Bristol University Press is proud to present the following webinars, where our authors talk about their work in relation to current issues and events.
We will continue to add the recordings of the webinars as they happen. If you are interested in attending the next one, make sure you follow our Twitter accounts.
Disabled people’s innovation for inclusive and participatory social policy
Books by the panellists: Peter Beresford and Sonali Shah.
Reimagining the prison system
Books by the panellists: Reimagining Black Art and Criminology, Philosophy Behind Bars, Policing the Pandemic and Prisons of the World.
Why participatory social policy now?
Books by the panellists: Peter Beresford, Josephine Ocloo and Danny Dorling.
It's time to stop business as usual
Books by the panellists: Urgent Business, Post-Corona Capitalism, The Economics of Arrival and Woke Capitalism.
Support for students taking on research projects
Books by the panellists: Doing Your Research Project with Documents, Doing Qualitative Desk-Based Research, Making the Most of Your Research Journal, Creative Writing for Social Research, Creative Research Methods in Education and Researching in the Age of COVID-19.
The future of universities
Find out more about Who are Universities For?, Creative Universities and Generational Encounters with Higher Education.
COP26 and new strategies for climate action
Find out more about Too Hot to Handle?, Unsustainable, Land Renewed and Responsibility Beyond Growth.
Digital media, technology and the future of politics post-COVID-19
Find out more about Media Technologies for Work and Play in East Asia, Algorithms and the End of Politics, Guerrilla Democracy, Anarchist Cybernetics and Life After COVID-19.
Who lives and who dies? What the pandemic has taught us about health inequality
Find out more about The Unequal Pandemic, Local Authorities and the Social Determinants of Health, Social Determinants of Health, Radical Empathy and COVID-19 and Co-production in Health and Social Care Research, Policy and Practice.
The future of cities after COVID-19
Find out more about The Forgotten City, Why Face-to-Face Still Matters, The Impact of COVID-19 on Devolution, Outsourcing in the UK, Beyond Brexit?, Cities and Communities Beyond COVID-19 and Leading the Inclusive City.
Addressing inequality in education post-COVID-19
Find out more about School Scandals and The Education Debate.
Rethinking welfare in the context of COVID-19
Find out more about Broken Benefits, It's Basic Income, A Sharing Economy, The Richer, The Poorer and The Next Welfare State?.
Creativity in research
Find out more about Helen Kara's books.
Power, policing and public order
Find out more about Good Policing, Regulating Police Detention and Emergency Powers in a Time of Pandemic.
Stuart Rees on humanitarian alternatives to destructive, cruel policies
Find out more about Stuart's book, Cruelty or Humanity.
Gemma Carney and Paul Nash on old age in the age of Coronavirus
Find out more about their book, Critical Questions for Ageing Societies.
Rob Kitchin and Alistair Fraser on why we need digital balanced lives
Find out more about their book, Slow Computing.
Keith Dowding on how governments blame citizens for their own policies
Find out more about Keith's book, It's the Government, Stupid.
Pat Thomson on school scandals
Find out more about Pat's book, School Scandals.
Martin Parker on life after COVID-19
Find out more about Martin's book, Life After COVID-19.
Jeremy Williams on arrival in a post-COVID world
Find out more about Jeremy's book, The Economics of Arrival.
Sam Wren-Lewis on the impacts of the pandemic on mental health
Find out more about Sam's book, The Happiness Problem.
Rebecca Willis on Climate Change
Find out more about Rebecca's book, Too Hot to Handle?.
Benita Matofska and Sophie Sheinwald on the Sharing Economy
Find out more about Benita and Sophie's book, Generation Share.