the green fuse /Harris






key words:

Embodiment, ecology, embodied, tacit knowing, Eco-Paganism, protest, activism, Neo-Paganism, Goddess spirituality, ritual

Selected publications

"What impact does working outdoors have on the therapeutic relationship? An interview with ecotherapist David Key", (2015) in Self & Society: An International Journal for Humanistic Psychology, Volume 43, Issue 2, 2015.

"Gendlin and ecopsychology: focusing in nature" (2013) in Person-Centered & Experiential Psychotherapies Volume 12, Issue 4, 2013.

"Embodied Eco-Paganism" (2013) in the Handbook of Contemporary Animism (ed. Harvey, G). Sheffield: Acumen Publishing. Pp: 403-15.

"A Life in the Woods" (2012) in The Wanton Green, (ed. Cross and MacLellan). Also available online.

"The Power of Place: Protest Site Pagans" (Vol 2, 2011) in The European Journal of Ecopsychology, 1-2

Sacred Ecology (1996) in Paganism Today (ed. Harvey and Hardman), Harper Collins.

Selected presentations

'Honouring The Outcast Dead: The Cross Bones Graveyard' 'Interfaith & Social Change: Engagements from the Margins' conference, University of Winchester, September 2010.

Bodies of Resistance: Eco-Paganism in the protest movement
Presented at the 'Society for European Philosophy' Conference on theme of 'Resistance', held at the University of Greenwich, August 2004.

Notions of Embodied Knowledge
Presentation at the University of Winchester, where I am currently engaged in post-graduate research, February 2003.

Goddess Consciousness: Dimensions of Sex, Ecology & the Sacred'
This paper was originally presented at the Lancaster University conference on 'Nature Religion Today' in April 1996.

Sacred Ecology
This paper was originally presented at Newcastle University conference, 'Paganism Today' in September 1994. It was published in 'Paganism Today' (ed. Harvey and Hardman), 1996, Harper Collins.

Towards an Embodied Ecology
Working notes on the relationship between embodied knowledge and eco-philosophy.

Full bibliography for Adrian Harris.

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Last updated: May 2016

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