The Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences has just launched the second issue of its annual SSGS Magazine, offering staff, academics and students an insight into some of the cutting-edge work taking place across the eight disciplines in the School of Social Sciences and Global Studies.
The digital publication, which first launched in October last year, addresses some of the major national and global challenges facing the world today through promoting remarkable research from across the School’s diverse areas, throwing a spotlight on subjects such as climate change, sustainability and economics.
The latest edition of the annual magazine features a range of topical articles from SSGS academics, as well as Q&As, research highlights, and new staff who have joined the School. Some insightful pieces to look out for include Is climate change a global challenge? by Professor David Humphreys (p.10), What is Economic Pluralism and why is it important? by Professor Susan Newman, Dr Kevin Deane and Professor Andrew Trigg (p.12), and Teaching through Covid-19 by Matt Staples and Dr Joanna Robson (p.15), as well as information on the School’s SSGS Doctoral Training Partnerships, a useful read for anyone interested in pursuing PhD study.