We have extended the deadline to receive abstracts for our ‘Postcolonial Bauman’ Conference. The new deadline is 12 noon (BST) on Monday 11 May 2020.
We are sharing some of the highlights from our Audio-Visual archive in order to keep the conversation going during this latest chronicle of crisis for the world.
A recent article by Abundance Investment describes the Community Municipal Bond developed through research by Dr Mark Davis as “ground-breaking”.
Games as Pedagogy in Social Science Education is an interdisciplinary project led by Asa Roast (Geography) and Ben Hirst (Sociology & Social Policy).
A new chapter by Dr Maria Rovisco entitled ‘Artisitc Conviviality’ will be published in Communicating for Change: Concepts to Think With, a new volume published by Palgrave in June 2020.
On Tuesday 18th February, Bauman Institute Director Dr Mark Davis will be speaking at the Max Planck Cambridge Centre for Ethics, Economy and Social Change at an event entitled “Investing in Values”.
Dr Jonathan Beacham kicks off our workshop series for the semester with a paper entitled “Alternative economies for other worlds: crisis and transformation in the ‘age of austerity’”.
Call for Papers OUT NOW! Join us for our 10th Anniversary Celebration in Leeds at the “Postcolonial Bauman” conference, 3-4 September 2020.
We have been awarded an ESRC-WRDTP Collaborative Award for our research project entitled: “Evaluating the Social Value of Innovative Finance – A Case Study of Community Municipal Bonds”
Our dear friend and Affiliated Member of the Bauman Institute, Dr Albena Azmanova, launches her new book in Brussels next month.