Blind Justice & Blinding Crime: Thinking with Stuart Hall

All are invited to attend the first Quilting Points Research Seminar, in which we will explore the relationship between race and representation in the 21st century. Our special guest speaker Nisha Kapoor is Lecturer in Sociology at the University of York. Nisha’s research is focused on critical race theory and the racial state, as well as racial neoliberalism and the War on Terror. Nisha is visiting Leeds to present her ongoing research on the theme of Extradition, Racism, Rights, and Resistance in Terrorising Times, and linking it with Stuart Hall's work on race, crime and representation in Policing the Crisis.

Blind Justice & Blinding Crime

Thinking with Stuart Hall

Nisha Kapoor

4:30pm, 10th of March 2016 (LHRI Seminar Room 1, 21–31 Clarendon Place)

All are invited to attend the first Quilting Points Research Seminar, in which we will explore the relationship between race and representation in the 21st century. Our special guest speaker Nisha Kapoor is Lecturer in Sociology at the University of York. Nisha’s research is focused on critical race theory and the racial state, as well as racial neoliberalism and the War on Terror. Nisha is visiting Leeds to present her ongoing research on the theme of Extradition, Racism, Rights, and Resistance in Terrorising Times, and linking it with Stuart Hall's work on race, crime and representation in Policing the Crisis.

We look forward to seeing you there.

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