Race and Class, January 2018
The January 2018 issue of Race & Class is now available.
How, asks the January issue of Race & Class, are the principles of neoliberalism reinforced through the racial dimensions of governance, the criminal justice system and the media?
- Remembering Balfour: empire, race and propaganda by Dan Freeman-Maloy
- Just wars of accumulation: the Salamanca School, race and colonial capitalism by Ashley J. Bohrer
- Racism, fines and fees and the US carceral state by Elizabeth Jones
- The ‘Greferendum’ and the Eurozone crisis in the Danish daily press by Yiannis Mylonas and Matina Noutsou.
- Whitechapel Boy by Chris Searle
- Lammy Review: without racial justice, can there be trust? By Liz Fekete
- Lammy Review: will it change outcomes in the criminal justice system? By Lee Bridges
- CARF: the life and times of a frontline magazine by Jenny Bourne
- Refusing refuge by Frances Webber
- The Rise of the Arab American Left by Pamela Pennock (Fouad Moughrabi)
- Policing the Planet: why the policing crisis led to Black Lives Matter edited by Jordan T. Camp and Christina Heatherton (Jon Burnett)
- What is Islamaphobia? Racism, social movements and the state edited by Narzanin Massoumi, Tom Mills and David Miller (Shereen Fernandez)
- The Revolt of the Black Athlete: 50th anniversary edition by Harry Edwards (Braham Dabscheck)
- The Bone Readers by Jacob Ross (Chris Searle)
Free access to all four 2017 issues of Race & Class, available to download here