Further information about my academic research and outputs, teaching, and communications are available on the following sites:

Academia.edu is a social networking website for academics. The platform can be used to share papers, monitor their impact, and follow the research in a particular field. My curriculum vitae or resumé can be viewed and downloaded. The site also provides a comprehensive list of my academic activities.

British Music Collection includes a database of British musicians and sound artists.

Facebook: John Harvey is my personal online social networking service.

Facebook: John Harvey: Sound, Image, Text is dedicated to news postings about my own work.

Instagram is dedicated to my visual observations of moments and phenomena encountered in the course of living and working.

LinkedIn is a business-oriented social and mainly professional networking service. The site provides a summary curriculum vitae or resumé of my career.

Sound consists of releases related to The Aural Bible series and other sound art projects.

Spoken Word is an aural depository of conference presentations and module lectures related to interdisciplinary research on sound art, visual art, biblical studies, religion, and theology.

Studium is an aural depository comprising samples, exercises, illustrations, drafts of, studies for, residues from, and isolated components related to, past and current sound art projects.

Twitter includes postings on topics related to visual art and sound art practice and their histories, religion, theology, the Bible, Wales, industrial history, and Socialism.

Tŷ Cerdd CoDi Off-Grid includes a database of Wales-based experimental musicians and sound artists.

YouTube is an archive of videos showing my live sound art performances, as well as lectures and promotional material made under the auspices of the School of Art, Aberystwyth University, and other organisations.