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Transforming Care conference 2021 series highlights
Below we have highlighted our current Health and Social Care and Ageing and Gerontology series. Find information about two exciting new series below and enjoy browsing the Ageing in a Global Context series which is long established and represents the best in international research in the area.
If you’re interested in writing for one of our series, you can find out more about how to submit a proposal on each individual series page. Click on the ‘find out more’ links below.
Series Editors: Costanzo Ranci, Polytechnic University of Milan, and Tine Rostgaard, Stockholm University and Roskilde University
Addressing social care and care policy and practice at an international level, this timely new series provides a crucial platform for scholars researching early childhood care, care for adults with disabilities and long-term care for frail older people. Find out more about the series here.
Meet the Editors: Transforming Care delegates can join us on Friday 25 June at 12.45pm CET/ 11.45am GMT to meet Costanzo Ranci and Tine Rostgaard, the Transforming Care Editors, who will introduce you to the series and answer your questions.
Series Editors: Sue Yeandle, CIRCLE, University of Sheffield, Jon Glasby, University of Birmingham, Jill Manthorpe, King’s College London and Kate Hamblin, CIRCLE, University of Sheffield
Arising from research in the ESRC Sustainable Care: connecting people and systems programme, this new book series will provide novel, interdisciplinary and internationally informed contributions to understanding care systems, care work and care relationships. Contributions are based on studies conducted in the UK and with international partners studying linked topics in their own countries. Find out more about the series here.
Series Editors: Chris Phillipson, University of Manchester, Toni Calasanti, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University and Thomas Scharf, Newcastle University
Published in association with the British Society of Gerontology, this major new series addresses broad cross-cutting issues around ageing in a global society. The books present innovative perspectives, reflecting a balance of topics across the global south and north, that will transform debate in this fast-moving field. Find out more about the series here.