I joined the RS team at the OU in 2003 and was Head of Department from 2013-17. I now have departmental leadership responsiblities for research. Part of this is about preparing for the REF (Research Excellence Framework - a national assessment of the value of academic research). Part of it is coordination of our postgraduate researchers (those doing an MPhil and/or PhD). I am currently supervising 5 such researchers having previously supervised 16 to the succesful completion of their PhDs.
I did my PhD at the University of Newcastle upon Tyne under the supervision of Prof John F.A. Sawyer. This was about the rhetorics of group identity in ancient Jewish literatures (including the Qumran scrolls, apocryphal and apocalyptic texts, early Christian and formative Rabbinic writings). Having been brought up relatively near Stonehenge I was invited to contribute a presentation about contemporary Druids at a conference ... and so became a fieldwork researcher among Pagans. This has resulted in many publications, especially Listening People, Speaking Earth: Contemporary Paganism (now in its second edition with Hurst and Co., and with New York University Press) and Researching Paganisms (2004).
An interest in religion, location and ecology fused with interests in the cultures of Indigenous peoples to generate yet another shift in my research career. I have been privileged to spend time with various generous and interesting hosts, including in Aotearoa, Australia, Hawaii, Newfoundland, Nigeria, the Ojibwe traditional territories and Sápmi. Most of my research about contemporary Indigenous religious traditions has been about “animism”: the varied ways in which people engage with the larger than human world. I have followed up my monograph, Animism: Respecting the Living World (2005; 2nd edition in May 2017), with the edited Handbook of Contemporary Animism (2013). Indigenous definitions of religion (e.g. the late Maori scholar, Te Pakaka Tawhai’s statement that the “purpose of religious activity … is doing violence with impunity”) play a vital role in my argument for a new definition of and approach to religion in Food, Sex and Strangers: Understanding Religion as Everyday Life (2013).
I have also been a member of the research team for a project called "Re-assembling democracy" (funded by the Norwegian Research Council (see http://www.tf.uio.no/english/research/projects/redo/) for which I have been privileged to spend time at the Riddu Riđđu festival in Sápmi (arctic Norway). I have been writing about the festival and the ORIGINS Festival of First Nations, hosted in London biennially, and the ways in which they generate new approaches to democracy, citizenship, ecology and more.
I am a member of the ESRC, AHRC and Australian Research Council peer review colleges. I was President of the British Association for the Study of Religions (2011-15), following service as Secretary (2003-2009).
I'm also a member of the following:
I am external examiner at the University of Lancaster. Previously, I have been external examiner at the Universities of Durham, Greenwich, Wolverhampton, Birmingham, Winchester, Middlesex and Aberdeen.
My current research has two strands. First there is my ongoing interest in Indigenous rituals and performance cultures. For this I am involved in collaborative research and public engagement with Border Crossings, organisers of ORIGINS Festival of First Nations, a biennial arts festival in London.
Secondly, I am beginning a project called "Prepare to meet your god(s)" which is about the practicalities of preparation for encounters with significant other-than-humans and/or with death.
See Open Research Online for further details of my research publications.
The most recent of these is a special issue of International Journal the Study of New Religions 9.2 devoted to “Indigenizing Movements in Europe”. ISSN 2041-9511 (print) 2041-952X (online). I also have a chapter in this arising from my research at the UK's Bear Feast... https://journals.equinoxpub.com/IJSNR/issue/current
I am editor of the book series, Religion and the Senses, being published by Equinox. https://www.equinoxpub.com/home/religion-and-the-senses/ The first volume, co-edited with Jess Hughes (in Classical Studies at the OU) introduces case studies and scholarly approaches to the so-called "5 senses" in a selection of ancient and contemporary religious contexts. The next six volumes are now being prepared.
I am also founding co-editor of the book series Vitality of Indigenous Religions monograph series (published by Routledge). https://www.routledge.com/Vitality-of-Indigenous-Religions/book-series/AINDIREL
I contribted to and chaired the RS module, A227 Exploring religion: places, practices, texts and experiences. I wrote units about religion and food ("what does religion taste like?") and about the role of texts and narratives in Indigenous religions. I have been a member of the module teams for A105: Voices, Texts and Material Culture and A332 Why is Religion Controversial? For the latter, I wrote units on “the new animism” and on “religion and individualism”.
Previously, I have contributed to the production and/or presentation of AA100 The Arts Past and Present, A151 Making sense of things: an introduction to material culture, A217 Introducing Religion, AA307 Religions in Conflict and Cooperation, AD317 Religion Today: Tradition, Modernity and Change, and A330 Myth in the Greek and Roman Worlds. I chaired the dissertation year of the MA in Religious Studies, A881.
I am honoured and happy to work with the wonderful people who organise the biennial Origins Festival of First Nations, a performing arts and cultural festival in London. https://originsfestival.bordercrossings.org.uk/origins-festival .
My "animism" focused research, publications and talks have influenced developments among those who identify (or might be identified) as animists - especially those who celebrate the annual Bear Feast in the UK (info available in social media), and members of the Ancestral Medicine network. My work is also cited by the Finnish artist Elsa Salonen in her international exhibitons.
As I've mentioned before, I am honoured and happy to work with the wonderful people who organise the biennial Origins Festival of First Nations, a performing arts and cultural festival in London. https://originsfestival.bordercrossings.org.uk/origins-festival .
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Indigenizing by the Assembling Actors of Riddu Riđđu’s Ritual / Spectacle (2019)
Journal of Ritual Studies, 33(1) (pp. 27-37)
[Book Review] Children of Lucifer: The Origins of Modern Religious Satanism (2018-12-05)
Journal of Contemporary Religion, 33(3) (pp. 612-614)
Bear Feasts in a Land without Wild. Bears: Experiments in Creating Animist Rituals (2018)
International Journal for the Study of New Religions, 9(2) (pp. 195-213)
If Not all Stones Are Alive…: Radical Relationality in Animism Studies (2017)
Journal for the Study of Religion, Nature and Culture, 11(4) (pp. 481-497)
If ‘Spiritual But Not Religious’ People Are Not Religious What Difference Do They Make? (2016-10-18)
Journal for the Study of Spirituality, 6(2) (pp. 128-141)
Indigenising in a Globalised World: The Re-Seeding of Belonging to Lands (2016)
Worldviews: Global Religions, Culture, and Ecology, 20(3) (pp. 300-310)
Religion and Food, Religions as Foodways (2015-06)
REVER - Revista de Estudos da Religião, 15(1) (pp. 80-92)
Respectfully eating or not eating: putting food at the centre of Religious Studies (2015-04-13)
Scripta Instituti Donneriani Aboensis, 26 (pp. 32-46)
Playing Croquet with Hedgehogs: (Still) Becoming a Scholar of Paganism and Animism (2015)
The Pomegranate: The International Journal of Pagan Studies, 17(1-2) (pp. 99-114)
Whose society, whose experience? A fundamental question for rethinking religion (2015)
Religion, Brain & Behavior, 5(3) (pp. 233-235)
Elsewhere: seeking alternatives to European understandings of “religion” (2014)
Diskus: The Journal of the British Association for the Study of Religions (BASR), 16(3) (pp. 57-68)
Animals, animists and academics (2006-03)
Zygon: Journal of Religion and Science, 41(1) (pp. 9-19)
Endo-cannibalism in the making of a recent British ancestor (2004-08)
Mortality, 9(3) (pp. 255-267)
Guesthood as ethical decolonising research method (2003-04)
Numen: International Review for the History of Religions, 50(2) (pp. 125-146)
Environmentalism in the construction of indigeneity (2003)
Ecotheology: Journal of Religion, Nature and the Environment, 8(2) (pp. 206-223)
Sacred Places in the Construction of Indigenous Environmentalism (2002-07)
Ecotheology: Journal of Religion, Nature and the Environment, 7(1) (pp. 60-73)
Satanism: performing alterity and othering (2002)
Syzygy: Journal of Alternative Religion and Culture, 11 (pp. 53-68)
Fantasy in the study of religions: Paganism as observed and enhanced by Terry Pratchett (2000)
Diskus: The journal of the British Association for the Study of Religions (BASR), 6
Shamanism in Britain today (1998-12)
Performance Research, 3(3) (pp. 15-23)
The authority of intimacy in Paganism and goddess spirituality (1996)
Diskus: The journal of the British Association for the Study of Religions (BASR), 4(1) (pp. 34-48)
Satanism in Britain today (1995-10)
Journal of Contemporary Religion, 10(3) (pp. 283-296)
Food, Sex and Strangers: Understanding Religion as Everyday Life (2013-07-31)
ISBN : 978-1-84465-692-9 | Publisher : Routledge
Animism: Respecting the Living World (2005-02)
ISBN : 1850657572 | Publisher : Hurst | Published : London, UK
Bear Feasts in a land without wild bears: experiments in creating animist rituals (2020)
In: Harvey, Graham ed. Indigenizing movements in Europe ((In Press))
ISBN : 9781781797907 | Publisher : Equinox
Indigenous rituals re-make the larger than human community (2020)
In: Salomonsen, Jone; Houseman, Michael; Pike, Sarah M. and Harvey, Graham eds. Reassembling Democracy: Ritual as Cultural Resource
ISBN : 9781350123021 | Publisher : Bloomsbury (In Press)
Trans-Indigenous Festivals: Democracy and Emplacement (2020)
In: Pike, Sarah M.; Salomonsen, Jone and Tremlett, Paul-Francois eds. Ritual and Democracy: Protests, Publics and Performances
ISBN : 9781781799758 | Publisher : Equinox (In Press)
Tylor, ‘ Fetishes ’ and the Matter of Animism (2017-09-21)
In: Tremlett, Paul-François; Sutherland, Liam and Harvey, Graham eds. Edward Tylor, Religion and Culture (pp. 29-46)
ISBN : 978-1-350-00341-5 | Publisher : Bloomsbury | Published : London
Art works: A relational rather than representational understanding of art and buildings (2017)
In: Hutchings, Tim and McKenzie, Joanne eds. Materiality and the Study of Religion: The Stuff of the Sacred. Theology and Religion in Interdisciplinary Perspective Series
ISBN : 978-1472477835 | Publisher : Routledge
Performing Indigeneity and Performing Guesthood (2016-10-18)
In: Hartney, Christopher and Tower, Daniel J. eds. Religious Categories and the Construction of the Indigenous. Supplements to Method & Theory in the Study of Religion (7) (pp. 74-91)
ISBN : 9789004324411 | Publisher : Brill
Paganism and Animism (2016-08-03)
In: Jenkins, Willis; Tucker, Mary Evelyn and Grim, John eds. Routledge Handbook of Religion and Ecology. Routledge International Handbooks (pp. 209-217)
ISBN : 978-1138789579 | Publisher : Routledge
In: Woodhead, Linda; Partridge, Christopher and Kawanami, Hiroko eds. Religions in the Modern World: Traditions and Transformations (Third Edition) (pp. 345-367)
ISBN : 978-0-415-85881-6 | Publisher : Routledge
Food, Sex and Spirituality (2015-11-09)
In: Coats, Curtis D. and Emerich, Monica M. eds. Practical Spiritualities in a Media Age (pp. 189-204)
ISBN : 9781474223164 | Publisher : Bloomsbury
Relational health: Animists, shamans and the practice of well-being (2014-02-18)
In: Johnston, Lucas and Bauman, Whitney eds. Science and Religion: One Planet, Many Possibilities. Routledge Studies in Religion (pp. 204-215)
ISBN : 978-0-415-73842-2 | Publisher : Routledge | Published : Abingdon
Pagan studies or the study of paganisms? A case study in the study of religions (2014)
In: Chryssides, George and Zeller, Ben eds. Bloomsbury Companion to New Religious Movements (pp. 37-40)
ISBN : 978-1-4411-9005-5 | Publisher : Bloomsbury
Animist realism in indigenous novels and other literature (2013-10-31)
In: Harvey, Graham ed. Handbook of Contemporary Animism. Acumen Handbooks
ISBN : 9781844657117 | Publisher : Acumen Publishing | Published : Durham
Why study indigenous religions? (2013-08)
In: Cox, Jim and Adogame, Afe eds. Critical Reflections on Indigenous Religions (pp. 19-28)
ISBN : 978-1-4094-4500-5 | Publisher : Ashgate | Published : Farnham
Indigenous spiritualities (2012-08-09)
In: Cobb, Mark R; Puchalski, Christina M. and Rumbold, Bruce eds. Oxford Textbook of Spirituality in Healthcare. Oxford Textbooks In Public Health (pp. 49-54)
ISBN : 978-0-19-957139-0 | Publisher : Oxford University Press | Published : Oxford
Ritual in New Religions (2012-08)
In: Hammer, Olav and Rothstein, Mikael eds. Cambridge Companion to New Religious Movements. Cambridge Companions to Religion (pp. 97-112)
ISBN : 9780521196505 | Publisher : Cambridge University Press | Published : Cambridge
Things act: casual indigenous statements about the performance of object-persons (2012-03-01)
In: Bowman, Marion and Valk, Ülo eds. Vernacular Religion in Everyday Life: Expressions of Belief (pp. 194-210)
ISBN : 9781908049506 | Publisher : Equinox Publishing Limited | Published : London
Bardic chairs and the emergent performance practices of pagans (2012-03)
In: Cusack, Carole M. and Norman, Alex eds. Handbook of New Religions and Cultural Production. Brill Handbooks on Contemporary Religion (4) (pp. 399-420)
ISBN : 9789004221871 | Publisher : E.J. Brill | Published : Leiden
Alternative spiritualities: marginal and mainstream (2012-02-14)
Harvey, Graham and Vincett, Giselle
In: Woodhead, Linda and Catto, Rebecca eds. Religion and Change in Modern Britain (pp. 156-172)
ISBN : 978-0-415-57581-2 | Publisher : Routledge | Published : London
Ritual is etiquette in the larger than human world: the two wildernesses of contemporary eco-Paganism (2012)
In: Feldt, Laura ed. Wilderness in Mythology and Religion: Approaching Religious Spatialities, Cosmologies, and Ideas. Religion and Society (55) (pp. 265-292)
ISBN : 978-1614512240 | Publisher : De Gruyter | Published : Berlin
Paganism: negotiating between esotericism and animism under the influence of Kabbalah (2012)
In: Huss, Boaz ed. Kabbalah and Contemporary Spiritual Revival. Goldstein-Goren Library of Jewish Thought (14) (pp. 267-284)
ISBN : 978-965-536-043-1 | Publisher : Ben-Gurion University | Published : Beer Sheva
Field research: participant observation (2011-11)
In: Stausberg, Michael and Engler, Steven eds. The Routledge Handbook of Research Methods in the Study of Religion (pp. 217-244)
ISBN : 978-0-415-55920-1 | Publisher : Routledge | Published : Abingdon
Animism rather than Shamanism: new approaches to what shamans do (for other animists) (2010-03-24)
In: Schmidt, Bettina and Huskinson, Lucy eds. Spirit Possession and Trance : New Interdisciplinary Perspectives. Continuum Advances in Religious Studies (7) (pp. 14-34)
ISBN : 9780826435743 | Publisher : Continuum | Published : London
In: Woodhead, Linda; Kawanami, Hiroko and Partridge, Christopher eds. Religions in the Modern World : Traditions and Transformations (2nd ed.) (pp. 357-376)
ISBN : 978-0-415-45891-7 | Publisher : Routledge | Published : London
In: Woodhead, Linda; Kawanami, Hiroko and Patridge, Christopher eds. Religions in the Modern World: Traditions and Transformations, 2nd ed. (pp. 357-376)
ISBN : 9780415458917 | Publisher : Routledge
Animist paganism (2009)
In: Pizza, Murphy and Lewis, James R eds. Handbook of Contemporary Paganism. Brill Handbooks on Contemporary Religion (2) (pp. 393-412)
ISBN : 978 90 04 16373 7 | Publisher : Brill | Published : Leiden
Satanism: performing alterity and othering (2009)
In: Petersen, Jesper Aagaard ed. Contemporary Religious Satanism: a Critical Anthology. Ashgate Controversial New Religions Series (pp. 27-40)
ISBN : 9780754652861 | Publisher : Ashgate | Published : Farnham
In: Clarke, Peter B and Beyer, Peter eds. The World's Religions: Continuities and Transformations (pp. 15-24)
ISBN : 978-0-415-39725-4 | Publisher : Routledge | Published : New York
Huldah's Scroll: a pagan reading (2007-04)
In: Isherwood, Lisa ed. Patriarchs, Prophets and Other Villains. Gender, Theology and Spirituality (pp. 85-100)
ISBN : 9781845531317 | Publisher : Equinox | Published : London
Inventing Paganisms: making nature (2007)
In: Lewis, James and Hammer, Olav eds. The Invention of Sacred Tradition (pp. 277-290)
ISBN : 9780521864794 | Publisher : Cambridge University Press | Published : Cambridge
Becoming Pagan having been Christian (2006)
In: Partridge, Christopher and Reid, Helen eds. Finding and Losing Faith: Studies in Conversion. Studies in Religion & Culture (pp. 56-69)
ISBN : 1842274104 | Publisher : Paternoster Press | Published : Bletchley, UK
Discworld and Otherworld: The imaginative use of Fantasy Literature among Pagans (2006)
In: Hume, Lynne and McPhillips, Kathleen eds. Popular Spiritualities: The Politics of Contemporary Enchantment (pp. 41-51)
ISBN : 754639991 | Publisher : Ashgate | Published : Aldershot, UK
Performing identity and entertaining guests: Maori diaspora in London (2005)
In: Harvey, Graham and Thompson, Jr, Charles D. eds. Indigenous Diasporas and Dislocation. Vitality of Indigenous Religions (pp. 121-134)
ISBN : 754639061 | Publisher : Ashgate | Published : Aldershot
Performing and constructing research as guesthood in the study of religions (2005)
In: Hume, Lynne and Mulcock, Jane eds. Anthropologists in the field: cases in participant observation (pp. 168-182)
ISBN : 0-231-13005-8 | Publisher : Columbia University Press | Published : New York
Performing identity and entertaining guests in the Maoridiaspora (2005)
In: Harvey, Graham and Thompson, Charles D eds. Indigenous Diasporas and Dislocation (pp. 121-134)
ISBN : 978-0-7546-3906-0 | Publisher : Ashgate | Published : Aldershot
Pagan Studies or the Study of Paganisms? A case study in the study of religions (2004)
In: Blian, Jenny; Ezzy, Doug and Harvey, Graham eds. Researching Paganisms (pp. 241-255)
ISBN : 0-7591-0523-5 | Publisher : AltaMira | Published : Lanham, MS, USA
Comments on "The Permeability of Boundaries debate: alternative archaeology - has it happened?" (2001)
In: Wallis, R. J. and Lymer, K. eds. A Permeability of Boundaries? New Approaches to the Archaeology of Art, Religion and Folklore. BAR international series (936) (pp. 121-123)
ISBN : 1841711748 | Publisher : British Archaeological Reports | Published : Oxford
Boggarts and Books: towards an appreciation of Pagan Spirituality (2000-02)
In: Sutcliffe, Steven and Bowman, Marion eds. Beyond New Age: Exploring Alternative Spirituality (pp. 155-168)
ISBN : 748609989 | Publisher : Edinburgh University Press | Published : Edinburgh
In: Harvey, Graham ed. Indigenous Religions: a Companion (pp. 1-19)
ISBN : 304704482 | Publisher : Cassell | Published : London
Art works in Aotearoa (2000)
In: Harvey, Graham ed. Indigenous Religions: a Companion (pp. 155-172)
ISBN : 304704474 | Publisher : Cassell | Published : London
Coming home and coming out Pagan but not converting (1999)
In: Lamb, Christopher and Bryant, Darrol eds. Religious Conversion: Contemporary Practices and Controversies. (pp. 233-246)
ISBN : 304338435 | Publisher : Cassell | Published : London
Synagogues of the Hebrews: "Good Jews" in the Diaspora (1998)
In: Jones, Sian and Pearce, Sarah eds. Jewish Local Patriotism and Self-Identification in the Graeco-Roman Period. Library of Second Temple Studies (31) (pp. 132-147)
ISBN : 1850758328 | Publisher : Sheffield Academic Press | Published : Sheffield
Heathenism: a north European Pagan tradition (1995)
In: Harvey, Graham and Hardman, Charlotte eds. Paganism Today (pp. 49-64)
ISBN : 722532334 | Publisher : Thorsons | Published : London
'Ritual abuse allegations, incitement to religious hatred: Pagans and Christians in court (1995)
In: Towler, Robert ed. New Religions and the New Europe. RENNER Studies on New Religions (1) (pp. 154-170)
ISBN : 8772884339 | Publisher : Aarhus University Press | Published : Aarhus
The suffering of witches and children: uses of witchcraft passages in the Bible (1995)
In: Davies, Jon; Watson, Wilfred G. E. and Harvey, Graham eds. Words Remembered, Texts Renewed: Essays in Honour of John F. A. Sawyer. Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies (195) (pp. 154-170)
ISBN : 9780567634238 | Publisher : Sheffield Academic Press | Published : Sheffield
Death and remembrance in modern Paganism (1994)
In: Davies, Jon ed. Ritual and Remembrance: Responses to Death in Human Societies (pp. 103-122)
ISBN : 1850754691 | Publisher : Sheffield Academic Press
Indigenizing Movements in Europe (2020-04-15)
Harvey, Graham ed.
ISBN : 9781781797914 | Publisher : Equinox | Published : Sheffield
Sensual Religion: Religion and the Five Senses (2018-09-04)
Harvey, Graham and Hughes, Jessica eds.
Religion and the Senses
ISBN : 9781781794142 | Publisher : Equinox | Published : Sheffield
Edward Burnett Tylor, Religion and Culture (2017)
Tremlett, Paul-François; Harvey, Graham and Sutherland, Liam T. eds.
ISBN : 9781350003415 | Publisher : Bloomsbury | Published : London
Handbook of Contemporary Animism (2013-10-31)
Harvey, Graham ed.
Handbooks on Contemporary Religion
ISBN : 978-1844657117 | Publisher : Acumen Publishing | Published : Durham
Religions in Focus: New Approaches to Tradition and Comtemporary Practices (2009)
Harvey, Graham ed.
ISBN : 9781845532185 | Publisher : Equinox | Published : London
Indigenous diasporas and dislocations (2005-09)
Harvey, Graham and Thompson Jr, Charles D. eds.
Vitality of Indigenous Religions
ISBN : 754639061 | Publisher : Ashgate | Published : Aldershot, UK
Ritual and Religious Belief: a reader (2005-09)
Harvey, Graham ed.
Critical Categories in the Study of Religion
ISBN : 1904768172 | Publisher : Equinox | Published : London, UK
The Paganism Reader (2004-11)
Clifton, Chas and Harvey, Graham eds.
ISBN : 9780415303521 | Publisher : Routledge | Published : London, UK
Researching Paganisms (2004-09)
Blain, Jenny; Ezzy, Douglas and Harvey, Graham eds.
ISBN : 0-7591-0523-5 | Publisher : AltaMira | Published : Lanham, MD, USA
Historical Dictionary of Shamanism (2004)
Harvey, Graham and Wallis, Robert eds.
Historical Dictionaries of Religions, Philosophies, and Movements Series
ISBN : 0-8108-5798-7 | Publisher : Scarecrow | Published : Lanham, MD, USA
Shamanism: A Reader (2003)
Harvey, Graham ed.
ISBN : 415253292 | Publisher : Routledge | Published : London, UK
Indigenous religious musics (2000-12)
Ralls-MacLeod, Karen and Harvey, Graham eds.
SOAS Musicology Series
ISBN : 0 7546 0249 4 | Publisher : Ashgate | Published : Aldershot, UK
Law and Religion in Contemporary Society: Communities, Individualism and the State (2000)
Edge, Peter W. and Harvey, Graham eds.
ISBN : 754613062 | Publisher : Ashgate | Published : Aldershot
Indigenous Religions: A Companion (2000)
Harvey, Graham ed.
ISBN : 304704482 | Publisher : Cassell | Published : New York
Paganism Today: Witches, Druids, the Goddess and Ancient Earth Traditions for the Twenty-First Century (1996-02-19)
Harvey, Graham and Hardman, Charlotte eds.
ISBN : 722532334 | Publisher : Thorsons | Published : London
Words Remembered, Texts Renewed: Festschrift for Prof John F.A. Sawyer (1995-11-01)
Davies, Jon; Harvey, Graham and Watson, Wilfred G. E. eds.
Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies
ISBN : 9780567634238 | Publisher : Sheffield Academic Press | Published : Sheffield
Pagan Identities: DISKUS 6 (2000)
Bowman, Marion and Harvey, Graham