New Book from Connected Communities: Re-Imagining Contested Communities


We are very pleased to announce the release of a new volume in the Connected Communities book series from Policy Press.

The volume, edited by Elizabeth Campbell, Kate Pahl, Elizabeth Pente, and Zanib Rasool, challenges contemporary ideas about ‘place’. Focusing on the town of Rotherham, the book explores how history, artistic practice, writing, poetry, and collaborative ethnography can re-imagine a place. It presents a ‘how-to’ for researchers interested in community collaborative research, and is an excellent addition to this series.


Find out more about the book, and where to purchase it, here