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Dr Ffion Reynolds 


Reynolds, F. in press. The Cambrian’s Eisteddfod Lecture 2012, entitled ‘Prosiect Archaeoleg Cymunedol Tinkinswood a Llwyneliddon’ (‘Tinkinswood and St Lythans Community Archaeology Project’. Archaeologia Cambrensis. Cambrian Archaeological Association.

Reynolds, F. forthcoming. Animating the Neolithic: wood and tree use at long barrows in Britain. In Higginbottom, G. (ed.), Humanity and Creation: Those Who Create Are Made. London: Routledge.

Reynolds, F. 2014. Early Neolithic shamans: performance and healing at Hambledon Hill, Dorset. In McInnes E, Gemi-Iordanou E, Gorden S, Matthew R, Petitt R, eds. Medicine, Healing and Performance, 6–24. Oxford: Oxbow Books.       

Reynolds, F. 2014. A Site’s History Does Not End: Transforming Place through Community Archaeology at Tinkinswood Chambered Tomb and Surrounding Landscape, Vale of Glamorgan. Journal of Community Archaeology and Heritage, Vol 1(2), 173–189. London: Maney Publishing.

Reynolds, F. and Adams, D. 2014. Sound and performance in public archaeology: examining the benefits of outdoor learning with creative engagement at the Neolithic site of Tinkinswood burial chamber, south Wales. Time & Mind: The Journal of Archaeology, Consciousness and Culture, Vol 1(1), 13–31. London: Routledge.

Reynolds, F. 2013. Tracing Neolithic worldviews: Shamanism, Irish passage tomb art and altered states of consciousness. In Adams C, Waldstein A, Sessa B, Luke D, King D, eds. Breaking Convention: Essays on Psychedelic Consciousness, 22–37. London: Strange Attractor Press.

Reynolds, F. 2011. Totemism and food taboos in the Early Neolithic: A feast of roe deer at the Coneybury ‘Anomaly’, Wiltshire, southern Britain. In Thomas, J. and H. Lamdin-Whymark (eds), Beyond the Mundane: Regional Perspectives on Neolithic Pit Deposition, 171–186. Neolithic Studies Group seminar papers. Oxford: Oxbow Books.

Reynolds, F. 2009. Regenerating substances: quartz as an animistic agent. Time and mind: the journal of archaeology, consciousness and culture Vol 2(2), 153–166. Bedfordshire: Berg Publishers.