Jan Sellers

Working with the Labyrinth: Paths for Exploration

Packed full of advice and ideas on working with labyrinths in many different contexts. Editors: Ruth Sewell, Jan Sellers and Di Williams. Published by Wild Goose, 2012.

Creativity in the Classroom

Includes my own chapter on teaching and learning with the labyrinth:  ‘The Labyrinth: A journey of discovery.’ Paul McIntosh and Digby Warren (eds.): Creativity in the Classroom: Case Studies in Using the Arts in Teaching and Learning in Higher Education. Now available as an E-book. Published by Intellect, Bristol, 2013.


Creative Campus: Using creativity in educational development

Louise Naylor and Jan Sellers. Article in Educational Developments, pp.1-5, 15.1, March 2014. London: SEDA. The ‘creative campus’ includes the Canterbury Labyrinth. Available online from (approx) July 2014.


Hidden Treasures: Chapters about Labyrinths, in “Non-Labyrinth” Books

My study of chapters concerning labyrinths appearing in recent books that might otherwise be overlooked was published in Caerdroia 46 in July 2017. A PDF and supplement to this paper is available here.

Labyrinths for our Time

Includes ‘Labyrinths in Universities’ [interview]. Introductory DVD: Labyrinths in many different contexts. The Labyrinth Society, 2010.


Exploring the Labyrinth

Article in Educational Developments, pp.15-16, 10.1, February 2009. London: SEDA.


Labyrinths in Universities and Colleges

Web pages, 2008, for The Labyrinth Society.


Click the links below for further pages on related subjects

Labyrinth Papers and Presentations

Research on Women’s Career Development

Student Learning Development and Retention Initiatives


Books, Articles, DVDs & Websites

Stop Press: New Book!

Learning with the Labyrinth: Creating reflective space in higher education

By Jan Sellers and Bernard Moss (eds), published in April 2016 by Palgrave Teaching and Learning Series, Palgrave Macmillan as part of their Teaching and Learning in Higher Education series.

Novelist Sarah Salway, reviewing the book in Writing in Education, describes it as 'a practical and inspiring guidebook for anyone interested in using this concept for contemplative and creative ways of enhancing learning'. Read her full review here (scroll to page 77 of the downloadable PDF for the review), and you can also find out more about the book on the Palgrave Website.