Philosopher Queens: New course is diversifying the philosophy canon 25 January 2023 A university course is diversifying the male-heavy, western-centric philosophy curriculum.
- Philosopher Queens: New course is diversifying the philosophy canon 25 January 2023 A university course is diversifying the male-heavy, western-centric philosophy curriculum.
- Hilary Hartley Prize for 2021-22 awarded to Dr George Boss 23 January 2023 The School of Sociology, Politics and International Studies is pleased to announce that the Hilary Hartley Prize for 2021-22 has been awarded to Dr George Boss. The Hilary Hartley Prize commemorates the life of Hilary Hartley, who died in 2008 while she was a PhD student in Politics. It is awarded each academic year for the best PhD thesis submitted by a SPAIS student.
- New Report published 'How can Big Issue sellers with, or vulnerable to, NRPF build a good life in Bristol?' 5 December 2022 Project Coordinator Paula Gombos and Project Assistant Susan Lomax from the Big Issue Group publish a report in conjunction with MMB (Bridget Anderson) and ESRC's Everday Integration Project
- Dr Alix Dietzel attends COP27 2 December 2022
- Saffron Karlsen and Rosa Targett's report provides evidence for BCC policy groups 16 November 2022 Bristol City Council have recently published Rosa Targett and Saffron Karlsen's evaluation report of their Race Equality Covid-19 Steering Group
- Tariq Modood comments on ‘the historic moment’ of a British Asian, Rishi Sunak, becoming Prime Minister of the United Kingdom 1 November 2022 Professor Tariq Modood has recently been quoted in the media on Rishi Sunak becoming Prime Minister.
- Recording available of SPAIS Annual Lecture: The Corporeal Life of Commerce at Sea 25 October 2022 A recording of our Annual Lecture held on 19 October 2022 by Professor Laleh Khalili, Queen Mary University of London is now available.
- European Music Festivals, Public Spaces and Cultural Diversity – HERA Project of the Month 24 October 2022 Jo Haynes and the FestiVersities research team are pleased to be HERA’s (Humanities in the European Research Area) Project of the Month
- Samir Sweida-Metwally interviewed on Islam Channel about his latest research on the Muslim penalty. 4 October 2022 Samir Sweida-Metwally, doctoral researcher at University of Bristol and the Centre of Ethnicity and Citizenship, was invited to give an in-depth interview on Islam Channel about his latest research on the Muslim penalty in the British labour market.
- Centre for Ethnicity and Citizenship 2022-2023 Autumn term programme 27 September 2022