Mr Gareth Thomas
Thomas, G.M.  Beyond tagging, poking, and throwing sheep: Using Facebook in social research. Qualitative Researcher 14(March), pp. 8-10. Available here. (ISSN 1748-7315).
Davies, S., Rucinska, K. and Thomas, G.M.  The House of Beasts’ Symposium: Enquiries into the human and the animal. Humanimalia: A Journal of Human/Animal Interface Studies 4(1). Available here. (ISSN 2151-8645).
Thomas, G.M. (2012) Rethinking Disability: Bodies, Senses, and Things, by Michael Schillmeier. Reviewed in: The Sociological Review 60(3), pp. 575-577. Available here. (DOI: 10.1111/j.1467-954X.2012.02108.x).
Durand, M., Thomas, G.M., Beattie, B., Delbarre, A., Fisher, J. and Elwyn, G.  Option Grid: Down’s Syndrome Screening [Online]. Available here (ISBN 978-0-9571887-7-8)
Conference Presentations and Contributions
A risky business: Screening for Down’s syndrome in antenatal care. Doctoral Student Conference. Cardiff, UK, 10 October 2012.
Heritage on display: Soviet nostalgia (with Esther Muddiman and Borbála Koniorczyk). Heritage as Imagination, as Resource, as Conflict: International Summer School in Urban Anthropology. Sozopol, Bulgaria, 29 June 2012. Available here.
Among threats and thrills: ‘NTs’ and ‘4Ds’ in a private antenatal clinic. Human Reproduction Study Group Conference. Lancaster, UK, 21 June 2012.
Among threats and thrills: ‘NTs’ and ‘4Ds’ in a private antenatal clinic. Ethnography, Culture and Interpretive Analysis Research Group. Cardiff, UK, 11 June 2012.
Problematising Informed Consent (with Tim Banks). Postgraduate Café. Cardiff, UK, 25 April 2012.
Low doesn’t mean no: Prenatal screening for Down’s syndrome. Spotlight on Social Science Conference. Cardiff, UK, 30 March 2012.
A review of the House of Beasts’ Symposium: Enquiries into the human and the animal (with Sophie Davies and Karolina Rucinska). House of Beasts Symposium: Darwin Festival. Shrewsbury, UK, 18 February 2012.
Epistemology/ontology: Why does it matter and how would you know? Summing-up and debate (with Sophie Davies and Mengle Zhang). SOCSI Social Theory Forum. Cardiff, UK, 26 September 2011.