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by Michael Lavalette and Iain Ferguson  |  31st August 2018

Iain Ferguson and Michael Lavalette introduce the new special issue of Critical and Radical Social Work, 'Marx at 200',…Read more

by Kayleigh Garthwaite  |  14th July 2018

Kayleigh Garthwaite's Hunger Pains was published in 2016 by Policy Press, and won the British Academy Peter Townsend Prize 2017. Kayleigh has presented the work to cross-party MPs in a launch event in Parliament, given talks to sixth form students, spoken at the House of Lords, and to trade union groups.…Read more

by Amitai Etzioni  |  11th July 2018

Amitai Etzioni examines the emergence of populism and suggests ways in which law-based approaches and political institutions can both understand and manage the challenges these movements present.…Read more

Fiona Vera-Gray, author of The Right Amount of Panic, looks at how safety and freedom work together in women's lives.…Read more

In the foreword to 'Dead-End Lives', Professor Dick Hobbs introduces Daniel Briggs and Rubén Monge Gamero's research into Valdemingómez, Madrid, and what it reveals about the post-industrial city.…Read more

by Jessie Daniels  |  9th September 2016

Jessie Daniels explains why she is so passionate about open access to information - with links to download chapter 1 of her new book, 'Being a Scholar in the Digital Era', for free.…Read more

Brenda Fitzpatrick writes a personal and powerful post about her experiences in Rwanda, what she saw and the stories she was told by survivors of ‘tactical rape’ in the immediate aftermath of the conflict in 1994.…Read more