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Shaw, Sylvie (2004). A ballet of butterflies. In: Sense of Place 5 Tasmanian Colloquium: Hope Like a River: Place, Art, Activism, Hobart, Tasmania, (). April, 2004. 157  
Cock, P. and Shaw, S. (2006) A Journey into Social and Sacred Ecology. Eingana : The Journal of the Victorian Association for Environmental Education, 29 1: 9-13. 118  
Shaw, Sylvie (2008). Along the waterway. In: Peaceful Space: Sound, space & the environment forum, The University of Queensland, (). 6 September, 2008. 41  
Shaw, Sylvie (2010). An ecological-religious conversion: Turned on to nature. In: 4th International Conference of the International Society for the Study of Religion, Nature and Culture (ISSRNC 2010), Perth, Western Australia, (41-42). 16-19 December 2010. 57  
Ross H., Shaw S., Rissik D., Cliffe N., Chapman S., Hounsell V., Udy J., Trinh N.T. and Schoeman J. (2015) A participatory systems approach to understanding climate adaptation needs. Climatic Change, . doi:10.1007/s10584-014-1318-6 4   Cited 0 times in Scopus0 2
Shaw, Sylvie (2004). Aquaculture – the social context. In: Australian Marine Sciences Association Annual Conference, Hobart, Australia, (). 6-9 July 2004. 43  
Shaw, Syvlie (2004). At the water's edge: An ecologically-inspired methodology. In J. Blain, D. Ezzy and G. Harvey (Ed.), Researching Paganisms (pp. 131-146) Walnut Creek, U.S.A: AltaMira Press. 49  
Ross, Helen, Shaw, Sylvie, Schoeman, Jessica, Chapman, Susie, Cliffe, Neil, Rissik, David, Hounsell, Vanessa, Udy, James and Trinh, Nghia (2012) Climate roundtables Southeast Queensland: short report St. Lucia, QLD, Australia: Global Change Institute, The University of Queensland 34  
Shaw, Sylvie (2011). Commercial fisheries and social impacts. In: S. Velayutham, N. Ebert and S. Watkins, TASA 2010 Conference Proceedings: Social Causes, Private Lives. 2010 TASA Conference, Sydney, NSW, Australia, (). 6-9 December 2010. 44  
Shaw, Sylvie (2006). Connecting with blue: Aquatic nature religion. In: Inaugural Conference of the International Society for the Study of Religion, Nature & Culture, Gainesville, U.S., (). 6-9 April, 2006. 38  
Shaw, Sylvie (2006). Deep blue religion. In: 30th Anniversary AASR Conference 2006: Celebrating the Past - Anticipating the Future, University of South Australia, (). 7 - 9 July, 2006. 94  
Shaw, Sylvie (2008). Deep blue religion. In Sylvie Shaw and Andrew Francis (Ed.), Deep blue: Critical reflections on nature, religion, and water (pp. 137-156) London, U.K.: Equinox Publishing. 63  
Shaw, Sylvie (2003). Deep in the heart. In John Cameron (Ed.), Changing places : Re-imagining Australia (pp. 249-259) Double Bay, N.S.W., Australia: Longueville Books. 48  
Shaw, Sylvie (2007). EcoConversion. In: Australian Association for the Study of Religion Conference, Melbourne, Australia, (). 7 July, 2007. 30  
Shaw, Sylvie (2011). Fisheries and the sacred. In: TASA (The Australian Sociology Association) Conference, Newcastle, NSW, Australia, (). 28 November - 1 December 2011. 27  
Shaw, Sylvie (2009) Fisheries management in Australia. Australasian Journal of Environmental Management, 16 1: 59-60. 37   0
Johnson, Helen, Dressler, Wolf and Shaw, Sylvie (2008) Fishers, families and communities: Assessing the social impact of fisheries decline in Queensland Coastal Regions Brisbane, Australia: The University of Queensland 68  
Ghiloni, Aaron J. and Shaw, Sylvie (2013) 'Gumboot religion': religious responses to an Australian natural disaster. Journal for the Study of Religion, Nature and Culture, 7 1: 27-48. doi:10.1558/jsrnc.v7i1.27 95 3 Cited 0 times in Scopus0 0
Shaw, Sylvie, Johnson, Helen and Dressler, Wolfram (2011) Identifying, communicating and integrating social considerations into future management concerns in inshore commercial fisheries in Coastal Queensland. Queensland, Australia: Queensland Seafood Industry Association 53  
Shaw, Sylvie (2012) «È il nostro fiume, santo cielo, non dovremmo conservarlo? Che altro abbiamo senza il fiume?». Concilium: rivista internazionale di teologia, 48 5: 34-48. 71 4
Shaw, Sylvie and Ross, Helen (2011) Incorporating climate change adaptation and resilience-building needs within management of social-ecological systems. , School of History, Philosophy, Religion & Classics and School of Agriculture and Food Sciences, Report to the Global Change Institute, The University of Queensland. 92  
Shaw, Sylvie and Francis, Andrew (2008). Introduction: Sacred waters. In Sylvie Shaw and Andrew Francis (Ed.), Deep blue: Critical reflections on nature, religion, and water (pp. 1-14) London; Oakville, CT: Equinox Publishing. 62  
Shaw Sylvie (2011). Lives on the Line: Commercial fishers: Impacts of social and industrial change in Queensland. In: CFP: ISSR, Religion and Economy in a Global World, Aix-en-Provence, France, (). 30 June - 03 July 2011. 20  
Shaw, Sylvie (2012) Mein Gott, es ist doch unser Fluss! Sollten wir ihn nicht schützen? Was wären wir denn ohne ihn?. Concilium: Internationale Zeitschrift fürTheologie, 48 5: 495-505. 56 7
Shaw, Sylvie (2012) My God, it's our river, shouldn't we preserve it? Without the river, what else have we got?. Concilium, 5: 24-34. 57 11
Shaw, Sylive (2003) Reclaiming the ecoerotic: Celebrating the body and the earth. Ecotheology, 8 1: 85-99. 69  
Shaw, Sylvie and Ghiloni, Aaron (2011). Religions respond to the Brisbane floods. In: Australian Association for Studies in Religion annual confernce, Southern Cross University, NSW, Australia, (). 1-3 July 2011. 39  
Shaw, Sylvie (2011). Religious responses to the Queensland floods. In: TASA (The Australian Sociology Association) Conference,, Newcastle, NSW, Australia, (). 28 November - 1 December 2011. 26  
Shaw, Sylvie (2006) Review of: 'A Divine Ecology' by Ian Mills. Ecotheology, 11 2: 243-245. 85  
Shaw, Sylvie (2006) Review of: Helen Bergin & Susan Smith (eds.), Land and Place: Spiritualities from Aotearoa New Zealand (Auckland: Accent Publications, 2004), pp. 245. Pb. NZ $35.00, ISBN 0-9583454-5-7. Ecotheology, 11 4: 521-523. 134  
Shaw, Sylvie (2003) Review of 'Loving Nature: Towards an Ecology of Emotion' by Kay Milton. Ecotheology, 8 2: 254-256. doi:10.1558/jsrnc.v8i2.1689 174   0
Shaw, Sylvie (2008) Review of The dream of the earth. By T. Berry and Evening thoughts: reflections on earth as a sacred community. By T. Berry. The Journal of Religious History, 15 4: 597-599. doi:10.1111/j.1467-9418.2008.00403_1.x 70   0 0
Shaw, Sylvie and Pearce, Michael (2010). Rivering from catchment to the Bay: A study of the Brisbane River. In: ISSRNC 2010 conference programme. 4th International Conference of the International Society for the Study of Religion, Nature and Culture (ISSRNC 2010), Perth, W.A., Australia, (42-42). 16-18 December 2010. 77 1
Shaw, Sylvie (2008). River values and the Brisbane River. In: Peaceful Space: Sound, space & the environment forum, The University of Queensland, (). 6 September, 2008. 41  
Shaw, Sylvie (2011). Sacred river values. In: 14 th International River Symposium, Brisbane, QLD, Australia, (). 26-29 September 2011. 33  
Shaw, Sylvie (2008). See the world in green and blue. In: 3rd Annual Alternative expresssion of the numinous conference. Alternative expresssion of the numinous conference, Forgan Smith Building, University of Queensland, (47-47). 15 - 17 August, 2008. 95  
Stirling, Nicole, Shaw, Sylvie and Short, Patricia (2014) Sifting, negotiating and remaking religious identities: A redefining of lived religion among Muslim migrant women. International Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, 4 8 (1): 17-29. 9 5
Shaw, Sylvie (2004). Social context of aquaculture. In: Coast to Coast 2004 proceedings. Australia's 6th National Coastal Conference : the second decade - coastal planning and management in Australia towards 2014, Hobart, Tasmania, (). 19-23 April, 2004. 41  
Shaw, Sylvie (2005). Sustaining the sea, sustaining ourselves. In: Association for the Study of Literature and Environment: Be True to the Earth, Melbourne, Australia, (). April 2005. 24  
Shaw, Sylvie, Johnson, Helen, Dressler, Wolfram, Ross, Helen and Conrad, Kathryn (2009) The human dimension of Moreton Bay Marine Park: A baseline analysis of social values and perceptions : 146  
Shaw, Sylvie (2008). The soul of the fisher. In: T. Majoribanks, J. Barraket, J-S. Chang, A. Dawson, M. Guillemin, M. Henry-Waring, J. Lewis, D. Lusher, A. Kenyon, D. Nolan, P. Pyett, R. Robins, D. Warr, J. Wyn and R. Kokanovic, Reimagining Sociology: Proceedings of The Annual Conference of The Australian Sociological Association. The Annual Conference of The Australian Sociological Association (TASA), The University of Melbourne, Victoria, (1-18). 2-5 December 2008. 109  
Shaw, Sylvie and Campbell, Lucy (2010). The spirit of commercial fishing. In: 2010 AASR (Australian Association for the Study of Religion) Conference., Brisbane, Australia, (). 2-4 July 2010. 39  
Shaw, Sylvie (2009). The spirit of resilience: Fishers in the deep blue. In: Religion, Nature, and Progress: 3rd International Conference of the International Society for the Study of Religion, Nature & Culture (ISSRNC). Program and Abstract Book. Religion, Nature, and Progress: 3rd International Conference of the International Society for the Study of Religion, Nature & Culture (ISSRNC), Amsterdam, Netherlands, (31-31). 23-26 July 2009. 45  
Shaw, Sylvie (2009). The spiritual flow of the Brisbane River. In: Make a World of Difference: Hearing each other, Healing the earth: 2009 Parliament of the World's Religions: Program Book. 2009 Parliament of the World's Religions, Melbourne, Australia, (332-333). 3-9 December 2009. 110 2250
Shaw, Sylvie (2012) 'The world is in dire straits': food security: the need for holistic thinking and action. Nexus: Newsletter of the Sociological Association of Australia and New Zealand, 24 1: 12-29. 66 2
Shaw, Sylvie (2009). Water-ways: The serpentine soul of Brisbane. In: Religion, Nature, and Progress: 3rd International Conference of the International Society for the Study of Religion, Nature & Culture (ISSRNC). Program and Abstract Book. Religion, Nature, and Progress: 3rd International Conference of the International Society for the Study of Religion, Nature & Culture (ISSRNC), Amsterdam, Netherlands, (30-31). 23-26 July 2009. 58  
Shaw, Sylvie (2007). Wild, numinous and erotic. In: 3rd Annual Alternative Expressions of the Numinous Conference, The University of Queensland, (). 17-19 August, 2007. 22  
Shaw, Sylvie (2005). Wild spirit, active love. In Ly de Angeles, Emma Restall Orr and Thom van Dooren (Ed.), Pagan visions for a sustainable future (pp. 173-192) St. Paul, MN, U.S.A.: Llewellyn Publications. 55