[Under Review] Buckland, P., Robinson, B., & Mann, M. (2019). Science Alone Will Not Save Us. Engaged Civic Life Might. In Teaching Climate Change in the United States. Ed. Joseph Henderson and Andrea Drewes. Routledge Press.
[Accepted] Kitt-Lewis, E., Adam, M., Buckland, P., Clark, D., Hockenberry, K., Jankura, D., & Knott, J. (2019). Creating a Generation of Sustainable Nurses: Sustainability Efforts in Nursing Education. Clinics of North America.
[Under Review] Buckland, P., Serber, B., & Eberly, R. (2019). TTAG: Talking Together About Guns.
da Silveira, C., Carlo, J., Iulo, L., & Buckland, P. (Accepted for presentation on August 1, 2019). International transdisciplinary approach to sustainability research related to place: sustainable, affordable homes and ecosystem services in the U.S. and Brazil. 2nd World Symposium on Sustainability Science and Research: Implementing the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. Curitiba, Brazil.
Buckland, P., Goodstein, E., Alexander, R., Muchnick, B., Mallia, M.E., Leary, N., Andrejewski, R., & Barsom, S. (2018). The Challenge of Coordinated Civic Climate Change Education. Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences, 8 (2) pp. 169-178.
Buckland, P. (2016). The Educational Leader as Keystone Species for Ecological Literacy & Sustainability Education. Journal of Educational Leadership, Policy, and Practice 30(2) pp. 3-13.
Buckland, P. (March 2, 2016). When All Is Lost: Thrash Metal, Dystopia, and Ecopedagogy. International Journal of Ethics Education. Doi: 10.1007/s40889-016-0013-z
Buckland, P. (2013). Education and the Problem of the Future. International Journal of Illich Studies (3) pp. 96-117.
Buckland, P. (2012). My Bicycle Speaks: No Fracking. International Handbook of Ecopedagogy for Students, Educators, and Parents. Stefan Grigorov (ed.). Bulgarian Centre for Sustainable Local Development and Ecopedagogy with the cooperation of Ecoinstitute of the Dolomites. Pp. 113-114.
Buckland, P. (2012). What’s an Education For? International Handbook of Ecopedagogy for Students, Educators, and Parents. Stefan Grigorov (ed.). Bulgarian Centre for Sustainable Local Development and Ecopedagogy with the cooperation of Ecoinstitute of the Dolomites Pp. 115-117.
Buckland, P. (2009). Metallica’s “Blackened” as the Sound of Late-Cold War Paranoia. Martin Butler, Arvi Sepp, & Patrick Berger (eds.) Sound Fabrics: Studies in the Intermedial and Institutional Dimensions of Popular Culture. Trier: Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier. pp. 103-118.