• partnership with the European university institute

    partnership with the European university institute

    Edge Hill University has exchanged letters with the European University Institute (EUI) in Florence to establish a new research partnership for the project, MONITOR Global Intelligence on Racism. MONITOR is a multi-media magazine that brings the insights of research on racism to global public debate. The ICR will be the centre of the partnership at […]

  • new international Expert TEAM

    new international Expert TEAM

    The ICR will launch in the autumn of 2019 with an international team of experts on race. The team were recruited to provide expertise on a diversity of racisms. Members of the Centre include the Surviving Society podcast team, Chantelle Lewis and Tissot Regis, alongside the Co-Editor of Current Sociology, Karim Murji, and the Joint […]

  • PKC millins lecture

    PKC millins lecture

    The ICR announces the inaugural PKC Millins laureate. The first PKC Millins laureate will be Professor Satnam Virdee from the University of Glasgow. The Millins Lectures honour scholars who are providing new thinking about race on a big canvas. Professor Virdee’s work tackles the relationship between race, class, and the making of the world that […]

  • islamophobia & surveillance book launch

    islamophobia & surveillance book launch

    On 16 October 2019, the ICR will open its doors for the first time with the launch of Islamophobia and Surveillance: Genealogies of a Global Order. Investigating the origins of the 21st century world-system for spying on Muslims, the book traverses the religious wars of early modern Europe, colonial India, and the War on Terror. […]

  • CENTRE launch

    CENTRE launch

    The ICR opens its doors in October 2019. Join us for our events on Islamophobia and antisemitism this autumn. Click here for details. Image: “Giuditta decapita Oloferne” by Artemisia Gentileschi, c. 1620, Gli Uffizi, Florence.