The Book Exhibit is located in the Grand Ballroom Hallway on the Mezzanine Level.

Book Exhibit Hours:

Thursday 2:00pm-6:00pm
Friday 8:00am-6:00pm
Saturday 8:00am-5:30pm
Sunday 8:00am-2:00pm

The Scholar’s Choice has a long and successful history of managing academic book exhibits, and we welcome them to our meeting.  Any member interested in having their book displayed at the meeting should contact their publisher as soon as possible to see if they are amenable to sending the book for exhibit.  Please keep in mind that the publishers pay a fee to display with The Scholar’s Choice and may not have the marketing budget necessary to honor all requests, particularly for older titles.  The Scholar’s Choice asks that books be relevant to the meeting topics.  Reservations from the publishers will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis until their exhibit space is full.  All requests must come from the publishers, not the author.


                                                         

    

                                                             

Bristol University Press, and its imprint Policy Press, publisher of the Agenda for Social Justice: Solutions for 2016 and the Global Agenda for Social Justice are committed to publishing the highest quality scholarship in the social sciences and aligned disciplines.

Their work aims to make a positive contribution from the advancement of ideas through to practical implementation and provide an internationally respected platform for the global scholarly community to disseminate work that matters.

Policy Press has its roots in social policy and social justice, and is committed to progressive social change.  Over more than twenty years, it has built a reputation for publishing scholarship that focuses on improving individual lives and reaches beyond academia to government, professionals and the wider public to inform policy and practice.

If you would like to hear more about their books and journals publishing by meeting with one of their editors at the conference, please contact Shannon Kneis (Shannon.Kneis@bristol.ac.uk) or follow them on twitter: @BrisUniPress‏ / @policypress.