About the series
Racism, Resistance and Social Change is committed to providing a forum for the publication of challenging and innovative scholarship on questions about race, racism and ethnic relations. We have seen intense debate about these issues both globally and within particular geopolitical environments. Our main objective in this series is to provide a forum for scholars from a range of theoretical and political perspectives to publish their work and to develop a dialogue that has an international and multidisciplinary focus. We aim to publish both theoretically driven research as well as research with a more historical and empirical frame.
Authors will be asked to address at least one central theme:
- mapping the changing forms and nature of racism in the contemporary age;
- understanding racism over the longue duree, or re-connecting the present to the past;
- anti-racism as intellectual and social movement.
- Ben Gidley, Citizenship and belonging: East London Jewish Radicals 1903-1918 (2018)
- Simon Peplow, Race and riots in Thatcher’s Britain (Autumn 2018)
- Ali Meghji, The British Black middle classes and cultural consumption (2019)
- Margarita Aragon, African and Mexican American Men and Collective Violence, 1915-1965: Racial problem headaches (2019)
- David Featherstone and Christian Høgsbjerg eds., The Red and the Black: The Russian Revolution and the Black Atlantic (2020)
- David Feathersone, Christian Høgsbjerg and Alan Rice eds., Revolutionary lives of the Red and Black Atlantic (2020)
Series Editors: John Solomos, Warwick University, Satnam Virdee, University of Glasgow and Aaron Winter, University of East London.