How to ensure volunteers fill the holiday hunger gap

By Stephanie Denning Stephanie Denning is a former MSc Society and Space student and now a PhD student at the University of Bristol. In this post Stephanie shares about her doctoral research and its policy implications which examine how volunteers can be motivated by religious faith to volunteer, and how they persist in volunteering overContinue reading “How to ensure volunteers fill the holiday hunger gap”

Stones Throw

This is a creative response to Jane Bennett’s – Vibrant Matter. I write inspired; quickly and openly about a recognition of ‘thing-power’ on Marazion beach when I was 15 years old.  By Bob Marns I sit with the number 22 quantifying the time I have existed in a body. onetwothreefourfivesixseveneightninteneleventwelvethirteenfourteenfifiteensixteenseventeeneighteennineteentwentytwentryoneTWENTYTWO. Another person asks me the questionContinue reading “Stones Throw”

Autumn 2017: What’s On?

Welcome to what we hope will be a continuing narrative of wonder, ideas that intrigue, and a collection of creativity. Our names are Stan, Bob, and Ellen and we are the new editors of the Society and Space blog. We have a multitude of exciting articles, reviews, and interviews planned for the coming months. For now,Continue reading “Autumn 2017: What’s On?”