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2024 series events

Understanding the Coloniality of Justice at the Pre-trial Stage in Brazil

Tuesday 18 June 2024

Dr Omar Phoenix Khan (University of Bath) presents this Race and Justice seminar.

Destination UK: Asylum Destination Factors as Technologies of Subjectivisation

Thursday 13 June 2024

Tesfalem Yemane presents this seminar.

Spitting Truth(s) to Power: Rap Music as Evidence of Racial Injustice

Thursday 30 May 2024

Lambros Fatsis is a Senior Lecturer in Criminology at City, University of London specialising on the history of police racism and the criminalisation of Black/Afro-diasporic music(s) from the era of colonial slavery to the present day.

The Law of Racial Resentment

Thursday 16 May 2024

Speaker: Dr Yuvraj Joshi (Brooklyn Law School, New York) Discussant: Dr Aaron Winter (Lancaster University, Sociology Department)

“This is a court of law, not of justice”: Reflections from court-watching the criminalisation of people seeking asylum in the UK

Wednesday 24 April 2024

Join us for this seminar with Victoria Taylor discussing a paper focussing on ten months of ethnographic court-watching in criminal courts across the British South Coast.

On the peculiar absence of race from zemiology

Thursday 11 April 2024

In this race and justice seminar we are joined by Dr Ed Wright to discuss their paper on race in the study of social harm, or zemiology.

'Bringing Order to Border’: liberal and illiberal racism, technocracy, and postcolonial borders in the English Channel

Wednesday 27 March 2024

In this seminar, we will discuss the interaction of two sets of fantasies that are advanced by politicians and mainstream political parties in the UK to 'stop the boats'.

Status Enforcing Criminal Laws

Friday 15 March 2024

For the next seminar in our Race and justice series, we'll be joined by Professor Jamelia Morgan, an award-winning and acclaimed scholar.