School of Global Studies

Suggested readings

Tolia‐Kelly, D.P., 2017. A day in the life of a Geographer:‘lone’, black, female. Area, 49(3)

Adams, R. (2017) British universities employ no black academics in top roles, figures show

Runnymede Trust, (Runnymede Perspectives)

Andrews, K. (2016) Black Studies University Course Long Overdue

ECU (Equality Challenge Unit) (2015) Equality in higher education: statistical report, staff and students

Shilliam, R. (2015) Black Academia in Britain. The Disorder of Things

Rollock, N. (2016) How much does your university do for racial equality? 

Ahmed, S. (2012) On being included: Racism and diversity in institutional life. Durham & London: Duke University Press

Alexander, C. (2017) Breaking Black: The death of ethnic and racial studies in Britain, Ethnic and Racial Studies, DOI: 10.1080/01419870.2018.1409902

Alexander, C. & Arday, J. (2015) Aiming Higher Race, Inequality and Diversity in the Academy. London: AHRC: Runnymede Trust, (Runnymede Perspectives). London, Common Creative

Arday, J. & Mirza, H. S. (Eds.) (In Press) Dismantling Race in Higher Education: Racism, Whiteness and Decolonising the Academy. London: Palgrave Macmillan

Arday, J. (2017) University and College Union (UCU): Exploring Black and Minority Ethnic (BME)

Doctoral Students’ perceptions of a career in Academia: Experiences, Perceptions and Career Progression. London, Creative Commons

Bhopal, K. (2014) The Experience of BME Academics in Higher Education: aspirations in the face of inequality. Stimulus paper, Leadership Foundation for Higher Education: London

ECU (Equality Challenge Unit) (2016) Equality in Higher Education: Statistical Report Staff. London

Tate, S. A., & Bagguley, P. (2017) Building the anti-racist university: next steps, Race Ethnicity and Education, 20 (3): 289-299

Bhopal, K. and Pitkin, C., 2020. ‘Same old story, just a different policy’: race and policy making in higher education in the UK. Race Ethnicity and Education, 23(4), pp.530-547

Bhopal, K., 2018. White privilege: The myth of a post-racial society. Policy Press