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by Bristol University Press and Policy Press  |  29th December 2021

Listen to authors and editors talking about the key social challenges of the moment in the top ten Transforming Society podcast episodes from 2021.…Read more

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by Bristol University Press and Policy Press  |  22nd December 2021

Transforming Society's most read articles from 2021, brought to you by Bristol University Press and Policy Press.…Read more

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A profile of Project MAMA, the Bristol-based charity for migrant parents-to-be that Bristol University Press has been supporting throughout 2021. …Read more

by Bristol University Press and Policy Press  |  16th December 2021

The team at Bristol University Press and Policy Press share their favourite recent reads.…Read more

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In this episode, Alison Shaw, Chief Executive of Bristol University Press, talks about 25 years of publishing with a purpose to mark the end of the Press' anniversary celebration year.…Read more

by Stephen Wenham  |  6th December 2021

Stephen Wenham, Publisher for Politics and International Relations, brings you his highlights in this area from the list.…Read more

Extinction rebellion protest 'All I want for XMAS is clean air'
by Bristol University Press and Policy Press  |  3rd December 2021

This alternative Christmas list features books that address prominent social issues from 2021.…Read more

by Kathryn King  |  1st December 2021

Bristol University Press present AskUP, an online resource for academics and the wider public to get answers to questions about academic publishing that might be puzzling them. …Read more

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by Hartley Dean  |  24th November 2021

In this article from the LSE Review of Books, Hartley Dean discusses the intellectual journey that influenced the writing of his revised edition of Understanding Human Need.…Read more

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by Palash Kamruzzaman  |  29th October 2021

Palash Kamruzzaman looks at why equity in knowledge production across the Global North and Global South is so important, and what specific challenges Global South scholars face.…Read more