Tamsin Bradley

Bradley, T. Ed. Forthcoming 2011. Women, Violence and Tradition: Taking FGM and other cultural practices to a secular state. London: Zed Books.

Bradley 2010 monograph Gender and Religion in the Developing World: Faith-Based Organizations and Feminisms in India. London: IB Tauris.

Bradley, T. 2010. Religion as a bridge between theory and practice in work on violence against women in Rajasthan. Journal of Gender Studies.

Bradley, T. forthcoming 2011. ‘The Politicisation of mothering in the religious discourses of Hindu Missions’ Journal for Totalitarian Movements and Political Religions (special edition on gender).

Bradley, T and Tomalin, E. 2009. ‘The contemporary dowry problematic: exploring the role of the study of religion in bridging the gap between theory and practice’, in Journal for South Asian Religions.

2009. Bradley, T and Tomalin, E. eds. Dowry: Bridging the gap between Theory and Practice. New Delhi and London: Women Unlimited and Zed Press.

Bradley, T, 2009 ‘Religion and Globalisation: bringing the macro and micro together’, in Globalizations.

2009 ‘Physical Religious Spaces in the lives of Rajasthani Village Women: The Ethnographic study and practice of religion in development’, in Journal of Human Development and Capabilities 10: 1.

2009 ‘A Call for Clarification and Critical Analysis into the work of Faith-based development Organisations’, in Progress in Development Studies 9: 2.

2008 ‘Puja as one dimension of a sensitive, relational approach to community health care provision’, in Religion and Health 47: 4.

Working Paper 2007. ‘The relationships between Religion and Development: Views from Anthropology’. Religions and Development Research Programme, DFID/ The University of Birmingham

Monograph. 2006. Challenging the NGOs: Religion, Western Discourses and Indian Women. London: I.B. Tauris.

Article 2005. ‘Does Compassion Bring Results? A Critical Perspective on Faith and Development’, in Culture and Religion 6 (3).

Article 2005 ‘Challenging international development’s response to disability in rural India: A case for more ethnographic research‘ in Journal of International Development and Disability.

Catherine Kelly

Kelly. C. (work in progress 2011)Forms of knowledge and channels of communication – an investigation into effective practice

Kelly, C. (due 2011) “Knowledge Management and Digital Media”, in Moschini, E. et al (editors), The Handbook of Digital Media, Essex: Pearson Education.

 ‘Capturing, processing and utilizing tacit knowledge to achieve benefits across projects’ at the Collective Intelligence in Energy Conference, 30th June, 2010

Kelly, C. (2008) "Knowledge Management and the Effective Working of Crime and Disorder Reduction Partnerships", in Harfeld, C. et al. (editors), The Handbook of Intelligent Policing, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Kelly, C. (2007),"Managing the relationship between knowledge and power in organisations", Aslib Proceedings, Vol. 59 No. 2, pp. 125-138.

"Managing the relationship between knowledge, power and trust in enhancing collaborative working relationships". Online Information 2007 Conference Proceedings December 2007

Ruth Stern

Stern R, Puoane T, Tsolekile L. (2010) An exploration into the determinants of non-communicable diseases among rural-to-urban migrants in peri-urban

South Africa. Prev Chronic Dis 2010;7(6).

Sanders D, Stern R, Struthers P, Ngulube TJ, Onya H (2008). What is needed for health promotion in Africa: Band-aid, live aid or real change?, Critical Public Health 2008. 18: 509-519.

Stern R, Green J (2008) A seat at the table?  A study of community participation in two Healthy Cities Projects. Critical Public Health, Vol 18. no. 3, 391-403

Nicholas Watts

Nicholas Watts (2010) ‘Deconstructing’ Chernobyl? European Attitudes to Nuclear Energy in the Context of a Changed Agenda. In: L. Mez, L. Gerhold, G. de Haan (Hrsg.). Atomkraft – ein Risiko? Analysen und Konsequenzen nach Tschernobyl. (Nuclear Power – A Risk? Analyses and Consequences of Chernobyl.) Lang Verlag 2010.

Nicholas Watts (2010) CHEC Fisherfolk Livelihoods Project Report to Commonwealth Foundation (Unpublished report).

Nicholas Watts and Richard Bourne (2009) Establishing the Context for Enhanced Commonwealth Support of Small Fisheries, Ch. 2, pp. 3-16. In: Richard Bourne and Mark Collins (Eds.) From Hook to Plate: The State of Marine Fisheries. A Commonwealth Perspective. London: Commonwealth Foundation ISBN 978-0-903850-37-7

Thomas Budde Christensen, Tyge Kjaer, Maarten J. Arentsen, Lutz Mez, Annette Piening, Karola Braun-Wanke and Nicholas Watts (2010 forthcoming) Communicating Climate and Energy to Children. In RUC Sunrise Triple C Conference: Climate, Change, Communication, in on-line conference proceedings at

Nicholas Watts (2010) Capacity Development for Caribbean Small Island Developing States: Focus on Coastal Zone Management, pp 53-63 in The Shades of Blue. Upgrading Coastal Resources for the Sustainable development of the Caribbean SIDS. UNESCO Office for the Caribbean, Kingston , Jamaica. Paris: UNESCO.

Nicholas Watts (2009) Fiji Case Study: Key Findings and Issues Arising, 3pp . At website of  Commonwealth Fisheries Programme Fisheries – Our Common Wealth:

Nicholas Watts (2010) Sierra Leone Case Study: Key Findings and Issues Arising, 3pp . At website of  Commonwealth Fisheries Programme Fisheries – Our Common Wealth:

Nicholas Watts (2009) Belize Case Study: Key Findings and Issues Arising, 3pp . At website of  Commonwealth Fisheries Programme Fisheries – Our Common Wealth:

Nicholas Watts (2007, December) The Governance of Sustainable Development in the Caribbean. Caribbean Studies Working Paper No.1 IISSN: 1756-3178 (on-line) /library/n88521_3.pdf

Nicholas Watts (2007) Area Studies: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Education for Sustainability in Area Studies (Caribbean Studies). Higher Education Academy, web publication, 10pp.

Nicholas Watts and Geoffrey Wandesforde-Smith. (Eds) (2006) Journal of International Wildlife Law and Policy, Vol 9 No. 3Special Issue: The Law and Policy of Biodiversity Conservation in the Caribbean including introductory chapter: “The Law and Policy of Biodiversity Conservation in the Caribbean Cutting the Gordian Knot”

Nicholas Watts (2006) Education for Human Ecology in Small Island States of the Commonwealth: Exploring the Potential of the University Consortium for Small Island States (UCSIS) Report for the Commonwealth Secretariat, (49pp.)

Nicholas Watts (2005) “Progress on WSSD. Raising the Profile of the Commonwealth.” Commonwealth Ministers Reference Book 2005: 72-76.


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