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26 Sep 2019

We have now 700 books on our digital monograph collection, Policy Press Scholarship Online

We are happy to announce that our digital platform in partnership with Oxford University Press now offers access to 700 high-quality monographs. Keep reading
We have now 700 books on our digital monograph collection, Policy Press Scholarship Online

18 Sep 2019

Journal of Poverty and Social Justice article reveals impact of a Special Rapporteur visit

A visit from a UN Special Rapporteur can have an important effect on how seriously poverty and human rights are taken in the country and on policymaking, according to an article published today in the Journal of Poverty and Social Justice. Keep reading
Journal of Poverty and Social Justice article reveals impact of a Special Rapporteur visit

11 Sep 2019

2019 WebAward for Best Publishing Website

We are very happy to announce that Bristol University Press has won the Web Marketing Association 2019 WebAward for Best Publishing Website. Keep reading
2019 WebAward for Best Publishing Website

5 Aug 2019

The Class Ceiling on BBC Two's 'How to Break into the Elite'

In BBC Two's recent 'How to Break into the Elite' documentary, Amol Rajan looked at how much class matters in Britain's elite professions. The answer is, a lot. Keep reading
The Class Ceiling on BBC Two's 'How to Break into the Elite'

18 Jul 2019

'Welfare, Inequality and Social Citizenship' wins the Richard Titmuss Book Award

Congratulations to Daniel Edmiston, whose book 'Welfare, Inequality and Social Citizenship' won the Richard Titmuss Book Award Keep reading
'Welfare, Inequality and Social Citizenship' wins the Richard Titmuss Book Award

17 Jul 2019

Fundraising for The Green House

We're very pleased to announce that so far this year we have raised £3,010 for The Green House, our chosen charity for 2019. Keep reading
Fundraising for The Green House

28 Jun 2019

Bristol University Press announces 2018 Impact Factor gains

Bristol University Press, and its imprint Policy Press, are delighted to announce impressive gains in this year’s Journal Citation Reports. Keep reading
Bristol University Press announces 2018 Impact Factor gains

6 Jun 2019

Launching the new journal Emotions and Society – why now?

This week Bristol University Press proudly launches the first issue of Emotions and Society. Editors in Chief Mary Holmes and Åsa Wettergren, and Co-Editor Nathan Manning introduce the inaugural issue out now. Read more on our blog
Launching the new journal Emotions and Society – why now?

31 May 2019

Policy Press Scholarship Online May 2019 upload is now live

This month we have added eighteen new titles to our ever-expanding digital collection, Policy Press Scholarship Online. Keep reading
Policy Press Scholarship Online May 2019 upload is now live

6 May 2019

2019 Christine M Alder Book Award Nomination

We are pleased proud to announce that Climate Change Criminology has recently been nominated for the 2019 Christine M Alder Book Award of the Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology. Keep reading
2019 Christine M Alder Book Award Nomination

1 May 2019

Running for Charity

Two members of our team are running the Bristol 10k this Sunday to raise money for The Green House. Keep reading
Running for Charity

30 Apr 2019

A publishing masterclass

Last night, Jo Greig, our Sales and Marketing Director, spoke at a publishing masterclass in Bristol. Keep reading
A publishing masterclass

8 Apr 2019

In memory of Ken Young: Founding Editor of Evidence & Policy

By Annette Boaz, co-founding editor of Evidence & Policy Keep reading
In memory of Ken Young: Founding Editor of Evidence & Policy

22 Mar 2019

Chief Executive Alison Shaw speaking at UKSG

We’re pleased to announce that Bristol University Press will be present at the upcoming UKSG 42nd Annual Conference and Exhibition, where, the Alison Shaw, Chief Executive of Bristol University Press, and Megan Taylor, Press Manager at the University of Huddersfield Press, will explore some of the key challenges and opportunities facing university presses in the rapidly changing world of scholarly publishing. Keep reading
Chief Executive Alison Shaw speaking at UKSG

5 Mar 2019

Why we are proud to be part of academic publishing #AcBookWeek

This Academic Book Week, and ten months after the publication of the first Bristol University Press title, Victoria Pittman, our Head of Commissioning, looks back over the year, showcasing our lists so far and explaining why we’re proud and privileged to be part of the academic publishing world. Read more on our blog
Why we are proud to be part of academic publishing #AcBookWeek

8 Feb 2019

Celebrating the 10-year collaboration between Voluntary Sector Review...

By John Mohan, Director of the Third Sector Research Centre, University of Birmingham, celebrates the 10 year collaboration between Voluntary Sector Review, the Third Sector Research Centre, University of Birmingham and the Voluntary Sector Studies Network. Read more on our blog
Celebrating the 10-year collaboration between Voluntary Sector Review...

5 Feb 2019

New Policy Press Scholarship Online Upload

This month we're adding over 25 new titles to our PPSO e-book collection. To celebrate the new upload, the introductory chapters of the new titles will be free to access on the platform until 1st March 2019. Keep reading
New Policy Press Scholarship Online Upload

1 Feb 2019

‘Unaccompanied Young Migrants: Identity, Care and Justice’ Launch

We had the immense pleasure of being hosted by Lord Alf Dubs in a House of Lords committee room at the Palace of Westminster last night for the launch of the Policy Press title Unaccompanied Migrants: Identity, Care and Justice, edited by Sue Clayton, Katie Willis and Anna Gupta. Keep reading
‘Unaccompanied Young Migrants: Identity, Care and Justice’ Launch

7 Jan 2019

The handbook of food crime wins Choice Outstanding Academic Title award

We're excited to announce that A handbook of food crime, by Allison Gray and Ronald Hinch, has been chosen as a Choice Outstanding Academic Title. Keep reading
The handbook of food crime wins Choice Outstanding Academic Title award

18 Dec 2018

Poverty, injustice and hope: new UN report reveals our publishing past, present and future

In our last blog piece of 2018, Chief Executive Alison Shaw looks at the recent UN report on UK poverty and how there is hope for change in publishing research that challenges inequality, prejudice and poor political and economic decisions. Read more on our blog
Poverty, injustice and hope: new UN report reveals our publishing past, present and future