Ethnicity and migration in the study of societies and polities
The Centre of Ethnicity and Citizenship, based within SPAIS, recognises the importance of ethnicity and citizenship to the study of contemporary societies and polities, and to prospects for social justice and social cohesion. The Centre has an international reputation – frequently referred to as ‘the Bristol school’ – for its work on multiculturalism, religious identity, Muslim minorities, governance, citizenship, integration, and ethnic inequalities. It combines research into political discourses and socio-economic structures with an interest in everyday practices, culture, and experience on the one hand, and normative theory on the other. In 2019, the Centre marked its 20th anniversary with a major international conference on ‘Multiculturalism, Nationalism, Religions and Secularism’. CSEC edits the Palgrave 'Politics of Identity and Citizenship' book series and the journal 'Ethnicities'.
- Tariq Modood and Thomas Sealy publish a new article in the journal - Religions 17 November 2021
- New article by Samir Sweida-Metwally 1 September 2021
- New book by Thomas Sealy 21 July 2021
‘Contesting the myth of youth cosmopolitanism: are young people really more tolerant or have the boundaries of exclusion merely shifted?’
27 January 2022, 5.00 PM
Why does Latin American interculturalism oppose multiculturalism?
10 February 2022, 5.00 PM
Racial Formation in England: A critical analysis of the Sewell report
24 February 2022, 5.00 PM
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