Examples of Bristol’s work:

Borderland Infrastructures

Read an MMB Blog Series on ‘Borderland Infrastructures’ exploring material and symbolic infrastructure of border regimes in the port city of Calais.

Image of fencing in Calais near the port

ESRC Centre for Sociodigital Futures (CenSoF)

Image of machinery and a face

The mobility of people and goods is profoundly implicated in inequality and sustainability. It is a field where global logistics meets justice. Research in the ‘moving domain’ of CenSoF looks at how digital technologies shape the movement of people and things, and considers the different futures that are made possible or closed down as a result of sociodigital changes.

In conversation about borders

In a conversation recorded at the plot in summer 2021, Tim Cole, Professor of History, and Peter Watts, Gardener at Royal Fort Gardens, talk about change, borders, movements of people, plants and soil, and languages of plants and race.