Labour Conflicts in the Digital Age: A Comparative Perspective. Donatella della Porta, Riccardo Emilio Chesta and Lorenzo Cini. Bristol University Press (2022).

The Referential Mechanism of Proper Names: Cross-cultural Investigations into Referential Intuitions. Jincai Li. Routledge (2022).

Inside Retirement Housing: Designing, Developing and Sustaining Later Lifestyles. Sam Clark. Policy Press (2022).

Politics of the Gift: Towards a Convivial Society. Frank Adloff. Bristol University Press (2022).

Older Workers in Transition: European Experiences in a Neoliberal Era. Edited by David Lain, Sarah Vickerstaff and Mariska van der Horst. Bristol University Press (2022).

Migration, Health, and Inequalities: Critical Activist Research across Ecuadorean Borders. Roberta Villalón. Bristol University Press (2022).

Navigating the European Migration Regime: Male Migrants, Interrupted Journeys and Precarious Lives. Anna Wyss. Bristol University Press (2022).

Muslims and Humour. Essays on Comedy, Joking, and Mirth in Contemporary Islamic Contexts. Edited by Bernard Schweizer and Lina Molokotos-Liederman, with Yasmin Amin. Bristol University Press (2022).

Inside High-Rise Housing: Securing Home in Vertical Cities. Megan Nethercote. Bristol University Press (2022).

Gender Inequalities in Tech-driven Research and Innovation: Living the Contradiction. Gabriele Griffin. Bristol University Press (2022).

Public Service Motivation? Rethinking What Motivates Public Actors. Chris O’Leary. Policy Press (2022).

Robbery in the Illegal Drugs Trade: Violence and Vengeance. Robert McLean and James Densley. Bristol University Press (2022).

Reparations and Anti-Black Racism: A Criminological Exploration of the Harms of Slavery and Racialised Injustice. Angus Nurse. Bristol University Press (2021).

Dystopian Emotions: Emotional Landscapes and Dark Futures. Jordan McKenzie and Roger Patulny. Bristol University Press (2021).

Local Civil Society: Time, Place and Boundaries. Robin Mann, David Dallimore, Howard Davis, Graham Day and Marta Eichsteller. Bristol University Press, Policy Press Imprint (2021).

Ideas and the Use of Force in American Foreign Policy: Presidential Decision-Making in a Post-Cold War World. Morgan Rees. Bristol University Press (2021).

Prisons of the World. Andrew Coyle. Bristol University Press, Policy Press imprint (2021).

Making Research Matter: Steps to Impact for Health and Care Researchers. Tara Lamont. Bristol University Press, Policy Press imprint (2021).

The Changing Politics and Policy of Austerity. Edited by Stephen McBride, Bryan Evans and Dieter Plehwe. Bristol University Press, Policy Press imprint (2021).

Global Reflections on COVID-19 and Urban Inequalities. Four Volumes. Edited by Brian Doucet, Rianne van Melik and Pierre Filion. Bristol University Press, Policy Press imprint (2021).

Pandemic Legalities: Legal Responses to COVID-19 – Justice and Social Responsibility. Edited by Dave Cowan and Ann Mumford. Bristol University Press, Policy Press imprint (2021).

Arts, Culture and Community Development. Edited by Rosie Meade and Mae Shaw. Policy Press (2021).

Remote Sensing Applications in Environmental and Earth System Sciences. Nicolas R. Dalezios. CRC Press (2021).

The Muslim Question in Assam and Northeast India. Monoj Kumar Nath. Routledge India (2021).

Intellectual Property and the Law of Ideas. Kurt Saunders. Routledge (2021).

Data Lives: How Data Are Made and Shape Our World. Rob Kitchin. Bristol University Press (2021).

Creative Writing for Social Research. A Practical Guide. Richard Phillips and Helen Kara. Policy Press (2021).

Embedding Young People’s Participation in Health Services. Edited by Louca-Mai Brady. Bristol University Press, Policy Press imprint (2020).

Ecological Justice and the Extinction Crisis. Anna Wienhues. Bristol University Press (2020).

Social Work. The Rise and Fall of a Profession? Steve Rogowski. Bristol University Press, Policy Press imprint (2020).

Responsibility Beyond Growth. Stevienna de Saille, Fabien Medvecky, Michiel van Oudheusden, Kevin Albertson, Effie Amanatidou, Timothy Birabi and Mario Pansera. Bristol University Press (2020).

County Lines: Exploitation and Drug Dealing among Urban Street Gangs. Simon Harding. Bristol University Press (2020).

The Shame Game: Overturning the Toxic Poverty Narrative. Mary O’Hara. Bristol University Press, Policy Press imprint (2020).

The Poverty of Nations: A Relational Perspective. Paul Spicker. Bristol University Press, Policy Press imprint (2020).

Mental Health in Later Life: Taking a Life Course Approach. Alisoun Milne. Bristol University Press, Policy Press imprint (2020).

The Politics of Cycling Infrastructure. Edited by Till Koglin and Peter Cox. Bristol University Press, Policy Press imprint (2020).

Reconsidering Policy: Complexity, Governance and the State. Kate Crowley, Jenny Stewart, Adrian Kay and Brian Head. Bristol University Press, Policy Press imprint (2020).

Children Framing Childhoods: Working-Class Kids’ Visions of Care. Wendy Luttrell. Bristol University Press, Policy Press imprint (2020).

Policy Learning and Policy Failure. Edited by Claire Dunlop. Bristol University Press, Policy Press imprint (2020).

Transport Matters. Edited by Iain Docherty and Jon Shaw. Bristol University Press, Policy Press imprint (2019).

American–Australian Cinema. Transnational Connections. Edited by Adrian Danks, Stephen Gaunson and Peter C. Kunze. Palgrave Macmillan (2018).

Social Entrepreneurship and Social Inclusion. Rama Kummitha. Palgrave Macmillan (2017).

Popular Sovereignty and Constituent Power in Latin America. Edited by Emelio Betances and Carlos F. Ibarra. Palgrave Macmillan (2016).

Investigating the Performance of Chinese Banks. Yong Tan. Palgrave Macmillan (2016).

‘Key Cultural Texts in Translation: Shakespeare and Sterne in Italy’, Alessandra Calvani. Journal of Italian Translation, vol. 12, issue 2 (2017).

Translating the Exotic. Alessandra Calvani (2017).

Virginia Woolf in Fascist Italy: The Italian Translations of FlushOrlando and To The Lighthouse. Alessandra Calvani (2017).