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> This BAAL special interest group is intended to bring together researchers interested in the uses of corpora and corpus methods in applied linguistic research.

> Mailing list for members of the BAAL Linguistics and Knowledge about Language in Education (LKALE)special interest group.

> The BAAL Special Interest Group in Intercultural Communication provides a forum for applied linguists,researchers, language teachers, business trainers and the wider public to engage in debate about the nature and potential application of key concepts in the field.

> The BAAL social justice oriented mail list should be taken as encompassing the following areas but not limited to: 1. Critical, transformative, and anti-oppressive pedagogies 2. Epistemic justice, anti-colonization and decolonization 3. Neoliberalism, sustainability and environmental justice 4. Migration, social mobility, human rights, and peacebuilding 5. Digital equity and critical theory of technology 6. An intersectional approach to understanding many forms of oppression such as racism, sexism, ableism, classism, heteronormativity etc.

> This list is used by BABAO to encourage the distribution and discussion of ideas concerning all aspects of bioarchaeology

> Languages and cultures network that discusses the challenges and benefits of hybrid academic/professional lives, and provides peer-support

> This list is used by BACS to make announcements to circulate information from its members and associates with reference to Chinese Studies. Please note that subscription to this list does not mean that you become a member of BACS. To become a member, visit our website at www.bacsuk.org.uk.

> This list is used by the British Association of Film, Television and Screen Studies to make announcements relevant to teachers and researchers in these areas.

> The BAFTSS (British Association of Film, Television and Screen Studies) Practice Research Special Interest Group (PRSIG) aims to evaluate how practice can contribute new knowledge to the field in terms of its significance, originality and rigour, exploring innovative methods of academic dissemination and peer review; as well as the potential of practice research for public engagement and impact.

> Announcements and discussion list for the Korean Studies community in the United Kingdom.

> A list for for the discussion of research, scholarship and practice in English for Academic Purposes and other issues relevant to the work of BALEAP members.

> For tutors/lecturers in EAP (English for Academic Purposes) working in Arts & Design FE/HE contexts

> A community of educationalists interested in or involved in English for Academic Legal Purposes (EALP)

> News and discussion relevant to the study of popular / folk / traditional ballads - international and multilingual.

> The list has been set up to facilitate discussion on the Baltic States between and amongst scholars and practitioners in many different fields of research, both in terms of scholarship and teaching. In particular, this mailing list encourages the exchange of issues related to such topics as politics, foreign policy, security studies, society, culture, history, geography and so on.

> A Special Interest Group of the British Academy of Mangement. This 'Gender in Management Special Interest Group' is a dedicated network to keep up to date with current issues in the area of gender, diversity, intersectionality and management.

> For members of the British Academy of Management Human Resource Management Special Interest Group and those interested in the activities of the group

> A low-volume list giving information on the yearly British Applied Mathematics Colloquium (BAMC) conferences.

> Events, announcements, and discussion list for the British Association for Modernist Studies.

> The Bangladesh Research Network (BRN) aims to bring together students, researchers, and practitioners from a variety of disciplines united by a common interest in Bangladesh. The network wishes to draw together people working on Bangladesh that may otherwise not know each other; in this way, the network aims facilitate debate and discussion, exchange information on relevant conferences and news on Bangladesh, organise events and establish a forum for continued interaction and communication among scholars on Bangladesh. The network is open to students (both undergraduate and postgraduate), academic staff and researchers. It is a UK based network but anyone is welcome to join; we particularly welcome members from Bangladesh itself.

> This list is used to facilitate communication within the special interest group for bariatric psychologists and psychiatrist, in order promote the development of national clinical guidelines and facilitate research in this area as well as publicise important publications, projects and developments in the field.

> This list is used to make announcements about British-based audio-visual research events, publications and projects.

> This list is only open to members of the Association. We will post on relevant call for papers, notices of conferences, and offer the opportunity to contact all members of BARS with queries regarding work-in-progress.

> BASA was established in 1991 to encourage research in the history of Black and Asian peoples in Britain. BASA organises workshops for teachers, participates in education conferences, and campaigns on educational and institutional racism issues. In 1999, BASA established the Black and Asian Archives Working Party (now the BASA Research Resources Working Party):BASA-research-resources@jiscmail.ac.uk.

> The Base-libraries list exists to facilitate discussion between the health libraries in Birmingham, the Black Country and Solihull.

> This list is for announcements of relevance to postgraduate students in Slavonic and East European studies at UK universities, or postgraduate members of the British Association for Slavonic and East European Studies.

> The Basic Skills list is intended to provide a forum for discussions relating to the provision and delivery of Basic Skills services,including and particularly relating to the introduction and use of online and other ICT resources.

> This list is for those who are working on or who are interested in any aspect of BBC history, to keep members in touch with each other,with current work and to publicise events.

> This is the newsgroup of the British Biophysical Society. The newsgroup email circulates matters of general interest to the Biophysics community in the UK, including conferences, awards, and items in the news. This is the newsgroup of the British Biophysical Society. The newsgroup email circulates matters of general interest to the Biophysics community in the UK, including conferences, awards and items in the news.

> Members of BICISMRM

> Run by the British Computer Society Developing Countries Specialist Group. List encourages the involvement of any practitioner, policy maker or researcher interested in the appropriate use (and/or abuse!) of IT/IS in so-called developing, emergent or industrialising economies.

> This mailing list is run by the British Computer Society Human-Computer Interaction Group. The list serves HCI researchers and practitioners, and is used primarily for announcements of conferences, workshops and jobs. All queries & submissions should be sent to: bcs-hci-request@jiscmail.ac.uk

> List for discussion of issues and applications relating to Knowledge, Information and Metadata Management, principally within the British Computer Society, but with applications that are of wider interest.

> News & Updates about Beam Delivery Simulation (BDSIM)

> This list draws together practitioners from diverse contexts and institutions to share experiences and expertise in the development of academic reading.

> Built Environment E-Learning Network. For academics, researchers and technologists in the area of the e-learning in the built environment, including areas such as mobile learning, ubiquitous learning, ambient learning, future learning spaces, virtual learning environments, open learning environments, pedagogy, e-Assessment, e-skills, e-CPD, learning standards, etc.

> List for the benefit-risk working group underneath the NIHR Statistics Group. For the purpose of distributing information about benefit-risk use in clinical trials.

> Discussion list for sharing of information and ideas on benthic marine ecology in the UK.

> The Group aims are: 1) To provide a forum for ecologists working in agricultural systems, conservationists with an interest in agricultural systems, crop, grassland and forest scientists working on increasing economic production, weed scientists, and agricultural policy makers. 2) To integrate very different approaches (ecology, economic production, conservation) to agricultural systems to address common issues. 3) To enhance communication among scientists and others working on agricultural systems using meetings, workshops, BES Bulletin reports and an email forum.

> List for announcements and discussion by members of the British Ecological Society Citizen Science special interest group and others interested in citizen science. The focus is on citizen science relevant to the UK and ecology. Membership of the BES is encouraged but is not required.

> This list is an open discussion for aquatic ecologists. It is run under the auspices of the Aquatic Ecology specialist group of the British Ecological Society. Postings include PhDs; jobs; conferences; training & workshops. To unsubscribe go to the Jiscmail page and click unsubscribe.

> This list is an open discussion among researchers of mire and peatland systems. It is run on behalf of the Mires Research Group of the British Ecological Society. Anyone may join.

> Mailing list for Palaeoecology Special Interest Group of the British Ecological Society

> This is the mailing list for the BES Quantitative Ecology Special Interest Group. The aims of the group are to support quantitative skills development for all ecologists; improve dissemination of new quantitative methods to their users; and provide a forum to advance quantitative ecology in its own right. This list will allow us as a group to discuss issues relevant to quantitative ecology, and for our members to promote upcoming events, jobs and courses.

> This list is for researchers who work at the intersection of STS - Science and Technology Studies - and the Built Environment.

> The Better Housing list will act as a discussion forum to accompany the Race Equality Foundation's Better Housing website. The site brings together news and evidence based resources on race equality and housing. The Better Housing list will enable researchers and practitioners to discuss problems and issues and share good practice for embedding race equality in housing.

> The British Feeding and Drinking Group meets annually to present research on all aspects of ingestive behaviour, focusing on psychological and physiolological issues related to feeding and drinking in humans and in animal models. The BFDG list is open to interested non-members world-wide on request.

> This is the public mailing list of the British Forum for Ethnomusicology. It is used for announcements about events/conferences/publications/services/projects/programmes pertaining to ethnomusicology and other related disciplines.

> This is a mailing list for all Geophysics Postgraduate students. A place for discussing problems, promoting work and generally discuss.

> This is an email list created by the BGA to provide helpful information on job opportunities and conferences aimed specifically to the undergraduate geophysics community.

> A list for academic law library librarians, to discuss issues of specific relevance to their sector. Please note that membership of this list is restricted to BIALL members working in academic law libraries.

> This list is a discussion forum and communication channel for members of the British & Irish Association of Law Librarians (BIALL).

> A mailing list for anyone interested in the links between reading fiction and non-fiction and health. Bibliotherapy, including Books on Prescription, reading groups, self-help etc.

> This is a list for the big data community being formed in the UK, which is inherently part of many international communities.

> The aim of the list is to enable people using the PAMELA facility for biomedical instrumentation design and testing to communicate easily.

> This list will be used by the widespread community of UK graptolite workers to exchange and disseminate research information

> News bulletin of the British and Irish Law, Education & Technology Association (BILETA)

> Bilingualism Matters London brings together academic researchers from London-based higher education institutions, non-academic stakeholders, and members of the public in a collaborative knowledge exchange about bi-/multilingualism, language learning and their benefits.

> This list is for the research and discussion of the etymology of plants and animal species scientific names (binomial nomenclature) and the history of vernacular names.

> For BIO-Carbon announcements and dissemination of related information to the interested parties in the UK research community

> This mailing list is run on behalf of the European Commissions Biodiversity Research Program. It is intended for investigating and disussing the impacts of Global Change on the biodiversity of herbaceous seminatural ecosystems.

> An open list for social scientists interested in biographical methods.

> This list is used by members of the RGS-IBG Biogeography Research Group to circulate announcements and to facilitate discussion of issues of relevance to biogeography. ------14/10/2022 RETAIN LIST------ This list has been retained 14/10/2022 no one can subscribe to this list and no one can post to this list. Contact help@jisc.ac.uk for all enquiries regarding this list

> Used by researchers and teachers using BNIM to explore questions of method and support each other's work.

> This is a forum featuring various aspects, events and developments in the bioinformatics arena

> Biology-teaching offers Higher Education teachers and employers an opportunity to exchange information, ideas and good practice in the field of teaching and learning in the biological sciences.

> The aim of the BiomagCentral mailing list is to provide a forum for information exchange and discussion. Please use this list to announce jobs, workshops and courses. You are also welcome to announce the publication of a new paper. If you have points of interest to the greater biomagnetism community you are welcome to initiate a discussion. However, please be civil: very specialised discussions and disputes do not belong on the list. For now, the list is not moderated.

> This JiscMail list is used to make announcements, share best practice and support training and teaching in higher education and clinical laboratory practice.

> Engineers and biologists communicating on aspects of mechanical design

> This list is to promote networking, knowledge exchange and discussion amongst biomonitoring practitioners (both human and wildlife) and those interested in the application and interpretation of data for policy and interventions.

> This group is for researchers and students engaged with the work of the British psychoanalyst, Wilfred Bion (1897-1979), within the humanities (including, but not restricted to: literature, literary criticism, creative writing, film studies, coaching, pedagogy, psychology, social theory, critical theory).

> This is a list to support a team of researchers involved with a Zooniverse biological collections transcription effort. The team will be composed of researchers from the UK and the USA and this mailing list will be used to support group communication between members.

> The Biotutor Discussion List is an email Discussion List for biology teachers in schools and colleges, with students up to the age of 18 (in the UK this would include GSCE and A-level), and for those with similar professional interests. The List is intended to be used for the dissemination of good practice, and to assist subscribers in resolving problems related to all aspects of the teaching of the biology in schools and colleges. Organisations such as Universities and Learned Societies may also wish to use the Biotutor Discussion List to announce relevant schools liaison events.

The Biotutor Discussion List is an email Discussion List for biology teachers in schools and colleges, with students up to the age of 18 (in the UK this would include GSCE and A-level), and for those with similar professional interests.

The List is intended to be used for the dissemination of good practice, and to assist subscribers in resolving problems related to all aspects of the teaching of the biology in schools and colleges.

Organisations such as Universities and Learned Societies may also wish to use the Biotutor Discussion List to announce relevant schools liaison events.

Subscription and use of this service is entirely free.

However, the List is not intended for students. Consequently subscription requires a letter (on paper carrying the school/college letterhead, and preferably bearing the school stamp) to be sent to the list organiser :

Dr Peter K Robinson
Director of Academic Development
College of Science & Technology
University of Central Lancashire
United Kingdom
The letter should clearly state the name of the intended subscriber together with his/her email address (a telephone number is also useful in case there are problems with the email address).

If you have any queries about the Biotutor Discussion List please feel free to email the list owner pkrobinson.lists@gmail.com

> The aim of this group is to encourage the advancement of research and theory around bisexuality including networking, collaborative research and sharing resources.

> This mailing list is for Birkbeck's Centre for Interdisciplinary Research in Media and Culture. BIRMAC. We will be announcing events and sharing resources with academic staff, students, and arts and media practitioners. Members of the list will also be encouraged to ask questions relating to BIRMAC's research topics and share information of their own that ties into the research centre's agenda.

> This list is for people involved or interested in the collection, compilation and use of routine statistics about pregnancy, childbirth, newborn babies, the care given to women and babies and the socio-economic circumstances of parents and their children.

> This list is used to facilitate development of a network of Sound Archives within the British Isles, and to discuss matters of common professional interest.

> Official mailing list of the British International Studies Association's International Political Economy working group

> The BISA Working Group on the International Studies of the Mediterranean, Middle East and Asia (ISMMEA) aims to provide an interdisciplinary forum in which to bring a diverse range of scholars and practitioners together

> The BISA South East Europe working group was established in 2002. We provide a space for debate and research on issues related to the political, economic, and social transformations of the region, broadly understood as covering areas of former Yugoslavia, Greece, Turkey, Cyprus, Bulgaria, Romania, and Moldova.

> This list serves the Environment Working Group of the British International Studies Association (BISA) as a platform for communication, organisation of meetings, and dissemination of papers.

> This is the mailing list for the members of the British International Studies Association (BISA) working group International Relations as a Social Science

> This list supports the work of the Poststructural Politics Working Group of the British International Studies Association (BISA).

> A discussion list for those involved in, or with a particular interest in, the study of the buildings within a social and cultural context.

> A list to promote discussion amongst Blackboard/Courseinfo users in Universities, Colleges and Schools in the UK.

> Discussion list for those providing pedagogical and technical support for Blackboard in Wales.

> This list supports the developing discipline of Black music in Britain. The list is for researchers, academics, practitioners. The jiscmail welcomes interdisciplinary approaches to Black music in Britain, across genre and era.

> This list supports the developing discipline of Black music in Britain. The list is for researchers, academics, practitioners. The jiscmail welcomes interdisciplinary approaches to Black music in Britain, across genre and era.

> This list is used by staff working in the six Bloomsbury Colleges to find out about the activities of the BLE (Bloomsbury Learning Environment). This is a super-list of the following sub-lists: BLE-ELLUMINATE,BLE-SUPPORT,BLE-CLOUDSUPPORT BLE-TURNITIN,BLE-WEBDEV,BLE-MOBILE, BLE-PANOPTO,BLE-PROJECT,BLE-XERTE,BLE-ASSESSMENT, LONDON-BADG,BLE-MOOC,BLE-BASS,BLE-INNOVATORS,BLE-ABC, BLE-DSASHE,BLE-DIGITALMEDIA, BLE-CLIMATE

> This list is a sub-list of BLE-ANNOUNCEMENTS This list is used to convey announcements and disseminate information pertaining to assessment methods and practices for the members of the BLE consortium

> This list is used by colleagues in Bloomsbury to discuss and share practice around assessment literacy

> A discussion list to promote a Digital Education response towards achieving Climate Sustainability goals in Bloomsbury based HEIs. This is a Sub-List of Super List BLE- ANNOUNCEMENTS

> A mailing list for the administrators of the Bloomsbury Media Cloud

> This mailing list is for people who participated in the BLE's Get In MOOC

> This list is used by staff based in London HE institutions to make announcements, arrange meetings and discuss matters relating to digital accessibility

> This mailing list is for staff involved in the Bloomsbury Mobile App project

> Discussion list for Panopto users in Bloomsbury

> This list is for marketing and web developers based in the Bloomsbury Colleges to provide support and help to each other.

> This mailing list is used to keep all Xerte users in Bloomsbury informed and in touch. Sub-list of BLE-ANNOUNCEMENTS

> Blockchain in the Cultural and Creative Sectors is a forum for debate and discussion of research and ideas about the implementation of this technology in these sectors

> This list is used to exchange information on research, projects and best practice with regard to the participation of ethnic minorities in Higher Education, and issues of concern to academic and other staff in HEIs, who are of BME origin.

> The primary aim of this e-group will be to promote collaborative research and the dissemination of findings from academic and community-based studies, projects, and initiatives, as well as fostering the exchange of information re. meetings, seminars, conferences etc of mutual interest. The majority of messages will comprise progress reports of existing projects; information regarding new course modules and research findings; feedback re. key government and art councils policies and strategies; as well as listings of events, conferences, and seminars and funding opportunities. The membership will include academic and community researchers, practitioners, archivists, curators, librarians, and community activists and local historians. Equally important are people based in voluntary arts and cultural organisations, art councils, art centres, and interested members of the public.

> The British Medical Laser Association is a scientific society established to promote, for the benefit of the public the application of laser technology in medicine by: - promoting research and development in laser technology in medicine and by the publication of the useful results of such research -promoting collaboration and understanding between clinical and scientific disciplines in the field of laser application -promoting the safe operation of lasers in the treatment of human disease -establishing standards in the medical application of lasers

> A moderated list containing members of the british machine vision association and other interested parties to distribute information on one day technical meetings and conferences. Only official BMVA event or those sponsored by the BMVA will be posted. See sponsorship rules on BMVA website.

> This list will be used by and for members of the Britain Nepal Academic Council, and associated academic colleagues, for sharing information on conferences, workshops and #other events in relation to Nepal studies

> Clinicians and scientists who are interested in all aspects of neurosurgical research

> This list brings together administrators at user institutions of the BoB National online shared service. It is a space for discussion and development ideas. For more information see http://bobnational.net

> This list supports the activities and goals of the Book History Postgraduate Student Network. It aims to facilitate discussion and research in all areas and periods of book history and to encourage the growth of an interdisciplinary community of book historians in the early stages of their careers.

> This list supports the RSLP project for nationwide research activities in book history and book design. This project aims to provide researchers with access to a web interface which will link records from six holdings libraries, including a virtual database of identified records.

> Borders and Borderlands in Medieval and Early Modern Europe is a research network based at the University of Bristol. The network organises research events and encourages grant applications.

> Chinese studies postgradaute community

> The Book and Print initiative is a School of Advanced Study-wide consortium for the study of the book, the manuscript, the print, the map...

> The mailing list fosters communication between the participants of the RSA Research Network on Regional Development and Changing Geography of Outsourcing Business Services in an Enlarged Europe. The RN aims to build upon the theoretical framework of value chains and the changing division of labour, which will be embedded in an understanding of recent trends in corporate restructuring.

> The British Association for Islamic Studies (BRAIS) is a learned society and professional organisation focused on enhancing research and teaching about Islam and Muslim cultures and societies in UK higher education. The association provides a forum for academic exchange for scholars with an interest in any aspect of Islam and the Muslim world (including non-Muslim majority societies), and acts as an umbrella organisation for members working in a wide range of disciplines and geographical interest areas.

> The Branded Content Research Network is an academic collaborative project. It explores relationships between marketing communications and media. The network brings together academics, practitioners, and policy actors.

> Discussion list for clinical academics on breathing motion management for cancer therapies and beyond. Networking forum that allows collaborative research nationally and internationally. Help develop research in the area, support for researchers, centralising.

> With the UK's only BREXIT Research Centre, BCU's BREXIT Centre now request the support of JISC to set-up a BREXIT Support Network to collaborate research and teaching activities relating to BREXIT to support the Research Centre.

> The email list that the Brexit Couples Project will send public updates to.

> We set up the bridgce UK network in 2013 to develop multi-disciplinary research in nuclear astrophysics across more than 10 UK institutes, see website for details: http://www.astro.keele.ac.uk/bridgce We now need a mailing list to improve communication across our network.

> BRIDGE is a network for PG students from any University and any discipline, with a research interest in East Asia. BRIDGE aims to circulate information on events, opportunities and activities relevant to East Asian Studies.

> This list is used to facilitate the communication between D2L Brightspace Virtual Learning Environment users in the United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland.

> Announcement of talks in the Logic and Set Theory Seminar at the School of Mathematics of the University of Bristol and related events.

> News from the Centre for Multilevel Modelling, based at the University of Bristol. Includes updates from the Centre, details of upgrades to MLwiN and other software, and workshop announcements.

> Mailing list for the University of Bristol probability seminar.

> Announcements of seminars for the Quantum Information Theory group at the University of Bristol, and other announcements of broad interest to those working on quantum information theory.

> This list is used to make announcements of the Bristol ergodic theory and dynamical systems seminar.

> This list is intended for use by the computer music research community in Britain. It is a forum for conference/seminar announcements, calls for papers, job offers, and any other matters of likely interest to the membership.

> This list is a forum for the discussion of British music of all types composed after c. 1900, and for announcements of events, publications, etc. associated with the Post-1900 British Music Network and with the study and discussion of post-1900 British music in general.

> British Government@LSE is an new initiative currently based in the Government Department to promote and develop research on British Government being conducted at the LSE. We hold public events and produce research publications. British Government@LSE will be a focus for scholars in the Government Department and around the School who are analyzing and commenting on these developments. It will also host high profile public lectures, seminars, symposia and visiting speaker programmes addressing scholars, civil and public servants and students of British politics and it #will support the British Politics and Policy Blog.

> Discussion and news list for practitioners and readers of current poetry and poetics, with emphasis on recent postmodern and innovative poetries in Britain and Ireland.

> We aim to create an interactive community of British Black Studies The list aims to be a forum for discussion of Black Studies in Britain The list is for information relating to British Black Studies A forum for postgraduate and career opportunities in Black Studies

> This is a list for the Business Relationship Management (BRM) community in Higher Education IT to facilitate sharing of knowledge and best practice regarding the BRM process and role in IT Service Management.

> This list will be used to make announcements to postgraduate students who are affiliated to the Animal-BSA-Group Sub-list of animal-bsa-group

> This is the mailing list of the British Sociological Association Alcohol Study Group. The purpose of the Group is to look sociologically at the meaning of alcohol use in society.

> Discussion list organised by the British Sociological Association Activism in Sociology Forum. For the forum's announcements list visit: https://www.jiscmail.ac.uk/cgi-bin/webadmin?A0= BSA-ACTIVISM-IN-SOCIOLOGY-FORUM

> The British Sociological Association Auto/Biography Study Group brings together people interested in the analytical examination of the various kinds of biography and autobiography, the relationship between the differing genres of representing lives, and the interrelations between biography, autobiography, text and lives.

> Encourage discussion and application of Bourdieuian social theory within sociology Connect Bourdieuian researchers to generate and consolidate theoretical knowledge To facilitate networking and discussion through organised activities To support postgraduate students who are engaging with Bourdieu

> Welcome to the BSA Cities and Mobilities list. This BSA study group list acts as a point of contact and collaboration for those interested in the above themes. Please use the list to post relevant news, articles, events and calls for papers. You can also Tweet us at @BSACities. The group also organises a stream at the BSA Annual conference and your participation in this stream is very much encouraged. We will also run a programme of events throughout the year.

> The BSA climate change study group aims to promote sociological lines of enquiry and modes of thought with respect to a range of topics relating to the challenges of mitigating and adapting to climate change. These include themes of energy, mobility, water and waste and related issues of equity, justice, infrastructural change and governance. The study group is convened by Catherine Butler, C.Butler@exeter.ac.uk

> Email list of members of the BSA DDB study group. This list is used to facilitate DDB events, calls for papers and related research projects.

> This is the list for members of the Early Career Forum of the British Sociology Association. Members of the BSA who are in the early stages of their academic career are welcome to join. Information will be circulated that will be of interest to members, including conferences, workshops & discussion points.

> This group aims to encourage research into the social aspects of emotions. It will connect scholars working on emotions, facilitating the exchange of ideas and information The list will also be used to organise and inform members of events.

> This list has been retained 16/12/2022 no one can subscribe to this list and no one can post to this list. Contact help@jisc.ac.uk for all enquiries regarding this list

> This British Sociological Association Study Group aims to connect those interested in the broad area of families, intimacy and personal relationships: it has postgraduate and staff members from across the career and disciplinary range.

> The Gender and Feminism Study Group is a forum for academics, researchers and students, who are interested in exploring, discussing and/or actively researching the multifaceted, ambiguous and challenging nature of gender theory and research.

> A group aimed to support the British Sociological Association Human Reproduction Study Group.

> This list is used by the BSA's Media Study Group to make announcements regarding the research community, conferences and events, programmes, publications, and projects.

> This is the jisc email group of BSA Study Group 'Diaspora, Migration and Transnationalism' (DMT). The study group and the email list aim to establish an intellectual home for the study of migration, diasporic groups and their transnational activities.

> A group for sociologists within and beyond the BSA to discuss the theory and application of new materialist and posthuman perspectives to sociology. This Jiscmail group will be the means to share and disseminate information and news relevant to the study group's objectives.

> This is the JISCmail list for the BSA Postgraduate Forum. The PGF facilitates contact between student members and the BSA. The PGF holds regular events across the UK. It is open to all postgraduate members of the BSA.

> The list exists to promote dialogue among members of the BSA Sociology, Psychoanalysis, and the Psychosocial Study Group, to disseminate ideas and information, to announce forthcoming items of interest, and generally to advance the sociological investigation of psychosocial phenomena.

> This list is used by the Race & Ethnicity Study Group (British Sociological Association), to make announcements of forthcoming events and programmes.

> This Study Group aims to promote such exchange and critical interrogation of 'modern slavery'. We aim to understand better how the afterlives of colonialism, slavery, and imperialism shape the lives of marginalised groups that often appear in dominant discourse as at risk of 'modern slavery'.

> The social statistics study group is a working group of BSA members who are interested in the application of statistical methods to social science research. The group aims to bring sociologists with a shared interest in statistical (or mixed) methods together and to offer a shared space to meet, develop ideas, present work. We would like to invite everybody with an interest in statistical (or other quantitative) methods along to the new study group.

> This Social Work and Sociology Study Group reflects the interests of BSA members who practice, research and teach in the fields of the social work and sociology, as well as people who use social work services. The group welcomes services users, students, educators, researchers and practitioners and seeks to stimulate conversations, events and shared work that adopts a critical, sociological approach to social work research, practice and theory.

> The mailing list will be used by the BSA Sociology of the Arts Study Group, which brings together individuals interested in, and working with, creative industries, artists, designers, curators or those in other artistic fields. The list will be used to encourage academic discussion, to advertise events, and to facilitate collaborations between academics, practitioners and enterprise.

> Email list for the British Sociology Association's Science and Technology Studies Study Group.

> This list is used by the BSA's Theory Study Group to make announcements regarding the research community, conferences and events, programmes, publications, and projects.

> This email list will be used to communicate conferences, important events, new publications to members of the British Sociological Association's violence against women study group.

> It is a forum for presentation of theory and research in the sociology of violence. It will address all forms of violence â& 128;“ interpersonal, collective, nonstate and state. Though based in the BSA it aims to be international and interdisciplinary in focus. We organize events to promote debate on violence and organize the theory stream at the BSA conference.

> This is the mailing list for the British Sociological Association's Visual Sociology Study Group.

> A study group of the British Sociological Association. This 'Work, Employment and Economic Life' Study Group reflects the interests of BSA members who research and teach in the fields of the sociology of work, economic life, labour markets and industrial sociology.

> This is the email list for members of the British Sociological Association's Digital Sociology group.

> This group brings together sociologists interested in educational issues for the purposes of developing and sharing knowledge and engaging in critical debate.

> The Hate Crime Network seeks to bring together academics, practitioners and policy makers working in the field of hate crime to share information and experiences about hate crime with a view to developing critical analysis and debate across research, policy, and practice.

> The list is to allow for effective and speedy communication between members of the newly formed specialist BSC Victims Network.

> For sharing news and events relating to or emanating from the British Society of Criminology Wales Branch.

> This list is used by the British Society for the History of Philosophy to communicate with and between members about events and society matters.

> The BSRG mailing list is for the discussion of all aspects of sedimentology: modern and ancient, practical and theoretical.

> This JISC mail list supports the GW4 Bridging the Gap Colonial Legacies theme

> This list provides a means of sharing information between users of the Birkbeck UCL Centre for Neuroimaging (BUCNI) centre.

> The BUGS software carries out Bayesian inference on complex statistical models using Markov chain Monte Carlo techniques. BUGS is freely available from the MRC Biostatistics Unit. This list is for users of BUGS to exchange information and worked examples.

> This list acts as a discussion forum for professionals in international higher education. Discussion will include debate on topics such as policy, strategy, marketing, quality assurance and liaison with colleagues in UCAS, The British Council, UKCISA etc.

> The Burundi Research Network is a group for all researchers working on and/or in Burundi. This mailing list would enable researchers to share information and know about new projects, publications, conferences calls, etc.

> Academics and professionals engaged in researching history, principles, cultures and practices in Bushcraft, Survival Studies, Primitive Technology, Wilderness Living and associated fields.

> The subject centre is one of the 24 subject centres of the Higher Education Academy.

> Business-Information-All is a forum for teachers and researchers working in the area of Business Information Management, Business Information Systems or Business Information Technology. It was set up after the 13 conference. Business Information Technology - the First Seven Years.

> Discussion List for multidisciplinary researchers & practitioners interested in BPR, IT, knowledge management, human factors, PIP, and strategic issues across sectors. Submissions include: event & information announcements, and best practice discussion.

> For business/organisation studies researchers/research groups seeking to network with academic peers and improve the quality of their research. The list is part of networking activities of UK academics working in departments with less than maximum RAE ranking.

> This list allows delegates of the By the Book conference to communicate and develop research ideas and proposals.