The ESRC Northern Exposure project will welcome Shamim Miah, Pete Sanderson and Paul Thomas to present their new book: ‘Race’, Space and Multiculturalism in Northern England, The (M62) Corridor of Uncertainty in an online seminar on 21 October 2020, 12-2pm.
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Adrian Favell's chapter ‘Crossing the Race Line: “No Polish, No Blacks, No Dogs” in Brexit Britain? or, the Great British Brexit Swindle’ was published in Europe's Malaise vol. 27 on 7 October 2020.
Dr Marketa Dolezalova has joined the School of Sociology & Social Policy (SSP) and the Centre for Ethnicity & Racism Studies (CERS) as an ESRC Postdoctoral Fellow. She will be working on her project ‘Roma in Northern England: Creating Interventions towards a Better Quality of Life’ and will be working...
S. Sayyid gave a keynote presentation (with Abdoolkarim Vakil from Kings College London) ‘Why Be So Critical’ at The Case for Critical Ancient World Studies Workshop, University of Oxford, 7 September 2020.
Ipek Demir was appointed as the new Director of CERS, the Centre for Ethnicity and Racism Studies, on 1 September 2020.
S. Sayyid presented a talk ‘On Islamophobia, Decolonial Thought, and Critical Muslim Studies’ for the University of California, Berkeley, 25 August 2020.
Paul Bagguley took part in a roundtable on ‘counter- radicalisation, security politics and Islamophobia in the UK and the US’ hosted by the research group on Race, Gender and Sexualities at London South Bank University (LSBU) on Tuesday 28 January 2020.
Adrian Favell spoke to government officers, policy stakeholders and community representatives as an expert panellist at the launch of the annual ESRC University of Essex ‘Understanding Society’ report.
Maria Rovisco co-edited, with Peter Lunt, a special issue of the International Journal of Cultural Studies on 'Performance and Citizenship', Volume 22 Issue 5.
Adrian Favell spoke at the National Pensioners’ Convention annual Pensioners’ Parliament in Blackpool on ‘The Future of Multi-Ethnic Britain: What Went Wrong?’.