Allwork, L. (2015) Research in the School of the Arts. Invited Presentation presented to: The Spring Meeting of the Court of the University of Northampton, The University of Northampton, 12 March 2015. (Unpublished)
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. (Unpublished)
Jepson, A., Wiltshier, P. and Clarke, A. (2008) Community Festivals: involvement and inclusion. In: Conference Proceedings of the 17th Annual CHME Research Conference. Glasgow: Council for Hospitality Management Education (CHME). 0954803914.
Johannesson, J., Hawkins, N. and Furman, D. (2007) Ethical perceptions of UK university students. In: Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the Academy of International Business Southeast USA. Nashville, TN. USA: Academy of International Business Southeast USA.
Schaber, F. (2010) Socially responsible design: breadline shoes for children in India. In: Boks, W., Ion, W., McMahon, C. and Parkinson, B. (eds.) When Design Education and Design Research Meet: Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Engineering and Product Design Education. Westbury: Institution of Engineering Designers. 9781904670193. pp. 352-357.
Tejwani, S. F. and Taylor, Z. (2015) Developing her own visual style: Zoe Taylor. In: Tejwani, S. F. (ed.) The Art of Fashion Illustration : Learn the Techniques and Inspiration of Today's Leading Fashion Artists. United States of America: Rockport Publishers, Quarto Publishing Group. pp. 10-13. [Interview]
Thomas, V. (2016) Playing in Northampton: connecting past, present and future. In: Patte, M. M. and Sutterby, J. A. (eds.) Celebrating 40 Years of Play Research: Reflecting on Our Past, Exploring the Present, & Playing into the Future. Lanham: Hamilton Books for The Association for the Study of Play (TASP). pp. 3-30.
Thomas, V. (2014) The creative benefits of play. Paper presented to: 7th InternationaI Toy Research Association (ITRA) World Congress: Toys as Language and Communication, Faculty of Philosophy, Catholic University Of Portugal, Braga, 23-25 July 2014. (Unpublished)