Dhivan Thomas Jones (2021). ‘What do we know about the historical Buddha?’, ‘What is non-attachment in Buddhism?’, ‘What kinds of meditation are there in Buddhism?’, and ‘Are Buddhists vegetarian?’, in Buddhism in Five Minutes, ed. Elizabeth Harris, Sheffield: Equinox Publishing.
Dhivan Thomas Jones (2021). ‘Translating paṭicca-samuppāda in Early Buddhism’, in Translating Buddhism: Historical and Contextual Perspectives, ed. Alice Collett. Albany: State University of New York Press, pp.227–58.
Dhivan Thomas Jones (2017), ’Illness, Cure and Care: Selections from the Pāli Canon’, in Buddhism and Medicine: an anthology of premodern sources, C. Pierce Salguero (ed.), New York: Columbia University Press, pp.3–11.
Dhivan Thomas Jones (2021). ‘‘Turning the Wheel of the Dharma’: A translation of Aśvaghoṣa’s Buddhacarita Canto 15 from a recently rediscovered Sanskrit manuscript’, Asian Literature and Translation, 8: 1, pp.47–62 (open access).
Dhivan Thomas Jones (2020), ‘Three Ways of Denying the Self’, Western Buddhist Review, 7, pp.19–43 (open access).
Dhivan Thomas Jones (2019), ‘Going Off the Map: Transcendental Dependent Arising in the Nettippakaraṇa’, Buddhist Studies Review, 36:2, pp.167–90. doi/10.1558/bsrv.38816.
Dhivan Thomas Jones (2019), ‘A Teleological Mode of Conditionality in Early Buddhism’, International Journal of Buddhist Thought and Culture, 29:2, pp.119–49 (open access).
Dhivan Thomas Jones (2016). ‘‘That bhikkhu lets go both the near and far shores’: meaning and metaphor in the refrain from the uraga verses’. Journal of the Oxford Centre for Buddhist Studies 11, pp.71–107.
Dhivan Thomas Jones (2013). ‘Through a Blue Chasm: Coleridge, Wordsworth and the Buddha on Imagination’. Western Buddhist Review, 6: pp.35–57.
Dhivan Thomas Jones (2009). ‘New Light on the Twelve Nidānas’. Contemporary Buddhism 10:2, pp. 241–59.
Thomas Jones (1999). ‘Useless Passions? Sartre on love’. In French Existentialism: consciousness, ethics and relations with others, ed. James Giles. Rodopi: Amsterdam.
Novels and Poems
Dhivan Thomas Jones (2015), An Amber Lamp: selected poems and stories, Bristol: Apus Press
Dhivan Thomas Jones (2011), Eglantine Dream, Cambridge: Apus Press
Dhivan Thomas Jones (2008), Green Eros, Cambridge: Apus Press