Publications


Why Do We Hurt Ourselves?: Understanding Self-harm in Social Life and Self-injury, Medicine and Society

  • Author: Veronica Heney
  • Published: September 2019

Words in Pain

  • Author: Kelechi Anucha
  • Published: 13th June 2019

Anti-biosis – social and cultural inquiries into human-microbe relations

  • Editors: Steve Hinchliffe, Clare Chandler, Komatra Chuengsatiansup and Helen Lambert
  • Published: 5th February 2019

A Very Public Cull: The Anatomy of an Online Issue Public

  • Authors: Rebecca Sandover, Samuel Kinsley and Steve Hinchliffe
    Published: December 2018

The AMR problem: demanding economies, biological margins, and co-producing alternative strategies

  • Authors: Steve Hinchliffe, Andrea Butcher and Muhammad Meezanur Rahman
  • Published: 27th November 2018

The Interpretive Difficulties of Self-Harm in Sharp Objects

  • Author: Veronica Heney
  • Published: October 2018

Healthy publics: enabling cultures and environments for health”

  • Authors: Stephen Hinchliffe, Mark A. Jackson, Katrina Wyatt, Anne E. Barlow, Manuela Barreto, Linda Clare, Michael H. Depledge, Robin Durie, Lora E. Fleming, Nick Groom, Karyn Morrissey, Laura Salisbury & Felicity Thomas
  • Published: 15th May 2018

Moral narratives and mental health: rethinking understandings of distress and healthcare support in contexts of austerity and welfare reform”

  • Authors: Thomas F, Hansford L, Ford J, Wyatt K, McCabe R, Byng R
  • Published: 10th April 2018

Using complexity principles to understand the nature of relations for creating a culture of publicly engaged research within Higher Education Institutes”

  • Authors: Durie RH, Wyatt K, Lundy C
  • Published: E. Mitleton-Kelly, A. Paraskevas, and C. Day (eds.) Handbook of Research Methods in Complexity Science: Theory & Application. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.

The Shackleton Relationships Project – Report and Key Findings

  • Authors: Barlow A, Ewing J, Janssens A, Blake S
  • Published: 20th July 2018

Diagnostic technologies and antimicrobial use in livestock systems

  • Authors: Doherty S, Reyher K, Barrett D, Bard A, Buller H, Hinchliffe S, Chan R, Tait J, Bruce A, Adam K
  • Published: 24th November 2018

Biosecurity’

  • Author: Hinchliffe S
  • Published: 24th April 2018
  • Chapter from: Companion to Environmental Studies by Castree N, Hulme, M, Proctor JD (eds) (Routledge: 2018)

Antimicrobial use in food-producing animals: A rapid evidence assessment of stakeholder practices and beliefs”

  • Authors: Hockenhull J, Turner AE, Reyher KK, Barrett DC, Jones L, Hinchliffe S, Buller HJ
  • Published: 1st January 2017

SSEG: Communicating Risk

  • Authors: Hinchliffe S
  • Published: 2018

Who Are You Writing for? Differences in Response to Blog Design Between Scientists and Nonscientists”

  • Authors: Anna Gardiner, Miriam Sullivan, Ann Grand
  • Published: 12th January 2018

The PEACE report: Public Engagement: Attitudes, Culture and Ethos

  • Authors: Duncan, Sophie; Grand, Ann; Hope-Stone, Hugh; Holliman, Richard; Hollingworth, Neville; Chambers, Jennie; Norton, Andrew; McDonald, Averil; Kukula, Marek and Gillespie, Derek
  • Published: 2016

Health education and migration

  • Authors: Thomas F, Chase E, Aggleton P
  • Published: 1st January 2018

Supporting mental health in low–income communities: implications for justice and equity

  • Author: Thomas, F and Hansford L
  • Published: 2018
  • Chapter from: Practical Justice: Principles, Practice and Social Change by Aggleton, P., Broom, A. and Moss, J. (eds) (Routledge: 2018)

The Vampire: A New History

  • Author: Groom, N
  • Published: New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 2018

Frankenstein, or The Modern Prometheus (1818 Text)

  • Author: Mary Shelley, edition edited by Nick Groom
  • Published: Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2018




Terms, Privacy & Cookies Copyright © 2019