Meet the Publishers
Journal Emotions and Society
Thursday, September 1st 2022: 11.45 – 12.30pm
Meet the Editors Mary Holmes & Åsa Wettergren of our Journal “Emotions and Society“ in seminar room S07 or online. Everyone is welcome to join!
Bristol University Press
Bristol University Press, and its imprint Policy Press, are committed to publishing high-impact empirical and theoretical works across the social sciences. We produce leading works in the field, to include the Emotions and Society journal which is published in association with the ESA’s Sociology of Emotions RN11.
Emotions and Society aims to publish high-quality, original peer-reviewed articles which advance theoretical and empirical understanding of emotions in social life. A key aim of the Journal is to develop both a uniquely sociological perspective on emotions, while also engaging in interdisciplinary exchanges.
To find out more about free articles, article submissions, Editor’s Choice collection and more, visit: Emotions and Society | Bristol University Press (bristoluniversitypressdigital.com)
Publishing books with Bristol University Press
We are currently expanding our books publishing programme in the sociology of emotions, so if you have an idea for a book, please get in touch with me at shannon.kneis [at] bristol.ac.uk. I would love the opportunity to hear about your research and discuss the benefits of publishing with us here at Bristol University Press. We publish across all formats and you can browse our latest Sociology books here.
Victoria Pittman, Editorial Director and Publisher for Sociology, will be available to meet with prospective authors during the conference at the following times (UK BST): Wednesday 31st August, 12.30pm – 2.30pm and Thursday 1st September, 11.30am – 2pm. Please email her to book an appointment in advance.
As a reminder – ESA members get 25% discount on all of Bristol University Press and Policy Press books. To redeem your discount, use the code NBHSF at the check-out at bristoluniversitypress.co.uk. I look forward to hopefully meeting some of you soon!
Shannon Kneis (Bristol University Press)
A note from the editors of Emotions and Society