson, E., & Zijdemans, A. (2018). The Passion as Public Reflexivity: How the Dutch in a Ritual-musical Event Reflect on Religious and Moral Discussions in Society. Journal of Religion in Europe, 11(2-3), 195-221. https://doi.org/10.1163/18748929-01102007
Grüll, C., & Wilson, E. (2018). Universal or Particular … or Both? The Right to Freedom of Religion or Belief in Cross-Cultural Perspective. The Review of Faith and International Affairs, 16(4), 88-101. https://doi.org/10.1080/15570274.2018.1535046

2017

Mapril, J., Blanes, R., Giumbelli, E., & Wilson, E. K. (2017). Introduction: Secularities, Religiosities, and Subjectivities. In J. Mapril, R. Blanes, E. Giumbelli, & E. K. Wilson (Eds.), Secularisms in a Postsecular Age?: Religiosities and Subjectivities in Comparative Perspective (pp. 1-16). Springer International Publishing. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-43726-2_1
Wilson, E. K. (2017). ‘Power Differences’ and ‘the Power of Difference’: The Dominance of Secularism as Ontological Injustice. Globalizations, 14(7), 1076-1093. https://doi.org/10.1080/14747731.2017.1308062
Mapril, J., Blanes, R., Guimbelli, E., & Wilson, E. (Eds.) (2017). Secularisms in a Postsecular Age? Religiosities and Subjectivities in Comparative Perspective. Palgrave MacMillan. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-43726-2
Wilson, E. (2017, Jan 27). The insidious inequality of contemporary democracy. The Religion Factor. https://religionfactor.net/2017/01/27/the-insidious-inequality-of-contemporary-democracy/
Wilson, E. K. (2017). The socio-political dynamics of secularism and epistemological injustice in global justice theory and practice. European Societies, 19(5), 529-550. https://doi.org/10.1080/14616696.2017.1334948

2016

Wilson, E. (2016). Beyond Dualism: Expanded Understandings of Religion and Global Justice. In S. Nelson, & N. Soguk (Eds.), The Ashgate Research Companion to Modern Theory, Modern Power, World Politics (pp. 313-336). Ashgate Publishing.
Fiddian-Qasmiyeh, E. (Ed.), Wilson, E., Abdulaziz, S., El Ella, O., Fiddian-Qasmiyeh, E., Hansen, E., le Roux, E., Poirier, M-C., Riera-Cézanne, J., Stawski, H., & Wilkinson, O. (2016). Gender, Religion and Humanitarian responses to refugees. University College London. https://jliflc.com/resources/gender-religion-humanitarian-responses-refugees/
Wilson, E., & Mavelli, L. (2016). ‘Good Muslim/ bad Muslim’ and ‘good refugee/bad refugee’ narratives are shaping European responses to the refugee crisis. LSE Religion and the Public Sphere Blog.
Mavelli, L., & Wilson, E. (2016). Post secularism and International Relations. In J. Haynes (Ed.), Routledge Handbook of Religion and Politics (2 ed., pp. 251-269). Routledge.
Wilson, E., & Mavelli, L. (2016, Jun). Religious identity and the Refugee Crisis. The Religion Factor. https://religionfactor.net/2016/06/20/religious-identity-and-the-refugee-crisis/
Wilson, E. (Author). (2016). Religious identity and the refugee crisis: Remarks for the European Parliament Platform on Secularism in Politics meeting on the Role of Religion in Asylum Policies. Web publication/site, The Religion Factor.
Wilson, E. (2016, Mar). The problem is religion - but not in the way we think. The Religion Factor. https://religionfactor.net/2016/03/23/the-problem-is-religion-but-not-in-the-way-we-think/
Wilson, E., & Mavelli, L. (2016). The Refugee Crisis and Religion: Beyond Conceptual and Physical Boundaries. In E. Wilson, & L. Mavelli (Eds.), The Refugee Crisis and Religion: Secularism, Security and Hospitality in Question (pp. 1-22). (Critical Perspectives on Religion in International Politics ). Rowman and Littlefield.
Wilson, E., & Mavelli, L. (2016). The refugee crisis and religion: Beyond Physical and Conceptual Boundaries. Social Science Research Council. http://blogs.ssrc.org/tif/2016/12/01/the-refugee-crisis-and-religion/
Wilson, E., & Mavelli, L. (Eds.) (2016). The Refugee Crisis and Religion: Secularism, Security and Hospitality in Question. Rowman and Littlefield.
Wilson, E., & Mavelli, L. (2016, Dec). The 'refugee crisis', religion and encounters with the divine through the human at Christmas. The Religion Factor. https://religionfactor.net/2016/12/24/jesus-was-a-refugee-human-being-the-refugee-crisis-religion-and-encounters-with-the-divine-through-the-human-at-christmas/
Wilson, E., & Mavelli, L. (2016, Dec). Was Jesus a Refugee? Encountering the Divine through the truly Human. Australian Broadcasting Corporation. http://www.abc.net.au/religion/articles/2016/12/24/4597121.htm

2015

Wilson, E. (2015, Nov 17). Accepting Ambiguity: Being Content with Uncertainty amidst the Urge for Security. https://religionfactor.net/2015/11/17/accepting-ambiguity-being-content-with-uncertainties-amidst-the-urge-for-security/
Wilson, E. (2015). Freedom of religion - universal right or matter of national security? In C. Acred (Ed.), Faith and Religion (pp. 36). (Issues Series; Vol. 285). Independence Education Publishers.
Wilson, E. (2015). Good International Citizen or Nation Under Threat? 1989 and the Politics of Identity in Australia. In U. Engler, F. Hadler, & M. Middell (Eds.), 1989 in a Global Perspective (pp. 297-330). Leipziger Universitätsverlag.
Wilson, E. (2015, Jan 20). Living well together: secularism, liberal democracy and uncertainty in the wake of Charlie Hebdo. The Religion Factor. http://religionfactor.net/2015/01/20/living-together-well-secularism-liberal-democracy-and-uncertainty-in-the-wake-of-charlie-hebdo/
Buitelaar, M. (Author), Knibbe, K. (Author), & Wilson, E. (Author). (2015). Religion and Conflict: Beyond Cliches and Stereotypes. Web publication/site, The Religion Factor.
Wilson, E. (2015). Religion, Secularism and Social Justice Beyond the Nation-State. In G. J. Adler, Jr (Ed.), Secularism, Catholicism and the Future of Public Life: A Dialogue with Ambassador Douglas W. Kmiec (pp. 177-195). Oxford University Press.
Bartelink, B., Wilson, E., & Haze, N. (2015). Spirituality as a conduit for social transformation? Rethinking secular and religious assumptions in development practice: Report and Critical Research Reflection on Channels of Hope HIV&AIDS and MNCH – Zimbabwe . World Vision. http://www.wvi.org/publication/report-and-critical-research-reflection-channels-hope-hivaids-and-mnch-–-zimbabwe-0
Wilson, E. (2015, Dec 11). Terrorism, climate change and the politics of ‘radicalization’. The Religion Factor. https://religionfactor.net/2015/12/11/terrorism-climate-change-and-the-politics-of-radicalization/
Wilson, E., & Bartelink, B. (2015, Dec 9). The spiritual is political: Blurring boundaries and challenging assumptions in religion and development. The Religion Factor. https://religionfactor.net/2015/12/09/the-spiritual-is-political-blurring-boundaries-and-challenging-assumptions-in-religion-and-development/
Wilson, E., & Bartelink, B. (2015, Dec 10). Towards a broader research agenda in religion and development. The Religion Factor. https://religionfactor.net/2015/12/10/towards-a-broader-research-agenda-in-religion-and-development/
Wilson, E. (2015, Dec 15). Whose religion? Whose tolerance? A response to Jonathan Israel. The Religion Factor. https://religionfactor.net/2015/12/15/whose-religion-whose-tolerance-a-response-to-jonathan-israel/

2014

Wilson, E. (2014, Apr 17). "Culture" or "religion"? Understanding the popularity of the passion. The Religion Factor. http://religionfactor.net/2014/04/17/culture-or-religion-understanding-the-popularity-of-the-passion/
Wilson, E. (2014, Nov 17). Faith and the Asylum Crisis: The Role of Religion in Responding to Displacement. The Religion Factor. https://religionfactor.net/2014/11/17/faith-and-the-asylum-crisis-the-role-of-religion-in-responding-to-displacement/
Wilson, E. K. (2014). Faith-based Organisations and Post-secularism in Contemporary International Relations. In L. Mavelli (Ed.), Towards a Postsecular International Relations: New Forms of Community, Identity and Power (pp. 219-241). (Culture and Religion in International Relations). Palgrave MacMillan.
Wilson, E. (2014, Nov 20). Is it really ‘inconceivable’? Reimagining the role of religion in promoting gender equality. The Religion Factor. https://religionfactor.net/2014/11/20/is-it-really-inconceivable-reimagining-the-role-of-religion-in-promoting-gender-equality/
Wilson, E. (2014). Justice Globalism. In M. Steger, J. Siracusa, & P. Battersby (Eds.), The Sage Handbook of Globalization (pp. 39-54). SAGE Publications Inc..
Wilson, E., & Bartelink, B. (2014, Sep 17). Levelling the playing field: Development, religion and the entanglement of social and personal transformation. The Religion Factor. https://religionfactor.net/2014/09/17/levelling-the-playing-field-development-religion-and-the-entanglement-of-social-and-personal-transformation/
Wilson, E. (2014, Sep 1). Secularism, Security and the Limits of the State: The Role of Religion in the Displacement Crisis. The Religion Factor. http://religionfactor.net/2014/09/01/secularism-security-and-the-limits-of-the-state-the-displacement-crisis-and-the-role-of-religion/
May, S., Wilson, E., Baumgart-Ochse, C., & Sheikh, F. (2014). The religious as political and the political as religious: Globalization, Post-secularism and the Shifting Boundaries of the Sacred. Politics, Religion & Ideology, 15(3), 331-346. https://doi.org/10.1080/21567689.2014.948526
Wilson, E. (2014, Jun 20). The Religious/Secular Divide and the Global Displacement Crisis. The Religion Factor. http://religionfactor.net/2014/06/20/the-religioussecular-divide-and-the-global-displacement-crisis/
Wilson, E. (2014, Apr 25). The UN Refugee Convention 60 years on: time to rethink approaches to protection? The Religion Factor. http://religionfactor.net/2014/04/25/the-un-refugee-convention-60-years-on-time-to-rethink-approaches-to-protection/
Wilson, E. (2014). Theorizing Religion as Politics in Postsecular International Relations. Politics, Religion & Ideology, 15(3), 347-365.
Wilson, E. (2014, Apr 7). Understanding Evil, Encouraging Forgiveness: Lessons from Rwanda 20 Years On. The Religion Factor. http://religionfactor.net/2014/04/07/understanding-evil-encouraging-forgiveness-lessons-from-rwanda-20-years-on/
Bartelink, B. (Author), & Wilson, E. K. (Author). (2014). We must all be allowed to love each other with honour: spirituality and social transformation. Web publication/site, openDemocracy. https://www.opendemocracy.net/transformation/brenda-bartelink-erin-wilson/we-must-all-be-allowed-to-love-each-other-with-honour-sp

2013

Wilson, E. K. (2013). " Be welcome: lessons in hospitality from Victor Hugo and Monseigneur Bienvenu" , parts one and two. (blog ed.) The Religion Factor. http://religionfactor.net/2013/01/22/be-welcome-lessons-in-hospitality-from-victor-hugo-and-monseigneur-bienvenu-part-one/
Wilson, E. K. (2013, Feb 19). " Religious or political? Or both? Religious rituals as political activism". (blog ed.) The Religion Factor.
Wilson, E. K. (2013, Apr 3). " The passion: encroaching religion, cultural heritage or signs of postsecularism?". (blog ed.) The Religion Factor. http://religionfactor.net/2013/04/03/the-passion-encroaching-religion-cultural-heritage-or-signs-of-postsecularism/
Wilson, E. K. (2013, Sep 12). A secular saint? The life and legacy of Nelson Mandela. (blog ed.) Australian Broadcasting Corporation. http://www.abc.net.au/religion/articles/2013/12/09/3907740.htm
Wilson, E. K. (2013). Be Welcome: Religion, Hospitality and Statelessness in International Politics. In Gideon Baker (Ed.), Hospitality and World Politics (pp. 145 - 170). Palgrave MacMillan. http://us.macmillan.com/hospitalityandworldpolitics/GideonBaker
Wilson, E. K. (2013, Jul 30). Engaging religion at the Department of State. (blog ed.) The Immanent Frame. http://blogs.ssrc.org/tif/2013/07/30/engaging-religion-at-the-department-of-state/#Wilson
Wilson, E. K. (2013, Nov 5). Globalization, religion and humanity beyond the nation-state. (blog ed.) The Religion Factor. http://religionfactor.net/2013/11/05/globalization-religion-and-humanity-beyond-the-nation-state/
B. Steger, M., & Wilson, E. K. (2013). Globalizing. In C. L. W-N. Bruce Curtis Steve Matthewman (Ed.), Being Sociological (pp. 271 - 290). Palgrave MacMillan.
Wilson, E. K. (2013, Jan 7). "It is not about us: asylum seekers and the right to belong. (blog ed.) Australian Broadcasting Corporation. http://www.abc.net.au/religion/articles/2013/07/30/3813777.htm
B. Steger, M., Goodman, J. E., & Wilson, E. K. (Eds.) (2013). Justice globalism: ideology, crises, policy. SAGE Publications Inc.
Wilson, E. K. (2013, Apr 16). Order, justice and extremism: Martin Luther King Jr. and ' Letter from Birmingham Jail' 50 years on. (blog ed.) The Religion Factor. http://religionfactor.net/2013/04/16/order-justice-and-extremism-martin-luther-king-jr-and-letter-from-birmingham-jail-50-years-on/
Wilson, E. K., & Bleiker, R. (2013). Performing Political Apologies. In E. Resende, & D. Budryte (Eds.), Memory and Trauma in International Relations: Theories, Cases and Debates (pp. 42-56). Routledge. http://www.routledge.com/books/details/9780415637268/
Wilson, E. K. (2013, Feb 26). Prophet, priest, martyr ... God? US civil religion and the President of the United State of America. (blog ed.) http://publicchristianity.org/library/prophet-priest-martyr-god#.US3TTzmWfFI
Wilson, E. (2013, Dec 10). Religion and Human Rights: The challenges of universalism and cultural particularism. The Religion Factor. https://religionfactor.net/2013/12/10/religion-and-human-rights-the-challenges-of-universalism-and-cultural-particularism/
Wilson, E. K. (2013, Dec 10). Religion and human rights. (blog ed.) The Religion Factor. http://religionfactor.net/2013/12/10/religion-and-human-rights-the-challenges-of-universalism-and-cultural-particularism/
Wilson, E. K. (2013, Nov 28). Religion and international relations theory. (blog ed.) The Religion Factor. http://religionfactor.net/2013/11/28/religion-and-international-relations-theory/
Wilson, E. K., & B. Steger, M. (2013). Religious Globalisms in the Post-Secular Age. Globalizations, 10(3), 481-495. https://doi.org/10.1080/14747731.2013.787774
Wilson, E. K. (2013). Rethinking Religion and Politics in Postsecular Europe. In Christoph Jedan (Ed.), Constellations of value (pp. 121 - 138). Lit Verlag. http://www.litwebshop.de/index.php?main_page=product_info&products_id=7991
Wilson, E. K. (2013, May 23). Saving lives - but which ones? Life, belonging and postsecular possibilities in contemporary asylum politics. (blog ed.) The Religion Factor. http://religionfactor.net/2013/05/23/saving-lives-but-which-ones-life-belonging-and-postsecular-possibilities-in-contemporary-asylum-politics/
Meinema, E. (Author), & Wilson, E. K. (Author). (2013). Sinterklaas, Zwarte Piet and the ethics of public debate. Web publication/site, The Religion Factor.
Wilson, E. K. (2013). "That they may life". (blog ed.) Centre for public Christianity. http://publicchristianity.org/library/that-they-may-have-life#.UdGg3KzeqM0
Wilson, E. K. (2013, Aug 14). What does "engaging religion" mean for religion? The Religion Factor. http://religionfactor.net/2013/08/14/what-does-engaging-religion-mean-for-religion/
Wilson, E. K. (2013, Jul 6). "What it means to value life : the role of religions in global asylum and protection". (blog ed.) Australian Broadcasting Corporation. http://www.abc.net.au/religion/articles/2013/06/07/3777488.htm

2012

Wilson, E. K. (2012). After Secularism: Rethinking Religion in Global Politics. Palgrave MacMillan.
B. Steger, M., & Wilson, E. K. (2012). Anti-Globalization or Alter-Globalization? Mapping the Political Ideology of the Global Justice Movement. International Studies Quarterly, 56(3), 439-454. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1468-2478.2012.00740.x
Wilson, E. K. (2012, Nov 22). Change the language, change the story? Some thoughts on religion, conflict and peace in the Middle East and beyond - part one and part two. (blog ed.) The Religion Factor.
Wilson, E. K. (2012). Globalists. In G. Ritzer (Ed.), The Wiley Blackwell Encyclopedia of Globalization Vol II (pp. 845 - 846). Blackwell Publishing.
Wilson, E. K. (2012). Globality. In G. Ritzer (Ed.), The Wiley Blackwell Encyclopedia of Globalization Vol II (pp. 848 - 849). Blackwell Publishing.
Wilson, E. K. (2012, Oct 15). God bless America: US civil religion and the President as prophet, priest and martyr of the nation. (blog ed.) The Religion Factor. http://religionfactor.net/2012/10/15/god-bless-america-us-civil-religion-and-the-president-as-prophet-priest-and-martyr-of-the-
Wilson, E. K. (2012). International Relations. In H. K. Anheier, & M. Juergensmeyer (Eds.), Sage Encyclopedia of Global Studies; vol. VII (pp. 945 - 949). SAGE Publications Inc..
Wilson, E. K. (2012, Nov 29). Moving Beyond Reason vs Faith: The Role of Religion in Responding to Climate Change, Parts One and Two. (blog ed.) Australian Broadcasting Corporation. http://religionfactor.net/2012/11/29/moving-beyond-reason-vs-faith-the-role-of-religion-in-responding-to-climate-change-part-one/
Wilson, E. K. (2012, Sep 3). Reason, reflection, resistance, revolution? Experiments with the post-secular - part one and part two. (blog ed.) The Religion Factor. http://religionfactor.net/2012/09/03/experiments-with-the-post-secular-part-i/
Wilson, E. K. (2012). Westphalia, Treaty of, and Post-Westphalian World. In M. Juergensmeyer, & H. K. Anheier (Eds.), Sage Encyclopedia of Global Studies; Vol IV (pp. 1787 - 1790). SAGE Publications Inc..

2011

Wilson, E. (2011). Much to be proud of, much to be done: Faith-based organisations and the politics of asylum in Australia. Journal of refugee studies, 24(3), 548-564.

2010

Wilson, E. (2010). Beyond Dualism: Expanded Understandings of Religion and Global Justice. International Studies Quarterly, 54(3), 733-754.
Wilson, E. (2010). From Apathy to Action: Promoting Active Citizenship and Global Responsibility Amongst Populations in the Global North. Global Society, 24(2), 275-296.
Wilson, E. (2010). Protecting the Unprotected: reconceptualising refugee protection through the notion of hospitality. Local Global, 8(1), 100-122.
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