Gould, H. (in press, 2019) Caring for sacred waste: The disposal of butsudan (Buddhist altars) in contemporary Japan. Japanese Religions, 43
Goodwin-Hawkins, B. & Gould, H. (in press, 2019) Fieldwork at Sunset: Visual Representations of the Anthropological Online. FOCAAL
Gould, H. (2019) Domestic(ating) Buddha: Making a place for Japanese Buddhist altars (butsudan) in Western homes. Journal of Material Religion 15 (4): 488-510.
Gould, H., Kohn, T. & Gibbs, M. (2019) Uploading the ancestors: Experiments with digital Buddhist altars in contemporary Japan. Death Studies 43 (7): 456-465.
Gould, H., Chenhall, R., Kohn, T. & Stevens, C. S. (2019) An Interrogation of Sensory Anthropology of and in Japan. Anthropological Quarterly 92 (1):231-258.
Uriu, D., Odom, W. and Gould, H. (2018). Understanding Automatic Conveyor-belt Columbaria: Emerging Sites of Interactive Memorialization in Japan. In Proceedings of the 2018 Designing Interactive Systems Conference (DIS ’18). ACM, New York: 747-752.
Editor Reviewed Articles
Gould, H. (2019). Kondo and Kuyō: Disposal as a Religious Experience? Sightings, February 14.
Gould, H. (2017) Our Electric Afterlives. Theorizing the Contemporary, Fieldsights: Current Anthropology.
Gould, H. (2014). Exhibiting Disaster: The Great Kantō Earthquake, 1923. Collections, 15:46-52.
Gould, H. (2016) Key Terms in Material Religion. Journal of the Anthropological Society of Oxford, VII (2)
Gould, H. (2019). ‘Stood to Rest’: Vertical Burial. Death, Dying and Disposal. Bath, UK, September 2019.
Gould, H. (2018). From a ‘good death’ to a ‘calm heart’: Buddhist retailing and self-care in contemporary Japan. Life in an Age of Death: AAS 2018, Cairns
Gould, H. (2018) 捨てられるモノにみる宗教の物質性―現代日本における仏壇の事例研究―. Nanzan Institute for Religious Studies, Nanzan University. [Japanese]
Gould, H. (2017) Material mediations of the dead – as Buddhas, ancestors, antecedents, and angels – in contemporary Japan.Shifting States: AAS/ASA/ANZ Anthropological Societies Conference, The University of Adelaide, December.
Gould, H. (2017) Crisis and innovation in the Japanese Buddhist altar industry. Presented at Buddhism and Business, Market and Merit, The University of British Columbia, Vancouver, June.
Gould, H., Kohn, T. & Gibbs, M. (2016) Networking the Ancestors: The Emergence of Digital Butsudan in Japan. Homo Sapiens, Mortality and the Internet, Asia Research Institute National University of Singapore
Gould, H. & McKay, M. ‘The good in ‘bad Buddhism’: Beyond ancient wisdom for contemporary woes. ASA, 2018, Oxford
Sear, C. & Gould, H. ‘Feeling Capitalism‘. AAS, 2018, Cairns.
Gould, H. (2016) From Spirits to Superfans: Japanese religions and the making of global popular culture. Asian Geographic. November 2016.
Gould, H. (2016) If Pokémon Go feels like a religion, that because it kind is, The Guardian, 12 July. (Over 2000 shares, 10,000 unique reads)
Gould, H. (2017-2018) Column. Shūkyō sangyō shinbun (Japanese Religious industries newspaper) [Japanese]
Gould, H. (2017, June 5) 文化人類学から見る現代日本における供養とデザイン. Gendai nihon ni okeru kuyō to dezain(Veneration and design in contemporary Japan).東洋大学Toyo University, Human Design Centre [Japanese]
Gould, H. (2016, December 3) Corpses in the Cabinet: The Museum as a Burial Ground. After Death [Symposium] Ian Potter Museum.
Gould, H. (2016) Fieldwork at Sunset: Assessing Anthropological Websites. Ethnoforum, The University of Melbourne.
Digital Immortality (2019, August), ABC Darwin
Is there life after grief? (2019, May 5) God Forbid, ABC Radio National
Does it Spark Joy? Interview on Marie Kondo & Religion (2019) BBC World Service, January 2019.
What Happens if… I die? (2018) Joy Radio, What Happens if? Comedy Program, August 18
Your online life after death. (2018). Eavesdrop on Experts. June 20, 2018
Where did the Church do Wrong? Pokémon Go and Debate on Competition. (2016). BBC Ireland Sunday Sequence, July 2016