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> This is an informal STFC Particle Astrophysics mailing list. This list will be used for the circulation of information considered to be relevant to the wider Particle Astrophysics Community.

> The aim of PACSF is for researchers to critically explore the relationships between cultural studies and Pacific Asian issues.

> The Pacific Circle promotes research and exchanges in the history of science, medicine, and other practices of knowledge in the Asia-Pacific region, broadly construed.

> The paediatric-nursing-forum provides an arena for the sharing of information and a platform for discussion on all aspects of child health nursing. It aims to promote the advancement of children's nursing by encouraging debate and creativity in both research, clinical practice and education.

> List designed to serve as a forum for clinical psychologisty, neuro-psychologists and other psycho-social staff working in paediatric oncology to design research and intervention projects and to work collaboratively across centres. The list will also serve as a communication point to disseminate service development and related service issues. The list will ensure communication and the pooling of resources for all psycho-social staff working with children and adolescents who have cancer and with their families.

> The Poetics and Linguistics Association is an international academic association for the linguistic study of literature, and related areas. The association website is www.pala.ac.uk.

> Network for palaeoeoenvironmental and archaeological scientists based in Scotland

> Announcements related to engineering of particle accelerators in the UK.

> This list is for users of the OceanParcels Lagrangian particle tracking model to discuss how they are using the model in their research and to ask/share advice about specific issues they have encountered.

> List for announcements and discussion of the emerging field of adolescent-to-parent abuse - for researchers, practitioners and policymakers

> The Parenting Research List has been established by the Centre for Research on Families and Relationships to facilitate discussion, development, collaboration and new research on parenting. It is open to academics, researchers in the public and voluntary sectors, and to agencies with an interest in parenting research from both public and voluntary sectors

> The PARIP mailing list is used for the discussion of scholarly and creative issues raised by practice as research in the disciplinary fields of performance: theatre, dance, film, video and television.

> This list supports greater interaction between the House of Commons Library and academic libraries, by allowing list members to share strategies for engagement with House of Commons research staff which will increase the visibility of academic research for parliamentary research staff and select committee staff.

> The Participation Network aims facilitate networking, communication and information sharing about events, resources and initiatives between academics, researchers, practitioners, policymakers and institutions engaged in participatory research, action research, community development and citizen science.

> Discussion forum to develop and coordinate UK-wide particle physics public engagement activities, sharing best practice and resources.

> For the discussion of all matters relating to the law and practice of boundaries and party walls. This includes the application of the Party Wall etc. Act 1996, the resolution of boundary disputes, the determination of rights to light issues and all other negotiations between neighbouring owners in construction and other situations.

> Organisational mailing list supporting the Particle Accelerators for Science and Innovation project.

> UK subset of the PASI (Particle Accelerators for Science and Innovation) list.

> This is an interdisciplinary network for researchers interested in software programming both as a research device and an object of study, particularly around the methodological innovations happening through social science usages of digital data. It aims to support the cultivation of "critical technical practice" (Agre, 1997) around the research, development and use of code - informed by developments in digital methods, digital sociology and emerging teaching formats. PaSS draws on research in Science and Technology Studies, New Media Studies, Software Studies, Ethnomethodology, Human-Computer Interaction and associated fields to look at how programming practices can not just be studied, but also critically leveraged for teaching and research. The PaSS mailing list is a low traffic list for news, announcements and discussion around programming in the context of social research. This is an interdisciplinary network for researchers interested in software programming both as a research device and an object of study, particularly around the methodological innovations happening through social science usages of digital data. It aims to support the cultivation of "critical technical practice" (Agre, 1997) around the research, development and use of code - informed by developments in digital methods, digital sociology and emerging teaching formats. PaSS draws on research in Science and Technology Studies, New Media Studies, Software Studies, Ethnomethodology, Human-Computer Interaction and associated fields to look at how programming practices can not just be studied, but also critically leveraged for teaching and research. The PaSS mailing list is a low traffic list for news, announcements and discussion around programming in the context of social research.

> A mailing list for the discussion and sharing of new publications, events, CFPs, and questions relating to smell and the past. The list is intended to be a space where the growing number of scholars interested in smell and the past across all disciplines (including the arts, humanities, social sciences, and sciences) can network and share research.

> This list is used as a discussion forum for Further and Higher Education theatre technicians, teachers, lecturers and the research community.

> A mailing list for the discussion of Problem Based Learning within HE/FE establishments.

> This is a Special Interest Group around Creative Engagement and Consultation. The list aims at exploring how design universities and local governments can work together to carry out local engagement in more creative and possibly more inclusive ways by using participatory design approach; and fostering opportunities for collaboration between local government and higher education design institutions. The list is specially aimed at local government officers and design academics interested or active in new opportunities for collaborative learning and societal impact join the mailing list now and do not miss the opportunity for further collaboration.

> This list offers both a forum for the discussion of Personal Construct Psychology,in terms of the theoretical and methodological concerns of this discipline, and an analysis of the relationship between this discipline and other perspectives within the social sciences.

> This list is to facilitate research in a palliative care settings. This will include queries about research (e.g. methodologies, theoretical frameworks) and for opportunities for collaborations. JOIN THE CONVERSATION! What is it? JISCM@il is a national academic mailing list service. The PCRS JISCM@ail aim is to facilitate collaborations and encourage research support across the country within palliative care. What will it involve? Once you subscribe to the “JISCM@il” mailing list, you will receive an email any time someone has a query or information to share relevant to palliative care research. Who is it for? Anyone who is interested in conducting research within palliative care. Whether you are a clinical or non- clinical researcher looking to begin your research career, or an established researcher in the field. This is an opportunity to connect with each other. What can I post? We are encouraging those who join the mailing list to keep to the following topics: 1.    Funding opportunities 2.    Research methodologies (discussions, queries, tips) 3.    Networking/collaboration opportunities 4.    Training/development opportunities We encourage any posts that might provide support to people who are doing (or thinking about starting) research. This platform is to provide an opportunity for conversation and discussion about undertaking research within palliative care. What is it not for? We do not want this list to become purely a space for recruitment emails. For this reason, all posts are moderated by committee members of the Palliative Care Research Society (PCRS).

> This list, associated with the annual Popular Culture and World Politics conference, is primarily used to circulate calls for papers and other announcements related to scholarship in the field of Popular Culture and World Politics.

> This list is for anyone interested in using PDAs , Smartphones, Netbooks, Tablets,Internet Cafes or any other mobile technology for any educational purpose. It is aimed at users, developers and researchers.

> This list is used by coordinators of Personal Development Planning (PDP) projects in Higher Education institutions to facilitate communication and information dissemination.

> An open discussion and support list for e-Portfolio and PDP UK Network members run by The Centre for Recording Achievement.

> At the heart of this discussion list is UK-based peace collections. It brings together the people that work with those collections in various ways. You may be a museum worker who looks after peace collections, a library or archive worker who does work on peace collections, an academic or researcher who makes use of peace collections, or a charity or activist organisation or person who makes use of peace collections.

> Service announcement for the Pearl cluster

> To discuss issues relating to the PebblePad ePortfolio system.

> For anyone interested in science communication / public engagement with science within the field of Computer Science and ICT, with a focus on research. See also https://www.ukri.org/opportunity/public-engagement-for-information-and-communication-technologies, http://www.ukri.org/opportunity/public-engagement-for-information-and-communication-technologies

> The purpose of this list is to establish a network of scholarship track academics within the UK and beyond and to provide a space for sharing pedagogical research tips, findings, papers, etc. and to facilitate discuss

> The Pedagogies for Social Justice is for announcements and discussions related to liberatory pedagogies in Higher Education. We welcome discussions around decolonial, anti-racist, queer, feminist and other pedagogies that move us toward social justice. The list is associated with the Pedagogies for Social Justice Project at the University of Westminster.

> This list is for those interested in this most interesting and exciting aspect of student experience: student to student peer led academic learning.

> The preference elicitation group is for economists, psychologists, philosophers, behavioural and management scientists, and others interested in the elicitation of people's preferences for 'goods', with particular emphasis on health and health care. The list supports dissemination of relevant details of the annual Preference Elicitation Group (PEG) conference.

> For discussion of Physics Education Research in the UK

> PERF-STUD-NET is the email forum of the Performance Studies Network, which is hosted by the AHRC Research Centre for Musical Performance as Creative Practice (CMPCP). The Network aims to facilitate interaction between musicians and scholars working across a spectrum of disciplines, to develop an increasingly inclusive and cohesive community of performance studies specialists and other interested parties, and to lay the foundation for continuing dialogue and collaboration into the future. PERF-STUD-NET is open to anyone who wishes to exchange ideas and be kept informed about performance-related research, events and activities taking place around the world.

> A mailing list sharing information about new research and events relating to the performance and cultural industries

> This list brings together scholars working in the intersection between the sciences and the arts including, but not limited to, sci-art collaborations, the use of the arts in science communication and the use of scientific methodologies in performance, film and dance studies.

> Brings together social scientists with an interest in the use of arts-based and humanities methods in the production and dissemination of social science data.

> The European Perinatal Epidemiology Network and its email list is for the promotion and discussion of research in perinatal epidemiology and the evaluation of perinatal care in Europe.

> This list has been set up by the Academy in response to interest from personal tutors who attended the first conference on Personal Tutoring at the University of Westminster, in May 2005. The list aims to facilitate discussion about the role of personal tutoring and to identify examples of good practice, research and resources.

> This list will support communications amongst UK/Ireland Digital Humanities Association PeTRA Community Interest Group members. Humanities and GLAM sector Researchers and practitioners based in Ireland and the UK are welcome to join.

> The Science Communication and Public Engagement (PE) Trainers’ network is a new open and supportive group for anyone involved in PE training - whether you develop, deliver or commission training, all are welcome. Our aim is to develop a community of practice to share learning, problem solve together and build a collective evidence base to support the development of PE training.

> The management of Petroleum Data Management is a diverse field. It addresses strategic issues such as standards, people, process and technology, as well as more tactical issues such as the management of physical records (e.g. logs, maps, sections, tapes and reports) and their digital equivalents (well logs, seismic surveys, complex 3D sub-surface models or even a National Data Repository). The aim of this list is to build a global community of Petroleum Data Managers who can work together to share their experiences and solve common problems, issues and concerns.

> This list is for Principal Fellows of the Higher Education Academy.

> An email list to announce the monthly seminars hosted by the Postgraduate Online Probability Seminars Group.

> This jismail list seeks to bring together postgraduate social scientists working in the area of assisted reproduction across the UK and overseas. It will function as a means to connect researchers working in this specific area of health research and allow them to share research ideas, opportunities and events.

> A forum for discussion of topics in postgraduate research administration, whether in Graduate Schools, or in the graduate sections of central, faculty, school or departmental offices.

> This is a networking mailing list for PGR students who are researching sex work. This list will be used by PhD students to seek research advice, network, discuss current publications/conferences of interest and arrange meetings.

> An online community of practice for those leading and/or teaching on postgraduate clinical education programmes. Through our Special Interest Group we intend to share information, expertise and ideas, as well as identify possible research projects and other areas for collaboration. In doing so, we hope to raise the profile of postgraduate programmes in healthcare education generally.

> The list seeks to: 1. facilitate communication between pharmacologists; 2. involve employers in the design and delivery of pharmacology courses; 3. disseminate good/innovative practice in teaching pharmacology. 4. improve the learning environment and the quality and efficiency of teaching.

> The aim of this list to provide academic pharmacists and other academics engaged in teaching in Pharmacy with a forum for discussion on pedagogic issues in Pharmacy Education

> : phd-design is for discussion of PhD studies in design and related research, teaching and supervision.

> Discussion list for the ancient philosophy as Lifelong Learning concept

> To advertise events (talks/workshops/seminars) at the University of Bristol run by the Department of Philosophy.

> This list is primarily for the Philosophy of Management Special Interest Group of the British Academy of Management and provides information to members about workshop activities, the annual conference stream, the journal "Reason in Practice" and other collaborative opportunities in the UK and Europe. Practitioners with an interest in the contribution that philosophy can make to improving managerial and organizational practice and reflection are also welcome to join.

> Email list for the British Philosophy of Sport Association, for discussion of news, issues, and events.

> This list welcomes all involved in learning and teaching in disciplines relevant to public health.

> This list is for those interested in techniques and materials for the teaching of phonetics, with a special focus on teaching phonetics to present and future speech therapists.

> Information and research relating to Photography in the HE sector.

> This list provides timely announcements of events, resources, opportunities, and information relating to photoplethysmography. The announcements will be of interest to a wide audience, including academic researchers, engineers in industry, and clinicians.

> This list is used by the Pharmacy Schools Council admissions network for discussion of relevant issues

> A UK Physical Sciences Centre discussion list, for educational issues within the Physics Higher Education community. It will also carry announcements of events, publications and other items of interest. Sublist of physsci-education.

> The PHYSIO mailing list is for general information and discussion on all matters of relevance to physiotherapists, in the UK and beyond. Participation is invited from anybody with an interest in physiotherapy - undergraduate students, researchers, educators, clinicians, administrators.

> This list is primarily set up for teachers of the physical sciences UK in higher education. The physical sciences covered include chemistry, physics, astronomy and forensic science. The list is intended to be used for discussion of all topics relating to the teaching of the physical sciences.

> This list is for discussion about the use of the Physical Sciences Question Bank and its questions. It will also be used for some announcements and discussions about new features and new types of question, such as the use of adaptive questions to aid to learning.

> An academic, interdisciplinary and multilingual discussion list for all aspects of research related to picturebooks from around the world.

> A mailing list for colleagues actively involved in supporting activities towards a global persistent identifier alliance.

> Postgraduates in Latin American Studies (PILAS) is the postgraduate affiliate of the Society for Latin American Studies (SLAS). As an organisation run by and for postgraduate students, PILAS aims to foster interaction among postgraduates working in the field of Latin American Studies at institutions of higher education throughout the United Kingdom, as well as those in Europe and the Americas. Encouraging cross-disciplinary dialogue, our organisation welcomes those working within a range of academic disciplines, as well as those undertaking multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary approaches. Our goal is to establish a supportive community for postgraduate students engaged in the study of Latin America and the Caribbean, both to facilitate communication among postgraduates and to provide a forum for students to exchange experiences, seek advice, and share their research.

> A list to disseminate publication and conference/event announcements across the inter-disciplinary range of Philip K. Dick (PKD) scholarship.

> Announcement-only list for non-member supporters of PKSG

> Discussion list on the issues of prevention and detection of plagiarism.

> Botanists-Horticulturalists-Foresters-and-Engineers-analysing -on-structural-and-mechanical-design-of-plants-Moderated-List

> This email list serves as a central contact point for the 'Plants-Soils-Ecosystems' Special Interest Group of the British Ecological Society. We use the list to distribute details on upcoming events, circulate job opportunities, and to discuss recent developments in the field of plant-soil interactions and ecosystem ecology.

> This working group: “Plantations: Political ecologies of extraction and resistance” aims to: Examine historical and contemporary perspectives on the ‘plantation’ and its processes of subsuming social and ecological relations into capitalist regimes through the appropriation of cheap natures, and the multiple and differentiated effects of these processes. #Examine how plantation logics (of erasure, replacement, simplification, extraction, and exploitation) shape and reshape social and ecological relations beyond the boundaries of #plantations through global markets and technologies, and resistance to these logics. Explore processes of resistance to plantations and examine possibilities for convivial and reparative futures. Draw together researchers, organisations, and frontline communities from across the world into interdisciplinary conversations on plantations in different geographical contexts.

> The list will develop dialogue between researchers from diverse settings #and backgrounds, stimulate interest in this under-researched but important area of garden and landscape history, and provide a base from which seminars, conferences and joint publications can be developed.

> Sharing events, networks, and related information and outputs about early childhood, play and semi public/ public life like play cafes

> This list is used by the Playful Learning Association to make announcements about PLA events and activities.

> List of people involved in the Pluralistic Practice Steering group working to link-up practitioners and academics, and disseminate knowledge around pluralistic counselling and psychotherapy practice

> The plus-announce mailing list is used to inform readers of new issues of the on-line magazine Plus and to alert them to related events. Plus a published bimonthly at http://plus.maths.org/.

> This is the mailing list of the Polar Museums Network (PMN), an international initiative which brings together collection holders of material relating to the Arctic and Antarctic, to strengthen and spread the knowledge of polar history, science and exploration.

> This is the mailing list for the special interest group for UK psychologists working in childhood brain tumour.

> Planners Network UK (pnuk) is a collective of practitioners, students, academics and activists developing and supporting critical thinking about the current state of planning in the UK. We want to connect those concerned about the current climate of debate, develop resources to support critical thinking and stimulate debate about alternatives to market-driven planning.

> A multi-disciplinary discussion of podcasting for researchers, tutors and practitioners in audio media, radio and or subjects where podcasting is a subject of study.

> This list is designed to foster a network for researchers and practitioners working with podcasting in any subject area within higher learning institutions. Links with the industry are also desirable since commercial applications of podcasting are currently more prevalent than academic ones.

> This list provides a forum for the exchange of information for podiatrist academics, most especially for those involved in podiatry education and research.

> Poetryetc provides a venue for a dialogue relating to poetry and poetics, promoting specific projects for internet and print publication, and providing a forum for you to debate your own critical and creative work.

> A forum for discussion of how and where literature segues with environmental issues. A zone of literary activism and advocacy for the environment. For poets, writers, and academics.

> A list for those developing and using computational models in the governance policy cycle

> The list for the Political Geography Research Group of the RGS-IBG

> An interdisciplinary list bringing together those engaged in research, including action research, on any aspect of policing and crime in post-socialist countries. Focus on discussion of theoretical and practical issues relevant to police reform and new approaches to tackling crime.

> The list provides a forum for communication between members of the Policing Network of the British Society of Criminology. Anyone interested in joining the Network can do so by contacting the list owner.

> A network of university professionals working to engage academic research with public policy. Our aims are to share best practice, useful knowledge, and support collaboration where appropriate.

> Mailing list for announcements and academic exchange in the field of political discourse analysis

> Official mailinglist of the Critical Political Economy Research Network of the European Sociological Association. http://criticalpoliticaleconomy.net/

> The list is open to anyone with an interest in the topic, but it originated in a workshop on Political Community: Authority in the Name of Community hosted by the Centre for Citizenship, Civil Society and Rule of Law (CISRUL) at the University of Aberdeen in June 2014. You can access the full topic description at http://wp.me/PASsb-45. We confirmed in a previous workshop that the term “political community” was appropriate for identifying a core set of issues that interest us at CISRUL, even though it was evident that no term will ever carry all the right connotations and none of the wrong ones. Though we each have our own preferred approach, reflecting the wide range of perspectives in CISRUL, several of us are using the term “political community” for one whose members feel somehow represented within its structures of authority, and thus somehow obliged to their fellow-members to follow its norms and accept its decisions. We prefer, on the whole, to reserve the term “political community” for those that claim a degree of self-sufficiency and we distinguish political communities from political collectives such as trade unions or churches which see themselves as players in a broader political community. In a political community, (more or less) ultimate authority is claimed in the name of some kind of (more or less) encompassing community of members.

> Communication among POLYGRAM consortium members

> This list is used by committee members of the Population Geography Research Group of the RGS-IBG to make announcements.

> This list service is used to support dialogue, networking and collaboration between practice-as-research postgraduate students and early career researchers across the Arts and Humanities in Scotland.

> This list is for members of the Popular Music Research Group at the University of Newcastle to contact each other about relevant events and research opportunities.

> Concerned with research and teaching in population studies, both in demography and in other subjects such as geography, sociology, development, management, planning and public policy. Information on research, conference proposals and teaching resources welcomed.

> The list links scholars across the UK, and other parts of the world completing research on populist politics - and democracy, and fascist politics.

> This list is for those interested in all aspects of sponge biology and sponge chemistry.

> This list is hosted by the Centre for Port and Maritime History (University of Liverpool / Liverpool John Moores University), but is open to all scholars working on Port and Maritime Studies.

> This list aims to provide resources and information on why and how we may cultivate and craft positive academic cultures in global universities.

> Support,discussion, debate and networking for those involved in post 16 provision of Media and Film Studies. Encouraging the development of widening participation initiatives in FE/HE and sharing of teaching and learning strategies.

> This is a group for members and supporters of the Society for Post-Medieval Archaeology (SPMA). It is used to share information about our activities including the annual conference (PMAC), the public Geoff Egan lecture, and deadlines for our grants and prizes. Other relevant events and news may be shared from time to time, such as relevant conferences and events organised by other organisations.

> To encourage dialogue between thematic and post-soviet geographers by demonstrating and exploring the variety of theoretically informed critical approaches and methodologies being employed in writing the geographies of transformation.

> This list is used by members of the Post-Wage network to share information about research events, projects and publications related to experiences of work beyond the wage.

> List for dissemination and good practice sharing in post-16 Science

> Discussion group of the UK's Association of Postdoctoral Researchers: for help, policy campaigning and the exchange of information about career opportunities, international research communities and research mobility.

> This list is intended as a forum for the discussion of issues which affect the quality of postgraduate education in the UK. The intended membership comprises postgraduate students, supervisors, anyone involved in running postgraduate programmes, and people researching postgraduate education.

> UK/Ireland German studies mailing list specifically dedicated to postgraduate and early career researcher's topics and issues.

> This list is used by university and HE administrators, marketers and academics involved in marketing and student recruitment to postgraduate students.

> This list will promote discussion between postgraduates working in the field of Francophone Postcolonial studies, and will inform members of forthcoming SFPS postgraduate events

> News and announcements from Postgraduate Pedagogies, the open-access journal focused on the experiences and contributions of Graduate Teaching Assistants in Higher Education.

> This list once supported the Political Studies Association Specialist Group for Poststructuralism and Radical Politics. That group no longer exists but the mailing list remains active in order to support communication between erstwhile members and to publicise events and keep people informed of publications, etc.

> This is the mailing and communications list for the Psychology of Women & Equalities Section of the BPS (British Psychological Society).

> This is the discussion list for the Performance and Political Economy research collective. We will use it to announce upcoming reading groups, discuss events and research activities.

> This group is to accompany a series of breakfast meet-ups designed as a supportive opportunity for exchange between people with roles involving particular responsibility for supporting or delivering Patient and Public Involvement with research at higher education and medical institutions.

> The Working Group on Citizen Participation includes researchers and practitioners working in a range of policy fields in Scotland, and is open to anyone interested in related issues. It aims to foster dialogue and knowledge exchange; build a network that cuts across disciplinary boundaries and policy silos; create a platform for practice-led collaborative research.

> This practitioner-researcher e-forum is to establish and evolve interconnecting and branching networks of web-based communications to support practitioner-research.

> The Pre Modern Towns Group is an informal, interdisciplinary association of historians, archaeologists, archivists and others which has been meeting since 1978. We aim to reflect current research on any aspect of the historical study of towns in Britain and Europe from the early medieval period to the eighteenth century. This list is used primarily for conference announcements

> The Uk based "Prediction Modelling in Psychiatric Research"group provides a forum for people interested in prediction modelling such as psychiatrists, psychologists, statisticians, bioinformaticians and computer scientists to discuss methodology (such as machine and statistical learning) in psychiatric and psychological sciences. The Uk based "Prediction Modelling in Psychiatric Research"group provides a forum for people interested in prediction modelling such as psychiatrists, psychologists, statisticians, bioinformaticians and computer scientists to discuss methodology (such as machine and statistical learning) in psychiatric and psychological sciences.

> An email list for people working as public relations educators in the UK higher education system.

> Identity, Representation and Preservation in Community Digital Archives and Collections is a 12 month project funded by a British Academy Rising Star Engagement Award (2018) held by Dr. Sharon Webb (Principal Investigator). It is an intervention in three important areas; community archives, digital preservation and content representation. As communities take charge of their heritage, and create their own digital archives, the long-term viability and sustainability of these increasingly important collections, is uncertain. LGBTQ+ communities, feminist networks, black communities, among other marginalised groups, use digital technology to ensure representation and to protect against future erasure from the historical record. However, these representations are at risk of loss because of the fragility of digital archives and their associated infrastructures, both the human infrastructures (i.e. volunteers) and the digital infrastructures. This project asks what are the implications of a community-driven approach to long-term sustainability of these materials, and how might we support community archives without removing their agency. # The programme of work, will bridge the gap between community archives and the individuals and institutions with the means to provide (digital) infrastructural advice and support. It acknowledges and recognizes the autonomy of communities seeking to capture their own narratives as digital archives; and does not seek to intervene in the process of community collection; instead, it explores how communities might be supported in the long-term; and along the way asks how we can link them to academic research infrastructures.

> Pride in STEM is a charity run by an independent group of LGBT+ scientists & engineers from around the world. Proud of who we are and what we do. We aim to showcase and support all LGBT+ people in STEM fields.

> The list is for discussion of research ideas and methodology in areas of medical statistics particularly relevant to primary care by statisticians involved in or interested in primary care.

> This is an open discussion for discussing matters relating to the practice of research and teaching in any field of Printmaking including both old and new technologies. It will also provide information on workshops, seminars and conferences, and on new research in this area.

> An interdisciplinary discussion list about research into book illustrations, following from the session 'Prints in Books' (sponsored by Print Quarterly) at Association of Art Historians 2017 session

> Research network designed to look at emerging issues in egalitarian political philosophy and public policy.

> Announcements of Open Research Seminars

> This list is to share information & good practice between prison and public libraries in order to better support (ex) prisoners & their families.

> A (restricted) discussion list for academics, practitioners and policymakers interested in community justice and Probation, whether as a particular practice, a profession or a statutory agency in the UK.

> Process-Philosophy is an open forum for discussing topics pertaining to Process Thought. Emphasis is on Whitehead's Metaphysics and Hartshorne's Theology, but remarks on historically influential thinkers like Peirce, Bergson, James, and any contemporary contributors are encouraged.

> Announcements concerning Provably Correct Systems ('ProCoS'), including conferences and other meetings, books and publications in general, jobs and studentships, etc.


> This list provides a forum through which researchers interested in the professions and concepts of professionalism can share insights, debate current topics, and announce events and projects of interest to list members.

> A forum for research and mutual support of practitoners of performance lighting in uk higher education.

> This list is consolidation of an existing email list of PLs in HEIs in Scotland which has been developed as part of the Enhancement Themes sector level activity in this area. The list aims to facilitate dialogue among PLs and extend the activity of the Evidence for Enhancement community beyond the life of the cluster.

> A mailing list for scholars interested in critical sociological/cultural analyses of the promotional industries and promotional cultures.

> This list is for users of the PRoNTo toolbox to exchange information on usage, request help, or suggest modifications.

> This list brings together researchers interested in property rights, planning and the evolution of cities at the boundary of planned and market order.

> This list is for users of the ProSolution Student Management and Information System to discuss, share problems and solutions.

> A discussion list for staff members of Higher Education Institutions delivering career development or career advice aimed at postdocs, interested in and using Prosper in their practice.

> A mailing list for anyone interested in Prosper events, activities and announcements.

> A mailing list for Managers of researchers and Principal Investigators interested in using Prosper to support their postdocs' career development - as well as news and updates from Prosper PI Network.

> A mailing list for Postdocs interested in working on their career development - as well as Prosper events and activities aimed at supporting them.

> This list was inspired by the successful symposium Protests as Events / Events as Protests. The conceptualisation of protests as events and vice versa involves consideration of the temporalities of protests as well as the mobilities that are enacted to bring together an assemblage that may be on the move or fixed at a still point. The symposium involved conversations between activists and non-activists, as well as academics as activists in order to explore the complex construction of protests as events / events as protests. The event was held at Leeds Metropolitan University in June 2013 (http://protestsandevents.wordpress.com) and covered the following topics: -Conceptualisations of protests as events -The academic/activist interface -Timings and rhythms of protests -Discursive constructions of protests -Protest and political tourism -Mobile assemblages and protests -Embodiments of protest events -Sustaining protests in the face of cultural changes -Protests and sports events -Critical hospitality and protests -Governance and the governmentalities of protest events

> Research Staff within the School for Sport, Exercise and Health Sciences.

> Mailing list for the British and Comparative Political Economy (BCPE) specialist group of the Political Studies Association (PSA).

> This is the list of the Political Methodology Specialist Group of the Political Studies Association.

> Electronic discussion and announcement list for South Asian politics

> This is the official e-list of the PSA women and politics group. It is open to members of the PSA women and politics group. The PSA women and politics group exists for women in the profession and for those researching sex, gender and politics (broadly defined). The list will faciliate discussion amongst members and encourage the exhchange of research and conference announcements.

> A list to provide a forum for discussion of any matter relating to public communication of science and public engagement with science.
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> For discussions around development of a national data infrastructure for physical science.

> This list is for members of the Primate Society of Great Britain to disseminate information, discuss research and raise the profile of primatology within the UK and elsewhere.

> An international discussion and information list regarding performance, practice and theory

> The purpose of the group and this mailing list is to get to know other MA and PhD students who are interested in and work in the field of Psychosocial Studies. We would like to organise events and conferences so we can get to know each other, network and share our research.

> The Plastics Subject Specialist Network (PSSN) offers peer support for those working with plastics in heritage collections. Our aim is to encourage the sharing of knowledge and research to assist with plastics material identification, as well as standards of collections care, interpretation and display.

> This email services a network concerned with developments in surveillance and its multifaceted impacts.

> This list is for those in the UK who are active in research, education, and practice on the interface of psychology and religion. Its purpose is to share ideas, discuss potential collaboration, announce events and forthcoming publications, distribute calls for papers, seek advice, and generally keep up-to-date with new ideas.

> Psych-couns is a maillist for students and researchers in counselling psychology, counselling and psychotherapy and others who wish to discuss theoretical and research issues in counselling psychology.

> A discussion list of methods to be used in psychological research. These could range from appropriate methodology for a research programme, to specific questions regarding the interpretation of a particular result. The list is broad based, encompassing both quantitative & qualitative approaches.

> Mailing list managed by PsyPAG that supports the research of postgraduate psychologists. See our web site for more information: http://www.psypag.co.uk Postings could include: requests for recommended references, advice, questions, theory, research, thoughts, the Quarterly. Please do not post requests for journal articles to the list. Mailing list managed by PsyPAG that supports the research of postgraduate psychologists. See our web site for more information: http://www.psypag.co.uk Postings could include: requests for recommended references, advice, questions, theory, research, thoughts, the Quarterly. Please do not post requests for journal articles to the list.

> A general contact, discussion and announcement list for Musedelica, a research group focussed on psychedelic music and issues surrounding psychoactive substances and music.

> The list is used by memebers of the Network at the IGRS to discuss translation and other issues related to psychoanalysis in French studies.

> This list is used by members of the Network at the IGRS to discuss translation and other issues related to psychoanalysis and Hispanic studies

> This list is used by members of the Network at the IGRS to discuss translation and other issues related to psychoanalysis and Italian studies

> This list is used by members of the Network at the IGRS to discuss issues related to psychoanalysis and politics

> Psychogeography has fractured and re-invented itself many times and continues to do so, spawning many post-psychogeographies. This evolving landscape impinges on research and creativity in the arts, humanities and, increasingly, the sciences. This list is for the discussion and dissemnination of events, discussion and information in these areas.

> This list is owned by the Association for Psychosocial Studies (formerly the Psychosocial Network) to make announcements and discuss projects, collaborations and publications of a psychosocial nature.

> The list is for Corporate and Public Affairs academics and practitioners interested in International Research. ie Campaigns, Lobbying and Regulation

> A discussion forum and information resource for those working in epidemiology and public health. It aims to facilitate information sharing, (eg workshops, seminars, conferences and new research) and promote links, collaborative working, joint problem-solving and mutual support.

> An open mailing list for discussion about developing the Public Health function in Acute, Community and Primary Care Provider Organisations with particular reference to the Clinical Governance, Information for Health and Saving Lives agendas.

> a list allowing those working in or using public health observatories and public health intelligence in the uk and beyond, to discuss issues and share experiences and information.

> The Public-History JiscMail list is being established to enable and further discussions, circulating: Meetings in the IHR Public History programme Seminars, workshops and conferences organised by the convenors Further items of interest from third parties

> To discuss access to public information as part of the process of gaining economic & social advantage from info, publishing & the media. Keywords: Regulatory Framework; Universal Access; Education; Health Care; Environmental Benefits; Electronic Publishing & Archiving; Encryption & Verification

> The PAG is a working group that aims to gather together professionals interested in Public Archaeology worldwide, in order to work together towards a better definition of Public Archaeology

> The purpose of the list is to promote discussion, analysis and research on health, social care and other UK policy and legislation and the impact on the health of the population, on health inequalities and on health and social care services.

> This list is a forum for discussion of issues around the development of publishing studies as a discipline in the UK and internationally, and for the dissemination of news about forthcoming events, funding opportunities and publications in this field of study. Included within this topic are publishing culture generally, book, serials and publishing history; economic, political and social issues associated with the development, sale and dissemination of intellectual property; design, typography and production of print and electronic media; audience and reception studies, among others.

> This list is used to disseminate information amongst those currently working on Phoenician and Punic history and archaeology in the UK Higher education and research community; it is also open to those beyond the UK.

> This list is intended for scientists and clinicians interested in all aspects of the anatomy, physiology of the pupil. The list is intended to host general discussions, conference and meeting information, discussion of methods,models, apparatus etc.

> The Public and Political Leadership network provides a bridge between (European) academics conducting research on leadership in the public domain. The aim of the list is to further international collaboration between leadership researchers by providing a forum to post, for instance, research/methodology questions, queries to submit conference panels, notifications of new publications and conferences, and ideas for submitting grant proposals.

> List for all aspects of purchasing and supply chain management, and interorganisational theory. The list will actively support the networking and collaborative activities of the association called IPSERA

> This list is for discussions arising from the activities of the ESRC NCRM-funded network for Participatory Video in Research Methods.

> PYGYWG is the discussion list of the Participatory Geographies Working Group of the Royal Geographical Society. Open to anyone interested in participatory approaches to research and development.