Faiths & Civil Society Publications

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See a broad range of work by Centre members including books, book chapters, practice research outputs and articles.

See below for the 20 most recent publications from the Centre. For more please visit Goldsmiths Research Online.

Succession in ministry in the Assemblies of God USA: what psychographic variables shape the belief system of the AG USA millennial Christian leaders and what is its impact on leadership?
Adamson, Heath . 2019. Succession in ministry in the Assemblies of God USA: what psychographic variables shape the belief system of the AG USA millennial Christian leaders and what is its impact on leadership?. Doctoral thesis, Goldsmiths, University of London [Thesis]

Are the Profession’s Education Standards Promoting the Religious Literacy Required for Twenty-First Century Social Work Practice?
Crisp, Beth R and Dinham, Adam . 2019. Are the Profession’s Education Standards Promoting the Religious Literacy Required for Twenty-First Century Social Work Practice? British Journal of Social Work, ISSN 0045-3102 [Article]

Religious Literacy in Modern Europe, in Religious Literacy, Law and History: perspectives on European Pluralist Societies
Davie, Grace and Dinham, Adam . 2018. Religious Literacy in Modern Europe, in Religious Literacy, Law and History: perspectives on European Pluralist Societies. In: Alberto Melloni and Francesca Caddedu, eds. Religious Literacy, Law and History: Perspectives on European Pluralist Societies. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 17-28. ISBN 9781138303645 [Book Section]

Do the Regulatory Standards Require Religious Literacy of Health and Social Care Professionals?
Dinham, Adam and Crisp, Beth. 2019. Do the Regulatory Standards Require Religious Literacy of Health and Social Care Professionals? Social Policy & Administration, ISSN 0144-5596 [Article] (In Press)

Geographies of Postsecularity - Re-envisioning Politics, Subjectivity and Ethics
Cloke, Paul; Baker, Christopher ; Sutherland, Callum and Williams, Andrew. 2019. Geographies of Postsecularity - Re-envisioning Politics, Subjectivity and Ethics. Abingdon: Routledge. ISBN 9781138946736 [Book]

Serious case reviews: The lived experience of Black children
Bernard, Claudia A. and Harris, Perlita . 2018. Serious case reviews: The lived experience of Black children. Child and Family Social Work, ISSN 1356-7500 [Article]

Working with Cultural and Religious Diversity
Bernard, Claudia A. . 2018. Working with Cultural and Religious Diversity. In: Jan Horwath and Dendy Platt, eds. The Child's World. London: Jessica Kingsley. [Book Section] (Forthcoming)

Resisting the Transcendent?
Baker, Christopher . 2018. Resisting the Transcendent? The Routledge Handbook of Postsecularity, pp. 303-314. [Article]

Theology for Changing Times : Essays in Honour of John Atherton
Baker, Christopher and Graham, Elaine. 2018. Theology for Changing Times : Essays in Honour of John Atherton. London: SCM Press. ISBN 9780334056959 [Book]

Re-imagining Religion and Belief : 21st Century Policy and Practice
Baker, Christopher ; Crisp, Beth and Dinham, Adam . 2018. Re-imagining Religion and Belief : 21st Century Policy and Practice. Bristol: Policy Press. ISBN 978-1447347095 [Book]

Reflecting on a Journey: Positionality, Marginality and the Outsider-Within
Bernard, Claudia A. . 2017. Reflecting on a Journey: Positionality, Marginality and the Outsider-Within. In: D Gabriel and S A Tate, eds. Inside the Ivory Tower: Narratives of Women of Colour Surviving and Thriving in British Academia. London: IOE Press, pp. 80-90. ISBN 978-1-858-56-848-5 [Book Section]

Towards a Theory and Practice of Religious Literacy: A Case Study of Religion and Belief Engagement in a UK University
Dinham, Adam ; Francis, Matthew and Shaw, Martha . 2017. Towards a Theory and Practice of Religious Literacy: A Case Study of Religion and Belief Engagement in a UK University. Religions, 8(12), p. 276. ISSN 2077-1444 [Article]

Religion and Belief in Health and Social Care: the case for Religious Literacy
Dinham, Adam . 2018. Religion and Belief in Health and Social Care: the case for Religious Literacy. International Journal of Human Rights in Healthcare, 11(2), pp. 83-90. ISSN 2056-4902 [Article]

Religious Literacy Through Religious Education: The Future of Teaching and Learning about Religion and Belief
Dinham, Adam and Shaw, M. 2017. Religious Literacy Through Religious Education: The Future of Teaching and Learning about Religion and Belief. Religions, 8(7), p. 119. ISSN 2077-1444 [Article]

Reevaluating Value in Faith Based Social Action
Dinham, Adam . 2017. Reevaluating Value in Faith Based Social Action. Voluntary Sector Review, 8(2), pp. 205-218. ISSN 2040-8056 [Article]

RE for REal: the future of teaching and learning about religion and belief
Dinham, Adam and Shaw, Martha. 2015. RE for REal: the future of teaching and learning about religion and belief. Project Report. FCSU, London. [Report]

Grace Davie and Religious Literacy: undoing a lamentable quality of conversation
Dinham, Adam . 2015. Grace Davie and Religious Literacy: undoing a lamentable quality of conversation. In: Abby Day and Mia Lovheim, eds. Modernities, Memory and Mutations: Grace Davie and the Study of Religion. Oxon: Routledge. ISBN 9781472436177 [Book Section]

Religious Illiteracy in Modern Europe
Dinham, Adam and Davie, Grace. 2017. Religious Illiteracy in Modern Europe. In: Francesca Caddedu and A;berto Melloni, eds. European Religious Illiteracy in a Pluralistic Context. Bologne: Fondazione per le Scienze Religiose Giovanni XXIII. [Book Section]

Developing Religious Literacy in Higher Education
Dinham, Adam . 2016. Developing Religious Literacy in Higher Education. In: Kristin Aune and J Stevenson, eds. Religion and Higher Education in Europe and North America. Coventry: Routledge. ISBN 9781138652958 [Book Section]

New Interdisciplinary Spaces of Religions and Beliefs in Contemporary Thought and Practice: An Analysis
Dinham, Adam and Baker, Christopher . 2017. New Interdisciplinary Spaces of Religions and Beliefs in Contemporary Thought and Practice: An Analysis. Religions, 8(2), p. 16. ISSN 2077-1444 [Article]