Outputs: Productive Margins


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Academic publications

  • Cohen, S., McDermont, M. Things fall apart; the centre cannot hold – new theorisations on regulating for engagement, Paper for the Connected Communities Symposium on Social Justice and Co-produced Research.
  • Ersoy, A. Coregulation as a form of new planning policy, Paper for the UK-Ireland Planning Research Conference.
  • Ersoy, A. Co-producing Resilience: Beneath the City, Co-exist? Paper for the Policy and Politics Conference.
  • Ersoy, A. (2014) What does regulation mean for Cohesion Policy Paper for the European Union Committee of Regions Conference.
  • Facer, K., Larner, W., Leggett, M. (2014) What counts? Valuing co-designed research across different disciplines, Paper for the 6th Living Knowledge Conference, Copenhagen, 9-11 April, 2014.
  • Larner, W. Gendering Co-Production Paper for the Social Politics 20th Anniversary Conference: Crossing Borders 2: Revisioning Gender: Complex Inequalities and Global Dimensions.
  • McDermont, M. From the edge to centre stage: the role of intermediary community organisations in regulating for engagement, Paper for the Annual meeting of the Canadian and Australia and New Zealand Law and Society Associations.
  • Thomas G ‘It’s just a normal place’: how young people imagine, negotiate and resist the stigmatisation of a post-industrial community, Paper for the ESHMS 3rd Special Interest Meeting: Europe in a Global Perspective. Norwegian University of Science and Technology, 3 September.
  • Thomas G (2015) Sticky reputations: young peoples’ negotiation of stigma and place in a post-industrial community, Paper for American Sociological Association Annual Meeting. Chicago Hilton, Illinois, 24 August 2015.
  • Thomas G (2015) Having a hard(d) time? Young peoples’ experiences of safety, regulation, and place in a marginalised South Wales community, Paper for Pacific Sociology Association Annual Conference. Hyatt Regency Long Beach, California, 4 April 2015.
  • Conference presentation: Researching Co-production, 2014.
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  • Sales, A. Productive Margins Forum 1, Working Paper.
  • Byrne, E. Productive Margins Forum 2, Working Paper.
  • Various authors Productive Margins Forum 3, Working Paper.
  • Various authors Productive Margins Forum 4, Working Paper.
  • Noorani, T. Productive Margins: Regulating for Engagement Scoping Study: Phase 2, Working Paper.
  • Noorani, T. Productive Margins: Regulating for Engagement Scoping Study: Phase 1, Working Paper.
  • Noorani, T. (2014) The 7 Non-Senses of Co-Production, Working Paper. See notes »
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  • Presentation: What does regulation mean for cohesion policy 2014-20? Building partnerships under the new arrangements, European Union Committee of Regions conference, 2014.
  • Including and strengthening the education amendments in the ‘Violence Against Women, Domestic Abuse and Sexual Violence’ bill response to National Consultation 2015.
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  • Matthew Olden (2013) Where the ocean meets the shore along the marginal way .., 2013. Productive Marginals is a series of real and meta computer characters who respond to the Productive Margins archive. Read blog post
  • Joff Winterhart’s Artistic jotting for third Productive Margins Forum, October 2013, Knowle West Media Centre . View full report with jottings.
  • Joff Winterhart’s Artistic jotting for Praxis Cafe‘ –Fixing it yourselves, women activists in Knowle West, KWMC, Bristol, 2014.
  • Sticker Installation, 2014
  • PostcardsProductive Margins research strands, Connected Communities showcase, 2014.
  • Dance walking performance Bodies in Flight, Connected Communities showcase, 2014.
  • GIS wayfinding exercise2014.
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  • Spaces of dissent, Faculty of Social Sciences and Law, Thinking Futures Programme 2013, UOB, Mshed. See program.
  • PRAXIS CAFÉ- Junction 3 Market,Bristol Food Connections Festival, Easton, Bristol, 2014.
  • Praxis Café at SPAN A Change is Going to Come? – Film, Food and Reflection, Easton, Bristol, 2014.
  • Praxis Café – Connecting Histories of Dissent to Present-day Resistance, AHRC Connected Communities Showcase, Bristol, 2014.
  • Praxis Café – Transforming Spaces: Productive Resistance, AHRC Connected Communities Showcase, 2014.
  • The Joined-up University? New Encounters between universities, their partners and publics, IAS seminar series, University of Bristol, 2013.
  • Girls Making History Workshops x 11: – Introduction-Skills Audit, Blogging and Social Media,- Personas, Relationships and Perception- Audience and 3D Printing-Feminism 101 and Confidence-Dissent, Gender and Branding- Desirable Jewellery-DVA and the Law-Design Fiction Challenge-Healthy Relationship Game Design-Game Post-production, Bristol, 2013.
  • Nik Theodore(2015) Subject Spaces: On the Ethics of Coproducing Urban Research IAS Lecture Listen to audio Recording.
    Connected Communities: Cultures of Dissent: A Festival of Productive Margins, 2014. See program.
  • Praxis cafe
  • Lost and Found GIS workshop.
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Productive Margins, University of Bristol
8-10 Berkeley Square, Bristol, BS8 1HH

Tel: +44 (0)117 3940042

Email: productive-margins@bristol.ac.uk