Callaghan, J. (2013) Research and relationalities. Symposium presented to: British Psychological Society's Qualitative Methods in Psychology Section (QMiP) Conference 2013, Huddersfield University, 04-06 September 2013.
Callaghan, J. and Clark, J. (2006) Feminist theory and conflict. In: Ratele, K. (ed.) Inter-group Relations: South African Perspectives. Cape Town: Juta. pp. 87-110.
Callaghan, J. and Fellin, L. (2013) Deconstructing DSM 5: de-classifying childhood. Paper presented to: Children and Young People's Mental Health: Improving Outcomes, Widening Access and Tackling Stigma in an Age of Austerity, The University of Northampton, 03-05 July 2013.
Capewell, C. and Callaghan, J. (2013) Glue that sticks and separates. Paper presented to: British Psychological Society's Qualitative Methods in Psychology Section (QMiP) Conference 2013, Huddersfield University, 04-06 September 2013.
Davies, J. (2012) Protocol 26 and the promotion of user rights. Invited Presentation presented to: Providing High-Quality Public Services in Europe Based on the Values of Protocol 26 TEU and TFEU, Warsaw, Poland, 11-12 October 2012.
Davies, J. (2009) USO's, PSO's in liberated sectors. Invited Presentation presented to: Governments and Services of General Interest in a Global World, Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, London, 15 June 2009.
Field, M. (2011) Low carbon design in urban extensions. Seminar Presentation presented to: Northampton Institute for Urban Affairs (NIUA) Seminar on Low Carbon Design, Upton, Northampton, 21 July 2011.
Field, M. (2011) What is cohousing? Invited Presentation presented to: Confederation of Co-operative Housing (CCH) 18th Annual Conference: Business Not As Usual?, University of Warwick, 22-24 July 2011.
Gordon-Finlayson, A. and Becker, S. (2013) Teaching quality in qualitative research. Workshop presented to: Higher Education Academy, Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (HEA STEM) Workshop: Supervising Qualitative Dissertations in Psychology: Developing Practice and Guidelines, University of Teeside, Darlington, 20 June 2013.
Hadfield-Hill, S. (2010) Sustainable community development: evidence from the Indian context. Paper presented to: International Centre for Corporate Social Responsibility (ICCSR) 7th International Symposium: Corporate Innovation & Sustainable Community Development, Nottingham University Business School, Nottingham, England, 27 April 2010.
Hagley-Dickinson, L. (2010) Montserrat's criminal justice. In: Newman, G. R., Stamatel, J. and Sung, H.-E. (eds.) Crime and Punishment Around the World. Vol. 2, The Americas. California, USA: ABC-CLIO Inc. pp. 230-238.
Hazenberg, R., Seddon, F. A. and Denny, S. (2012) WISEs: an Anglo-Swedish comparison. Paper presented to: 4th International Social Innovation Research Conference (ISIRC), University of Birmingham, 12-14 September 2012.
Horton, J., Hadfield-Hill, S., Kraftl, P. and Christensen, P. (2011) Young people and ‘sustainable’ urban design: experiences, perceptions and urban myths. Seminar Presentation presented to: Children, Young People and Sustainability, Centre for Children and Youth, The University of Northampton, 08 September 2011. Also presented as an Invited Presentation to: Building New Collaborations in Eco-Housing Research and Practice: Geography, Architecture and Environmental Sciences Workshop, University of Leicester, 29 September 2011
Horton, J. and Kraftl, P. (2007) Geographies of sleep/iness: an introduction. Paper presented to: Royal Geographical Society (with Institute of British Geographers) Annual International Conference, London, 28-31 August 2007.
Horton, J., Kraftl, P. and Tucker, F. (2010) Spaces-in-the-making, childhoods-on-the-move. In: Foley, P. and Leverett, S. (eds.) Children and Young People's Spaces: Developing Practice. Basingstoke, England: Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 40-57.
Horton, J., Tucker, F. and Coates, S. (2013) Supporting students' transitions from first to second year. In: Tate, S. and Hopkins, P. (eds.) Re-thinking Undergraduate Students' Transitions To, Through and Out of University: Examples of Good Practice in GEES Disciplines. York: Higher Education Academy. p. 15.
Hylton, K., Pilkington, A., Warmington, P. and Housee, S. (2011) Critical race theory in the UK: What is to be learnt? What is to be done? In: Hylton, K., Housee, S., Pilkington, A. and Warmington, P. (eds.) Atlantic Crossings: International Dialogues on Critical Race Theory. Birmingham: Centre for Sociology, Anthropology and Politics (C-SAP), The Higher Education Academy Network. pp. 13-20.
Jackson, P. (2013) Book Series Editor. A Modern History of Politics and Violence. London: Bloomsbury.
Kraftl, P. (2007) Philosophy of Education Symposium. Invited Presentation presented to: BERA (British Educational Research Association) Annual Conference, Institute of Education, London, 5-9 September 2007.
Kraftl, P., Horton, J., Armstrong, S. C., Matthews, M. H. and Pilkington, A. (2007) Evaluation of U-Turn service, Northamptonshire. Report presented to Northamptonshire County Council Teenage Partnership Executive Group, March 2007 (Unpublished)
Luke, D. P., Delanoy, D. L. and Sherwood, S. J. (2008) Psi may look like luck: perceived luckiness and beliefs about luck in relation to precognition. In: Proceedings of presented papers of the 4th Psi meeting: Parapsychology and psychology. Curitiba, Brazil: Universitario Bezerra de Menezes. pp. 131-139. Also presented at: The Parapsychological Association 51st Annual Convention and Incorporated Society of Psychical Research 32nd Annual Convention, University of Winchester, 13-17 August 2008
Maunder, R. (2012) Chair of Editorial Team. Enhancing the Learner Experience in Higher Education. Northampton: The University of Northampton. 2041-3122.
McCormack, M. (2010) Beyond public men: reflections on British studies. Invited Presentation presented to: Masculinity and Political Leadership in Europe, Institute of Historical Research and Birkbeck College, University of London, London, 15-16 December 2010.
McCormack, M. (2013) The material culture of Militia uniforms. Paper presented to: British Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies (BSECS) 42nd Annual Conference, St Hugh's College, University of Oxford, 03-05 January 2013.
Miladi, N. (2010) How to engage with the media? Paper presented to: Federation of Student Islamic Societies (FOSIS) Conference: How to Engage with the Media, Imperial College, London, England, 04 April 2010.
Miladi, N. (2011) Social media and the people's revolution in Tunisia. Panel Presentation presented to: The Jasmine Revolution: Causes and Consequences for Tunisia and the Region, Department of Politics and International Studies, SOAS, University of London, 04 February 2011.
Miladi, N. (2010) Social media for muslim youth NGO's. Paper presented to: Forum of European Muslim Youth and Student Organisations (FEMYSO) Annual General Meeting, Dusseldorf, Germany, 17 June 2010.
Miladi, N. (2011) Tunisia - rebuilding democracy. Panel Presentation presented to: Muslim Council of Britain (MCB) discussion panel on Tunisia, London Muslim Centre, 46-92 Whitechapel Road, London, 03 February 2011.
Penny, G. N. and Armstrong-Hallam, S. (2009) Student choices and alcohol matters. Workshop presented to: Student Choice and Alcohol Matters, University of Northampton, Northampton, England, 21 July 2009.
Penny, G. N. and Armstrong-Hallam, S. (2010) Student perceptions of alcohol use. Paper presented to: Conference on 'Student Alcohol (Mis)use', University of Northampton, Northampton, England, 30 March 2010.
Pilkington, A. (2012) Are universities institutionally racist? Panel Presentation presented to: British Sociological Association (BSA) Annual Conference 2012: Sociology in an Age of Austerity, University of Leeds, 11-13 April 2012.
Pilkington, A. (2013) Business as usual: BME academics in higher education. Invited Keynote presented to: A Discussion of the Role of Black and Minority Ethnic Academics in Higher Education, Kanaris Lecture Theatre, Manchester Museum, University of Manchester, 18 October 2013.
Pilkington, A. (2010) Ethnicity, crime and policing. Invited Keynote presented to: A-level Sociology Crime and Deviance Conference, London, England, 22 November 2010. Also presented at: Manchester, 02 December 2010
Pilkington, A. (2012) Systematic change in race equality. Invited Keynote presented to: Equality Challenge Unit (ECU) Higher Education Race Action Group (HERAG) Meeting, Equality Challenge Unit, London, 29 February 2012.
Pyer, M., Ryan, S., Horton, J., Kraftl, P. and Tucker, F. (2007) Children, young people and ‘disability’.Royal Geographical Society (with Institute of British Geographers) Annual International Conference, London, 28-31 August 2007.
Ressel, J. (2013) Presentation and workshop on reading cases. Workshop presented to: Why Bother Reading Cases! Or, How do Students Read, Interpret and Understand Judgments and Reported Legal Cases?, The University of Northampton, 26 April 2013.
Roe, C. A., Grierson, S. and Lomas, A. (2012) Feeling the future: two independent replication attempts. In: Abstracts of Presented Papers: Parapsychological Association 55th Annual Convention, Durham, North Carolina. Durham, North Carolina, USA: Parapsychological Association. pp. 52-53.
Roe, C. A. and Roxburgh, E. C. (2013) An overview of cold reading strategies. In: Moreman, C. (ed.) The Spiritualist Movement: Speaking with the Dead in America and Around the World: Volume 2, Evidence and Beliefs. California: Praeger. pp. 177-203.
Roe, C. A., Sonnex, C. and Roxburgh, E. C. (2012) Two meta-analyses of distant healing studies. In: Abstracts of Presented Papers: Parapsychological Association 55th Annual Convention, Durham, North Carolina. Durham, North Carolina, USA: Parapsychological Association. pp. 25-26.
Seddon, F. A., Hazenberg, R. and Denny, S. (2013) The UK’s first professional symphony orchestra cooperative: social enterprise? Paper presented to: 5th International Social Innovation Research Conference (ISIRC), Oxford, 02-04 September 2013. Also presented at: 4th EMES European Research Network International Research Conference on Social Enterprise, University of Liege, Belgium, 01-04 July 2013
Seligmann, M. S. (2005) The end of the Second World War in Europe. Paper presented to: British Commission for Military History Summer Conference: How Wars End, Joint Services Command and Staff College, 09-10 July 2005.
Sneddon, S. (2012) Equality in Legal Assessment 2 (EILA2). In: Andrews, J., Clark, R. and Thomas, L. (eds.) HEA Compendium of Effective Practice in Higher Education Retention and Success. Birmingham & York: Aston University & Higher Education Academy. pp. 64-69.
Sneddon, S. (2012) Fair trade: fair for whom? Other presented to: University of Northampton Multi-Faith Chaplaincy Spring Public Debate, University of Northampton, 07 March 2012.
Ugazio, V., Negri, A. and Fellin, L. (2012) The semantics of phobic, obsessive, eating and mood disorders. In: Giliberto, M., Dell'Aversano, C. and Velicogna, F. (eds.) PCP and Constructivism: Ways of Working, Learning and Living: Proceedings of the XVIIIth International Congress on Personal Construct Psychology. Florence: Libri Liberi. 9788884151018. pp. 69-100.
Ugazio , V. and Fellin, L. (2013) Promoting resilience in families through semantic polarities. Workshop presented to: The Association for Family Therapy & Systemic Practice (AFT) National Conference: Hope and Resilience in Hard Times: Couples, Families, Therapists, Imperial College, London, 19-21 September 2013.
Watley, G. (2011) Creating a community, making an impact.Exhibit at: Black History Roadshow. The University of Northampton, 14 March 2011. Also exhibited at: The Cube in Corby, Wellingborough African Caribbean Association (WACA), Weston Favell Library, The Guildhall and Northampton Central Library
Watley, G. (2011) Why are archives important? Invited Presentation presented to: UK Centre for Carnival Arts (training session for Archive and Learning and Outreach Coordinators), Luton, 07 October 2011.
Watley, G. and Sinclair, P. (2013) Strengthening a sense of community through collaboration. In: Craggs, R., Geoghegan, H. and Keighren, I. M. (eds.) Collaborative Geographies: The Politics, Practicalities, and Promise of Working Together. London: Royal Geographical Society. pp. 49-55.