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Race, faith and identity

Our research explores a wide range of theoretical, philosophical and experiential approaches to understandings of race, ethnicity, faith and identity in education and society. The intersectionality of race, class, gender, culture and religion underpin our research, publications and presentations. Our pedagogic approach to research and teaching focuses on educating students, communities and government bodies of their involvement in misrecognised acts of oppression and privilege in an effort to address, reduce and eradicate inequality.

We are interested in ways of effectuating social justice through exposing and addressing the challenges and experiences of ‘othering’ that Black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME), indigenous and faith adherent people experience in pursuit of equality, fairness and equity in their education and daily lives.