Race, Nation and Migration

This blog series, launched in February 2021, reframes thinking on the relationship between (im)mobilites, race and the national. Curated by Julia O’Connell Davidson and Bridget Anderson it brings together ten key scholars whose work examines the connections between these three areas. The series highlights the need to understand these connections in order to redress historic and contemporary injustice, tackle racism and affect systemic change in immigration and citizenship regimes.

Mural in Roma Sur, Mexico City (image: Alejandro Cartagena on Unsplash).

  • MMB good reads on race, nation and migration
    A new blog series reframing thinking on movement and racism. Introduced by Julia O’Connell Davidson and Bridget Anderson. Not so long ago, many liberal thinkers in countries of the global north were comfortable narrating the story of liberal societies as a romance in which enlightened heroes gradually overcame the forces of barbarism. It was a […]