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Alison Coleman-Smith wrote: Are we heading for another economic crash?
Dr Susan Newman, Senior Lecturer in Economics, is interviewed by State of Nature State of Nature, the blog dedicated to interviews with leading thinkers in social and political theory, interviewed Dr Newman in January. Here she responds to the quest (More)
In November, Professor Emily Reid from Southampton Law School gave a guest talk entitled "Securing the Future of the World Trade Organisation". Read the recap of the talk below: For more than the last decade the WTO and ‘globalisation’ has bee (More)
Faculty of Business and Law wrote: Wandering about Bristol
Throughout 2015 – 2017, Senior Lecturer Pam Seanor has been working on the Wandering about Bristol project. Wandering about Bristol is a Small Research Grant for the project ‘Thinking urban spaces differently: Articulating and contesting “gr (More)
Tomato and rocket plants grown at the University of the West of England (UWE Bristol) from seeds that were taken into space in a rocket and orbited the earth, are to feature as part of a research event in London in January 2018 that will bring toge (More)
Faculty of Business and Law wrote: Bristol Law School 2017 Round Up
As 2017 comes to a close we want to share with you some of our highlights from the past year: Back in January we launched our new Research Centres and groups. In February, we helped alumnus Jeremiah Daliel’s launch his first book, inspired by his (More)
By Dr Pam Seanor.   " ... what does it mean to reflect upon a position, a relation, a place related to other places but with no place of its own – a position in-between?" Elizabeth Grosz 2001. I write as I am coming to an end of the Wa (More)
In the last few decades the concept of ‘hybrid warfare’ has gained prominence in international security studies. Although there is no agreed upon definition of hybrid warfare it can nonetheless be described as the simultaneous and synchronised us (More)
This post (edited for publication) is contributed to our blog as part of a series of work produced by students for assessment within the module ‘Public International Law’. We offer this module in the second year of Bristol Law School’s LLB pro (More)
Author: Tim Hughes, Professor of Applied Marketing  In recent years, digital marketing has fundamentally changed the nature of communication with customers. This is true of both Business-to-Consumer and Business-to-Business markets. Digital marketin (More)
As part of a research project lead by Dr Hugo Gaggiotti (UWE FBL BLCC) titled “Organising in the borderlands: applying research to support families, children and youngsters in Mexican-USA borderlands (Ciudad Juarez, Mexico)”, UWE Bristol and the (More)