Member Publications

Recent Publication:

Beresin, Anna and Bishop, Julia (eds) (2023) Play in a Covid Frame: Everyday Pandemic Creativity in a Time of Isolation, Open Book Publishers, DOI: 

Recent Publication:

Liu, X. W. (2023)  Becoming-monster: Ecoaesthetics and feminist criticism of Chinese animation White Snake (2019), East Asian Journal of Popular Culture, 9 (1), 119-135, DOI:   

Recent Publication:

Bannister, C. (2022) Scouting and Guiding in Britain: The Ritual Socialistion of Young People. Studies in Childhood and Youth series. Palgrave Macmillan.

Wider Publications

Olusoga, Y., Bannister, C., Bishop, J., and Signorelli, V. (2022) 'Preserving the present: Designing a child-centered qualitative survey for a National Observatory of Children's Play.' SAGE Research Methods: Doing Research Online, SAGE Publications, Ltd.
Kay, Kirsty. 2022. “Csángó Space and Time in the Hungarian Táncház Revival.” In Cultural Memory and Popular Dance: Dancing to Remember, Dancing to Forget, edited by Clare Parfitt.  Cham: Palgrave MacMillan. 
Hadley, S., Hield, F. and Larrington, C. (2021) ‘Heritage, culture and artistic reciprocity: Remediating the mythical’ in Music and Heritage, Routledge. 56-64.
Jenkins, Richard, ‘Telling the forest from the trees: local images of national change in a Danish town’, Ethnos, vol. 71 (2006), pp. 367-89 
Larrington, C. and Hield, F  (2021) ‘Making ‘Modern Fairies’: Making Fairies Modern’ Folklore 132 (1), 72-96.
Hield, Fay and Manwaring, Kevin, (guest eds.)(2021) Revenant (6: Performing Fairy). 
Bishop, J. (2021) 'The performers in the playground: Children's musical practices in play' in Harrop, P., Roud, S. (eds.) The Routledge Companion to English Folk Performance, Routledge, 550-584.
Cowan, K., Potter, J., Olusoga, Y., et al. (2021) 'Children's digital play during the COVID-19 pandemic: insights from the Play Observatory.  Journal of e-Learning and Knowledge Society 17 (3), 8-17. 
Ball, J, Bowring, T, Hield F & Pahl, K, (2019) ‘Co-writing about co-producing musical heritage: What happens when musicians and academics work together?’ In J Vergunst & H Graham (eds.) Heritage as community research: Legacies of co-production. Bristol: Policy Press, 51-64.
Jenkins, Richard, , The Unfortunate Rake’s Progress: A Case Study of the Construction of Folklore by Collectors and Scholars’, Folklore, vol. 130 (2019), pp. 111-132 
Hield, F. & Price, S., (2018) ‘”I realised it was the same song”: Familiarisation, assimilation and making meaning with new folk music’ International Journal of Traditional Arts (2), 1-23. 
Bradley, J. & Moore, E. (2018). Resemiotisation and creative production: Extending the translanguaging lens. In A. Sherris & E. Adami (Eds). Making signs, translanguaging ethnographies: Exploring urban, rural, and educational spaces. Bristol: Multilingual Matters, pp. 91-111.  
Hield, F & Price, S. (2017) ‘"Old Adam was the first man formed": (In)forming and investigating listeners' experiences of new music as audience enrichment, public engagement and research’ Participations Journal of Audience and Reception Studies 17/1, 285-312. 
Hearne, R., & Bramley, R. (2018). "Five: Some poems, a song and a prose piece". In Re-imagining Contested Communities. Bristol, UK: Policy Press. 
Jenkins, R.‘The transformations of Biddy Early: From local reports of magical healing to globalised new age fantasies’, Folklore, vol. 118 (2007): 162-82 
Bradley, J. (2017). Liquid Methodologies: Researching the ephemeral in multilingual street performance. In Conteh, J. (Ed), Ethnographic Principles in Qualitative Research: Making a Difference in Multilingual Contexts. London: Bloomsbury, pp. 153-172.
Hield, F and Crossley, N. (2015) ‘Tastes, Ties and Social Space: Exploring Sheffield’s Folk Singing World’ in Crossley, N, McAndrew, S. and Widdop, P (eds.) Social Networks and Music Worlds, London: Routledge, 189-216. 
Hield, Fay. (2015) ‘In Defence of Revivals: Tradition and Community in a Contemporary English Folk Club’ in Atkinson, David and Roud, Steve (eds.), Proceedings of The English Folk Dance and Song Society Folk Song Conference 2013, 173-187. 
Jenkins, Richard, Black Magic and Bogeymen: Fear, Rumour and Popular Belief in the North of Ireland 1972-74, Cork: Cork University Press, 2014 (2015 Folklore Society Katharine Briggs Award) 

Bannister, C. (2014) '"Like a Scout Does... Like a Guide Does..." : The Scout or Guide Camp's Lessons of Identity.' In  S. Mills and P. Kraftl (eds). Informal Education, Childhood and Youth. Palgrave Macmillan, 36-47.

Hield, F. (2013) ‘Negotiating participation in an English Singing Session’ in Russell, I and Ingram, C (eds.) Taking Part in Music: Case Studies in Ethnomusicology, Aberdeen: Aberdeen University Press, in association with ESEM, 99-120.