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Blackman, S. J., Doherty, L. and McPherson, R. (2015) Normalisation of Hedonism? Challenging convergence culture through ethnographic studies of alcohol consumption on young adults - a feminist exploration. In: Staddon, P., ed. Women and alcohol: social perspectives. Bristol: Policy Press. pp. 45-64 ISBN 978 1447318897

Bristow, J. (2015) Suffragettes: women in public. In: The Academy 2015, 20th July, 2015, St Neot's, Cambridgeshire.

Bruty, L., Haas, M., Peisley, T., Royal, L., Wright, K. and Wright, T. (2017) I would have been/ could be amazing: a social justice oriented visual art rejoinder to whole earth? In: UNSPECIFIED, ed. Sustainability in Higher Education: Challenges and Opportunities. Canterbury Christ Church University. pp. 131-135

Burns, J. (2012) Psychology of women in the UK: toxin or tonic – our contribution to ‘the admirable transformation of opportunities for women’. Psychology of Women Section Review, 14 (1). pp. 14-21. ISSN 1466-3724.

Burns, J. and Davies, D. (2011) Same-sex relationships and women with intellectual disabilities. Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities, 24 (4). pp. 351-360. ISSN 1360-2322.


Carter, J. (2012) What is commitment? Women's accounts of intimate attachment. Families, Relationships and Societies, 1 (2). pp. 137-153. ISSN 2046-7435.

Carter, J. (2013) The curious absence of love stories in women's talk. The Sociological Review, 61 (4). pp. 728-744. ISSN 1467-954X.

Ciocia, S. (2015) Lost in cinematic translation: the “soft-boiled” housewife in The Blank Wall and American gender politics after WWII. Literature/Film Quarterly, 43 (3). pp. 170-187. ISSN 0090-4260.

Clark, A. (2017) Exploring women’s embodied experiences of 'the gaze’ in a mix-gendered UK gym. Societies, 8 (1). ISSN 2075-4698.

Clark, A. (2019) Exploring women’s experiences: embodied pathways and influences for exercise participation. Societies, 9 (1). ISSN 2075-4698.

Clark, A. (2017) 'I missed the grunts, I missed the smell of sweat': Experiencing a female only gym. Sport and Body Cultures Embodied Thought of the Month.

Clark, A. E. (2018) Women’s embodied experiences of fitness: an ethnographic study of women who participate in a mixed gendered UK gym. Ph.D. thesis, Canterbury Christ Church University.


Glendining, R. (2018) Women of colour vs ink: racism, sexism and white feminism in modern British tattoo culture. M.A. thesis, Canterbury Christ Church University.

Griffiths, V. (2011) Coming in from the cold? Women leaders in higher education. In: International Women’s Day: Coming in From the Cold? Women Leaders in Higher Education, March 8 2012, Canterbury Christ Church University. (Unpublished)

Griffiths, V. (2009) Women and education: aspirations and boundaries. In: Inaugural lecture, 2 December 2009, Canterbury Christ Church University. (Unpublished)

Griffiths, V. (2011) Women leaders in higher education: contradictory positioning. In: European Conference on Educational Research, 13-16 September 2011, Free University, Berlin. (Unpublished)

Griffiths, V. (2011) Women leaders in higher education: culture clashes? In: British Educational Research Association Annual Conference, 6-8 September 2011, Institute of Education, London. (Unpublished)

Gubby, L. and Wellard, I. (2015) Sporting equality and gender neutrality in korfball. Sport in Society. ISSN 1743-0437.


Hall, M. (2012) SOUND::GENDER::FEMINISM::ACTIVISM - do you trust me - scientific research reaffirming vocal gender. In: SOUND::GENDER::FEMINISM::ACTIVISM 2013, 7th May 2013, London College of Communications.

Hammond, S., Powell, S. and Smith, K. (2015) Towards mentoring as feminist praxis in early childhood education and care in England. Early Years: an international journal of research and development, 35 (2). pp. 139-153. ISSN 0957-5146.

Howells, K., Gubby, L., Dray, K. and Mills, H. (2019) #BalanceforBetter within sport. Research Report. CCCU website: Media Department.


Melville-Wiseman, J. (2016) A case study of an incident of professional sexual abuse in UK mental health services. In: UNSPECIFIED, ed. International Womens Issues Conference 2016 - Selected Papers. University of Central Florida. ISBN 9781532301186


Ntontis, Evangelos (2019) Anti-abortion rhetoric and the undermining of choice: Women’s agency as causing “psychological trauma” following the termination of a pregnancy. Political Psychology. ISSN 1467-9221 online. (In Press)


Oulton, C. (2013) “Andromeda is having a rather bad time of it just now”: stories of sacrifice in Caird’s The Wing of Azrael. Nineteenth Century Gender Studies, 9 (1). ISSN 1556-7524.

Oulton, C. (2011) ‘now to the home of which you are the sunbeam': telling stories in The Wing of Azrael. In: Victorian Popular Fiction Association 3rd Annual Conference: Theme: Sex, Courtship and Marriage in Victorian Popular Fiction, 18th-19th July 2011, Institute for English Studies: University of London.

Oulton, C. and Hunt, A. (2014) ‘Victorian Women at the Seaside’ travelling exhibition. In: UNSPECIFIED, 28th July-31st October 2014, Birchington, Deal, Canterbury, Folkestone. [Show/Exhibition] (Unpublished)

Overall, S. (2019) Streetwalking a walking woman's manifesto. In: Streetwalking, 17/3/2019, POW! Thanet. (Unpublished)

Overall, S. (2016) Women Who Walk. In: Beyond the Centre: Faculty of Arts & Humanities, 8 June 2016, CCCU, Canterbury. (Unpublished)


Redhead, L. (2015) "New music‟ as patriarchal category. In: Haworth, C. and Colton, L., eds. Gender, Age and Musical Creativity. Farnham: Ashgate. pp. 171-184 ISBN 9781472430854


Sanz Sabido, R. (2012) Book review: Postcolonial media culture in Britain. Feminist Media Studies, 14 (5). pp. 889-891. ISSN 1468-0777.

Scherer, B. (2018) Buddhist tantric thealogy? the genealogy and soteriology of Tārā. Buddhist-Christian Studies, 38. pp. 289-303. ISSN 0882-0945.

Scherer, B. (2017) Queerthinking religion: queering religious paradigms. The Scholar and Feminist Online, 14 (2).


Viki, G. T., Massey, K. and Masser, B. (2005) When chivalry backfires: benevolent sexism and attitudes toward Myra Hindley. Legal and Criminological Psychology, 10 (1). pp. 109-120. ISSN 1355-3259.


Wells, G. (2019) Childfree women as occupational beings. In: Royal College of Occupational Therapy Conference 2019, 17th - 18th June 2019, ICC Birmingham. (Unpublished)

Wells, G. (2018) The experiences of women as occupational beings. In: Royal College of Occupational Therapy Conference 2018, 11/06/2018 - 13/06/2018, Waterfront, Belfast. (Unpublished)

West, L. R. and Merrill, B. (2018) A history of biographical research in the United Kingdom. Revista Brasileira de Pesquisa (Auto)Biográfica, 3 (9). pp. 765-780. ISSN 2525-426X.

Wright, K. and Wright, T. (2013) Art for women’s sake: understanding feminist art therapy as didactic practice re-orientation. [Video]

Wright, K. and Wright, T. (2013) Art for women’s sake: understanding feminist art therapy as didactic practice re-orientation. In: UNSPECIFIED. [Artefact]

Wright, T (2014) On ‘sisterhood’: What Iraqi Kurdish women migrants have to say about women and the commonalities they share. Journal of International Women's Studies, 15 (2). pp. 182-196. ISSN 1539-8706.

Wright, T. (2013) Managing gendered expectations upon resettlement: the experiences of Iraqi Kurdish Muslim women in the UK. Gender, Place and Culture, 21 (6). pp. 733-749. ISSN 0966-369X.

Wright, T. (2014) Reconceptualising dementia friendly communities. Diversity and Equality in Health and Care, 11 (3). pp. 282-283. ISSN 2049-5471.

Wright, T. (2014) Whatever happened to the F word in higher education? Journal of Gender Studies. ISSN 0958-9236.

Wright, T. (2014) The contrary nature of ‘differentiation’ in higher education. Journal of Perspectives in Applied Academic Practice, 2 (2). pp. 52-55. ISSN 2051-9788.

Wright, T. (2017) The ‘imagined to the reimagined’ revival of learning in higher education. Journal of Perspectives in Applied Academic Practice, 5 (3). ISSN 2051-9788.

Wright, T. and Wright, K. (2013) Art for women’s sake: understanding feminist art therapy as didactic practice re-orientation. International Practice Development Journal, 3 (Suppl.). ISSN 2046-9292.

Wright, T. and Wright, K. (2017) Exploring the benefits of intersectional feminist social justice approaches in art psychotherapy. The Arts in Psychotherapy, 54. pp. 7-14. ISSN 0197-4556.

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