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Meet our Sociology Editors: Shannon Kneis and Victoria Pittman

Our growing Sociology list has a global outlook featuring high-quality research across emerging and established areas in the field, such as digital sociology, migration, gender, race and ethnicity, public sociology and children and families.

As we explore the impact of the pandemic on individuals and societies - particularly on the global challenges of democracy, the environment, inequalities and intersectionality - we'd be very interested to talk to you about your work and ideas. 

Book an appointment with our Sociology commissioning editors Shannon Kneis and Victoria Pittman by getting in touch at shannon.kneis@bristol.ac.uk and victoria.pittman@bristol.ac.uk. You can also visit our Author Hub for more information on publishing with us. 

All of our Sociology books are available with 50% discount for the duration of the event. Use code ASA21 at the check out. 

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Shannon Kneis

Shannon Kneis, Associate Commissioning Editor

Shannon commissions Sociology and Gender monographs here at the Press and is looking to publish interesting and innovative work which pushes the boundaries of sociological knowledge and methods. She enjoys working collaboratively with authors, growing ideas into books we are proud to publish. Having studied Sociology at the University of Bristol, she is pleased to return to the community at Bristol and work with authors who aim to make positive impact on our society and environment.

Victoria Pittman

Victoria Pittman, Head of Commissioning

Victoria is the Head of the Commissioning Team at BUP and also commissions books which aim to reach a wide audience, from academics across Sociology to students or general readers. She is interested in hearing from you about any scholarly trade books or accessible monographs you might be considering, including for our 21st Century Standpoints series as well as textbook proposals.