Books

Burn, S. (2011) Editor of English Translations, Christianity and Islam in the Context of Contemporary Culture: New Prospects of Dialogue and Mutual Understanding in the Russian Federation and Eastern Europe in Central Asia and the Caucasus. St. Petersburg: St. Petersburg Branch of the Russian Institute for Cultural Research, published in cooperation with the UNESCO Office in Moscow for Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, the Republic of Moldova, and the Russian Federation and the UNESCO Office in Almaty for Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, and Uzbekistan. Available at http://unesdoc.unesco.org/images/0021/002140/214008e.pdf

Burn, S. (1987) The Crystal Gazer. Seattle: Bellowing Ark Press (collection of autobiographical poems, awarded the 1986 Original Works Project grant from the Seattle Arts Commission, now out of print)

Papers that Became Book Chapters

Burn, S. (2015, co-author with Jean Houston) “Social Artistry: A Whole System Approach to Sustainable Analysis and Leadership Practices” in Leadership 2050: Critical Challenges, Key Contexts, and Emerging Trends, a volume in the International Leadership Association series Building Leadership Bridges, edited by Mathew Sowcik, Anthony Anderno, Mindy McNutt, & Susan Elaine Murphy. England: Emerald Group Publishing Limited https://www.amazon.com/Leadership-2050-Critical-Challenges-Contexts/dp/1785603493

Burn, S. (2013) “Seeking Alignment in the World Body: The Art of Embodiment” in The Embodiment of Leadership, a volume in the International Leadership Association series Building Leadership Bridges, Lois Melina, Gloria Burgess, Antonio Marturano & Lena Falkman, eds. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass https://www.amazon.com/Embodiment-Leadership-International-Building-Bridges/dp/1118551613

Burn, S. (2011) “What Art Offers Leadership: Looking beneath the Surface” in Leadership for Transformation, a volume in the International Leadership Association series Building Leadership Bridges, JoAnn Barbour & Gill Hickman, eds. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, pp. 106-123. https://www.amazon.com/Leadership-Transformation-JOANN-DANELO-BARBOUR/dp/0470946687

Burn, S. & D. Mihaloew (2008) “A Framework for Resolving Cultural and Religious Conflict” in Intercultural and Interreligious Dialogue for Sustainable Development: Proceedings of the International Conference, V. K. Egorov, ed. Moscow: Publishing House of the Russian Academy for Public Administration under the President of the Russian Federation, pp. 165-171. http://unesdoc.unesco.org/images/0016/001609/160919m.pdf

Burn, S. (2006) Co-editor and preface author, International Readings on Theory, History and Philosophy of Culture, volume 22, Unity and Diversity in Religion and Culture: Exploring the Psychological and Philosophical Issues underlying Global Conflict. St. Petersburg, Russia: Philosophical and Cultural Research Centre “Eidos,” under UNESCO auspices.

Burn, S. (2005) “The Readiness Factor: Optimal Conditions for a Change of Heart and Mind” in International Readings on Theory, History and Philosophy of Culture, volume 21, pp. 279-292. St. Petersburg, Russia: Philosophical and Cultural Research Centre “Eidos,” under UNESCO auspices.

Burn, S. (2004) “Identity, Why It Matters” in International Readings on Theory, History and Philosophy of Culture, volume 20, pp. 162-175. St. Petersburg, Russia: Philosophical and Cultural Research Centre “Eidos,” under UNESCO auspices.

Burn, S. (2003) “A Work in Progress: Reviewing Human Efforts to Master the Art of Being and Perfect the Form of Consciousness” in International Readings on Theory, History and Philosophy of Culture, volume 15, pp. 400-414. St. Petersburg, Russia: Philosophical and Cultural Research Centre “Eidos,” under UNESCO auspices.

Burn, S. (2002) “Advancing Faith and Finding Common Ground: Psychological and Ethical Challenges to Interreligious Dialogue” in International Readings on Theory, History and Philosophy of Culture, volume 12, pp. 89-102. St. Petersburg, Russia: Philosophical and Cultural Research Centre “Eidos,” under UNESCO auspices.

Burn, S. (2001) “How Human Beings Gain Insight: Examining the Role of Intellect, Imagination, and Intuition in the Evolution of Consciousness” in International Readings on Theory, History and Philosophy of Culture, volume 10, pp. 177-194. St. Petersburg, Russia: Philosophical and Cultural Research Centre “Eidos,” under UNESCO auspices.

Burn, S. (2000) “The Goal of History” in Approaching a New Millennium: Lessons from the Past, Prospects for the Future. University of Bergen, Norway, proceedings of International Society for the Study of European Ideas conference, CD-ROM.