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Lisa McCormick to have chapter published this year

Lisa McCormick’s chapter, “Competitions as Complex Performances”, will be published later this year. [01/01/2020]

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Nathan Coombs has papers pubished

Nathan Coombs recently had two papers published in the British Journal of Sociology and The Routledge International Handbook of Financialization [01/01/2020]

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The Horizon 20.20 Project

The Horizon 20.20 project, that Kate Orton-Johnson is part of is featured in the European Science media hub here: [01/01/2020]

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Jan Webb is a member of the Infrastructure Commission for Scotland (ICS).

Based on her energy, climate change and society research, Jan Webb is a member of the Infrastructure Commission for Scotland (ICS). [01/01/2020]

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Emma Davidson's new publication

Emma Davidson has a new publication drawing on data from her Leverhulme Fellowship [01/12/2019]

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Idil Akinci has papers published

Idil Akinci recently had the following papers published: [01/12/2019]

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Angus Bancroft's new book

'The Darknet and Smarter Crime: Methods for Investigating Criminal Entrepreneurs and the Illicit Drug Economy', has been published. [01/12/2019]

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Teaching how to analyse large volumes of secondary qualitative data

Following from Emma Davidson and Lynn Jamieson’s work with the National Centre for Research methods, a set of resources on teaching how to analyse large volumes of secondary qualitative data is now available [01/12/2019]

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Angus Bancroft speaks at the Beyond Conference

Angus Bancroft recently spoke at the Beyond conference, the annual R&D conference for the creative industries, on Artificial Intelligence and Creativity. [01/12/2019]

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Gil Viry receives funding for the TEAM project

As Co-I, Gil Viry was successful in getting funding for the TEAMS project (Teaching that Matters for Migrant Students: Understanding Levers of Integration in Scotland, Finland and Sweden). [01/12/2019]

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The Sociology Team appoint 4 new lecturers

The Sociology Team are happy too announce the appointment of 4 new Lecturers who will be joining us in the coming months. [01/12/2019]

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Niahm Moore has a new publication

Moore, N. (2018) 'A cat’s cradle of feminist and other critical approaches to participatory research' in Facer, K. and Dunleavy, K. (eds.) Connected Communities Foundation Series. Bristol: University of Bristol/AHRC Connected Communities Programme. Available here [01/11/2019]

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Roger Jeffery and the South Asia Nitrogen Hub

Roger Jeffery has been busy with activities related to his contribution to the South Asia Nitrogen Hub, which aims to help foster policies for sustainable nitrogen management. [01/11/2019]

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Nasar Meers' Keynote Address

Nasar has delivered two Keynotes and also edited a special issue of Identities on Whiteness and Nationalism [01/11/2019]

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The Law Enforcement and HIV Network Conference

Nick Crofts (University of Melbourne), Angus Bancroft and Anna Ross (Sociology PhD Student) organised The Law Enforcement and HIV Network conference, which took place on October 17th/18th with support from Sociology [01/11/2019]

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New President of ASEN

Jonathan Hearn has become President of ASEN [01/11/2019]

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