Department of Sociology and Identities public lecture
Date: Wednesday 30 May 2012
Venue: Sheikh Zayed Theatre, New Academic Building
Speaker: Professor Paul Gilroy
Chair: Dr Claire Alexander
In a re-launch for the journal Identities: global studies in culture and power, Professor Paul Gilroy reflects on contemporary issues and challenges around identity, multiculturalism and race in Britain.
Paul Gilroy is the Anthony Giddens Chair in Social Theory in the Department of
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