Simon Bennett on James Nesbitt’s History Channel series on 9 April

Simon Bennett, author of How Pilots Live and series editor for Systems Thinking for Safety, will appear on James Nesbitt’s History Channel series, ‘Disasters that Destroyed Britain’. For information, click here. Simon Bennett will appear on the segment on the Munich Air Crash airing on Monday 9 April on The History Channel at 9pm. Advertisements

New book series launched: (Post-) Critical Global Studies

Peter Lang Oxford is pleased to announce the launch of the new book series (Post-) Critical Global Studies Series Editors: Márcia Aparecida Amador Mascia, Silvia Grinberg  and Michalis Kontopodis Editorial Board Antonio Vicente Marafioti Garnica, State University of São Paulo Juliano Camillo, Federal University of Santa Catarina Thiago Manchini de Campos, Federal University of Piauí … Continue reading

New book series launched: Transamerican Studies: Social Justice, Identity and Public Policy

Peter Lang Oxford is pleased to announce the launch of the new series Transamerican Studies: Social Justice, Identity and Public Policy Series editors: Mario Antonio Rivera,  Nancy Lopez and Juan de Dios Pineda Following the groundbreaking interdisciplinary academic initiatives of the Latin American Network (LATNET), founded by series co-editor Juan de Dios Pineda, this series … Continue reading

INCISE: New centre led by Queering Paradigms series editor Professor Bee Scherer

Congratulations to Professor Bee Scherer on the launch of the new centre INCISE: Intersectional Centre for Inclusion and Social Justice at Canterbury Christ Church University! Read about the centre here. The centre is the new home for Peter Lang’s Queering Paradigms book series edited by Professor Scherer. Queering Paradigms is a series of peer-reviewed edited … Continue reading

Sustainability and Transformation in European Social Policy

This book showcases some of the papers presented at the 9th Annual ESPAnet Conference «Sustainability and Transformation in European Social Policy», held in Valencia, Spain from the 8th to 10th of September 2011. The selected papers present a double perspective within social policy: the papers in Part 1 follow a classical approach whilst those in … Continue reading

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