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Medland, E., Watermeyer, R., Hosein, A., Kinchin, I. and Lygo-Baker, S., 2017. Forthcoming. Pedagogical Peculiarities:Conversations at the Edge of University Teaching and Learning. Sense Publishers.

Watermeyer, R. and Rowe, G., 2013. Evaluation of Mitochondrial Replacement Consulation. Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority.

Book Sections

Watermeyer, R., 2017. Forthcoming. The dissipating value of public service in UK Higher Education. In: Lindgreen, A., Kitchener, M., Brewer, J., Moore, M., Meynhardt, T. and Koenig-Lewis, N., eds. Managing Public Value. London, U. K.: Routledge.

Watermeyer, R., 2017. Activism Over Acrimony:Not Getting Better but Getting Beyond the UK’s Research Excellence Framework. In: Halffman, W. and Radder, H., eds. International Responses to the Academic Manifesto. Social Epistemology Review and Reply Collective, p. 49.

Watermeyer, R. and Tomlinson, M., 2017. Forthcoming. The marketization of pedagogy and problem of 'competitive accountability. In: Medland, E., Watermeyer, R., Hosein, A., Kinchin, I. and Lygo-Baker, S., eds. Pedagogical Peculiarities. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.

Watermeyer, R., 2015. Public engagement in higher education. In: Case, J. and Huisman, J., eds. Investigating Higher Education. London: Routledge.

Watermeyer, R., 2015. Social network media. In: Chadwick, R., ed. Encyclopedia of applied ethics.Vol. 4. 2nd ed. San Diego: Academic Press.

Watermeyer, R., 2014. Communication and the new media. In: Chadwick, R., Levitt, M. and Shinckle, D., eds. The right to know and the right not to know. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Watermeyer, R., 2013. The museum as public laboratory. In: Boddington, A., Boys, J. and Speight, C., eds. Museums and higher education. London: Ashgate.


Chubb, J., Watermeyer, R. and Wakeling, P., 2017. Fear and loathing in the Academy?:The role of emotion in response to an impact agenda in the UK and Australia. Higher Education Research and Development, 36 (3), pp. 555-568.

Watermeyer, R., 2016. (Re)Theorising global knowledge flows. British Journal of Sociology of Education, 37 (3), pp. 481-487.

Watermeyer, R., Morton, P. and Collins, J., 2016. Rationalising for and against a policy for school-led careers-guidance (SLCG) in STEM in the UK:A teacher perspective. International Journal of Science Education, 38 (9), pp. 1441-1458.

Watermeyer, R. and Lewis, J., 2015. Public engagement:HIdden costs for research careers? The Times Higher Education

Watermeyer, R., 2014. Impact in the REF:Issues and Obstacles. Studies in Higher Education

Watermeyer, R., 2013. The presentation of science in everyday life:The science show. Cultural Studies of Science Education, 8 (3), pp. 737-751.

Paul, A., Watermeyer, R. and Delamont, S., 2013. Expertise, authority and embodied pedagogy:Operatic masterclasses. British Journal of Sociology of Education, 34 (4), pp. 487-503.

Watermeyer, R., 2012. A conceptualisation of the post-museum as pedagogical space. JCOM-Journal of Science Communication, 11 (1).

Watermeyer, R., 2012. From engagement to impact?:Articulating the public value of academic research. Tertiary Education and Management, 18 (2), pp. 115-130.

Watermeyer, R., 2012. The elicitation of research impact through engagement. Higher Education Development Association

Watermeyer, R., 2011. Challenges for university engagement in the UK:Toward a public academe? Higher Education Quarterly, 65 (4), pp. 386-410.

Watermeyer, R., 2010. Social network science:Pedagogy, dialogue and deliberation. JCOM-Journal of Science Communication, 9 (1).

Watermeyer, R., 2010. Discover!ng women in STEM:Girls into science, technology, engineering and maths. International Journal of Gender, Science and Technology, 2 (1), pp. 26-46.


Non-academic press

Chubb, J. and Watermeyer, R., 2016. Impact sensationalism:A means to an end? Research Whisperer

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