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  • James Baldwin 2024

    Edson Burton

    His academic interests include Afrofuturism, the transatlantic slave trade, and race and representation. He has worked as a consultant and coordinator for national and regional history-based projects. Credit: Claudio Alhers

  • Festival of the Future City

    Eugene Byrne

    He has written several books on Bristol’s history, including The Bristol Story (with artist Simon Gurr) and a brief history of council housing in Bristol (with artist Anthony Forbes). He edits the Bristol Post’s ‘Bristol Times’ local history pull-out. If you buy books linked to our site, we may earn a commission from, whose […]

  • Andrew Carter

    Andrew Carter

    He has also spent time in the US as part of the Churchill Foundation’s Fellowship Programme reviewing urban economic development policy and practice in American cities including New York, Washington DC, Boston and Chicago. He is a regular media contributor and chairs and speaks at conferences across the UK and Europe on a wide range […]

  • Natasha Carthew

    Natasha Carthew

    Natasha Carthew is a writer and poet known for writing on both socioeconomic and nature/environmental issues. Her 2021 book, Born Between Crosses, is a sequence of prose-poetry celebrating the working lives of working-class women, published with Hypatia Publications, and her short story features in HAG: Forgotten Folk Tales published by Virago Press. She has written extensively on the subject […]

  • Festival of Economics

    Jagjit S. Chadha

    He has worked at the Bank of England on Monetary Policy, as Chief Quantitative Economist at BNP Paribas, and has served as Chair of the Money, Macro, Finance Study Group. He has acted as Specialist Adviser to the House of Commons Treasury Committee and academic adviser to both the Bank of England and HM Treasury, […]

  • Tamsin Chambers

    As a company, KD recognises that it can only design products and experiences for a diverse global society by having a team that reflects that. By combining years of experience in operations management roles with a qualification in executive coaching, Tamsin’s focus is now on making KD a workplace where everyone can be their best. […]

  • Festival of Economics

    Ha-Joon Chang

    His books include Economics: The User’s Guide, Bad Samaritans and 23 Things They Don’t Tell You About Capitalism, which was a no. 1 bestseller.

  • Tom Clark

    Clark previously spent ten years at the Guardian, as well as spells working on public policy in Whitehall, and researching at the Institute for Fiscal studies. His new book is Broke: How to Fix the Poverty Crisis, an edited collection of dispatches from the forgotten communities and homes which are currently caught in an emergency […]

  • Festival of Economics

    Rosie Collington

    Her PhD research develops an account of the state as a producer, and addresses two gaps in knowledge. The first part draws on evolutionary, institutional and Marxian economic theory to analyse how public sector reforms have affected capabilities necessary for steering the green transition. The second part examines green transition capacity as a contested domain […]

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