Archive for the ‘In the media’ Category

Bill Durodie on Manchester: Bloomberg (on 15 min)

Bloomberg Daybreak talks to Prof Bill Durodie about Manchester's suicide bomber attack

Why is childbirth painful? Ed Keogh on BBC World Service

Dr Ed Keogh (Psychology, Centre for Pain Research) talks to BBC World Service’s Crowd Science about ‘Why is childbirth painful?’

Times Red Box podcast featuring Charlie Lees

In search of the Lib Dem fight back

Why Latin America has not yet fallen out with left-wing politics

Juan Pablo Ferrero, Lecturer in Latin American Studies, and Daniela Bressa Florentin (SPS) co-author an article for The Conversation

Why daredevil climbing videos give you sweaty palms

Nathalia Gjersoe, Senior Lecturer in Developmental Psychology, writes for The Conversation.

How children under pressure can lose confidence

Ya-Hsin Lai, PhD Researcher in Education, writes for The Conversation.

French Presidential Election: our PoLIS experts in the media

Over the past few days, Drs Nicholas Startin and Aurélien Mondon (PoLIS) have featured in media coverage worldwide and have a busy week ahead, with engagements on both sides of the English Channel.

Macron may win French election but turbulent waters ahead

Dr Susan Milner, Reader in European Politics (PoLIS), writes for London School of Economics blog

France has not escaped Marine Le Pen just yet: CNN

Aurélien Mondon, senior lecturer in French and comparative politics, writes for CNN about the French elections.

Why Brexit will bring a boom in lobbying

An article co-authored by Tahiru Azaaviele Liedong (School of Management) has been published on The Conversation.

Aurelien Mondon appears on Australian ABC TV

Dr Aurelien Mondon (PoLIS) discusses the French election.

The secrets of writing a political manifesto

Professor Nick Pearce (Director of the Institute for Policy Research) has been interviewed by BBC Radio 4.

Death in the age of Facebook: CNET

Our experts from CDAS comment on new etiquettes for mourning in the landscape of social media

Can Labour party rise to task of challenging Brexit?

Nick Pearce, Director of IPR, writes for New Statesman: Without strong parliamentary leadership and clearer direction from Labour, a broad-based challenge to hard Brexit will be impossible.

The Virgil Building: official opening today

The Bath Chronicle covers our city centre facility ahead of our official opening event this afternoon

Ri Impact Report on Saiful Islam's Christmas Lectures

The Royal Institution analyses the reach of the 2016 Christmas Lecture series

Social workers can heal society's deep divisions

Professor Anna Scheyett, Dean of the University of Georgia School of Social Work, writes for The Guardian after attending our Social Work Conference in London.

Protests won’t topple Putin but Kremlin is right to be worried

J. Paul Goode, Senior Lecturer in Russian Politics, writes for The Conversation.

Accessible, engaging textbooks could improve learning

Lizzi Milligan, Lecturer in International Education, writes for The Conversation.

Europe’s mafia clans: young guns with deadly results

Dr Felia Allum, Senior Lecturer in Italian & Politics, writes for The Conversation.