CoDE News: November 2022

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Confronting Racism Denial: Public lecture

5-6.30pm, Weds 7 December 2022

Join Professor Camara Jones for her public lecture: Confronting Racism Denial. Professor Jones is a family physician and epidemiologist whose work focuses on naming, measuring, and addressing the impacts of racism on health and well-being. She is currently a Leverhulme Visiting Professor at King's College London and we are delighted to be hosting her lecture. Full details to follow.


Brick Lane, curry and the delivery economy

In this article for OnLondon, Sean Carey argues that companies such as Deliveroo might be more of a problem than a solution for East London's dining sector. 



Early Career Race Network meeting

12-4.15pm, Weds 7 December 2022, Manchester/online

Are you an early career researcher with an interest in race and/or ethnicity? Join the first in-person meeting of the CoDE early career research network, for discussion, networking and inspiration. Some funding available for accommodation and travel. We have already shared this event with current early career network members, so there are just a handful of places left: book a place now. (Waiting list available.)

Watch again

Title page from Pyar's seminar - see link for full title

'Racialized medical diagnoses, policing & the case of excited delirium' 

Watch the recording of our recent seminar from Pyar Seth (Johns Hopkins University). Pyar uses the example of 'excited delirium' to show how and when medical diagnoses can find their way into policing. 

In the media

'When an organisation is institutionally racist, let's at least have the courage to say so' comment piece in the i by Keir Monteith KC, one of the authors of the recent report on racism in the UK justice system

'UK doubles down on a tactic disproportionately targeting Black people' Jane Bradley's investigation into the use of controversial 'joint enterprise' legislation also cites our report on racism in the judiciary and quotes Patrick Williams on its use against Black people. In the New York Times.

Academic articles and papers

If you hit a paywall, please just ask the author for a free to access version. 

Outside belonging: a discursive analysis of British South Asian (BSA) Muslim women’s experiences of being ‘Othered’ in local spaces - Rashida Bibi in Ethnic and Racial Studies.
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