Bowles, H. C. R. (2018). University Cricket and Emerging Adulthood: "Days in the Dirt." London: Palgrave Macmillan
Bowles, H. C. R (2017). MCCU university cricket helps students find their level on and off the field. The Conversation.
Bowles, H. C. R (2017). Youth, cricket, identity and crisis: a sign of the times. Beyond the Boundaries, Issue 20, 40.
Neil R., Bowles H. C. R., Fleming, S. and Hanton, S. (2016). The experience of competition stress in cricket. The Sport Psychologist, 30(1), 76-88.
Bowles, H. C. R. (2015). Confidence: A Prerequisite for the viva voce experience. The PsyPAG Guide for Psychology Postgraduates: Surviving Postgraduate Study. Leicester: The British Psychological Society.
Bowles, H. C. R. (2014, September). "Days in the Dirt": An Ethnography on Cricket and Self. Presented at 4th International Conference for Qualitative Research in Sport and Exercise, Loughborough University, UK.
Bowles, H. C. R., Bailey, J., Barnett, J., Santos, S. and Castro, J. (2012, April). Becoming Critical: Problems Faced by Qualitative Researchers. Presented at the Spotlight on the Social Sciences Conference, Cardiff University, UK.
Harry is an experienced teaching practitioner and has significant learning and teaching responsibilities as a Module Leader, Year Tutor, Dissertation Co-ordinator and Research Supervisor at undergraduate and post-graduate level. Harry is on the supervisory team of a KESS funded PhD project on the provision of mental health services and the experiences of male users in convergence areas of Wales, and an ESRC funded PhD project on addiction and recovery in sport.