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News | CentreSECP director, Dr Nichola Khan, discusses the Afghan migrant experience on BBC Radio

The University of Brighton’s Dr Nichola Khan features on Radio 4’s Thinking Allowed on 6 October 2021, discussing the experience of Afghan migrants in England.   Dr Khan is Reader in Anthropology and Psychology in the School of Humanities and… Continue Reading →

SECP research project updates: DeCol collective, Generation Rewild…

The DeCol Collective Dr Rajapillai and Dr Velickovic co-founded the DeCol Collective with undergraduate students (Hannah Francis, Rebecca Inniss, Annabelle Detain, Mia Henderson and Misti Lekimenju) in the School of Humanities in 2019. Over the last 3 years, DeCol’s work… Continue Reading →

Eco-action in Chichester Harbour; undercover policing; sustainable drainage and more…SECP news September 2021

Raphael Schlembach offers commentary on the Public Inquiry into Undercover Policing The public inquiry into undercover policing in England and Wales was launched by the Home Office in 2015. The public inquiry investigates the police infiltration of hundreds of political campaign… Continue Reading →

Professor Alan Tomlinson writes about his new co-edited book – Populism in Sport, Leisure and Popular Culture

Statement of solidarity with Palestine

The SECP community stands in solidarity with the people of Palestine in their struggle against the occupation of their land by the apartheid regime of Israel. We recognize the Palestinian struggle as an indigenous liberation movement confronting a settler colonial… Continue Reading →

Collaborative research success: museums and digital provision during the CoVID-19 pandemic

Making monographs 13/05/21: Book launch and Q&A

SECP Publication: ‘Arc of the Journeyman: Afghan Migrants in England’ by Nichola Khan

‘Arc of the Journeyman: Afghan Migrants in England’. Book by Nichola Khan “Arc of the Journeyman: Afghan Migrants in England”. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press. ISBN 978-1-5179-0962-8; 288 pages, 2b&w photos, January 2021. Forty years of continuous war and conflict… Continue Reading →

Time to make nature studies a compulsory school subject – before it’s too late?

Centreing Climate Justice in an Age of Covid-19 – Suzanne Dhaliwal

In 2020, the Centre for Spatial, Environmental and Cultural Politics was delighted to host renowned intersectional climate justice activist and creative, Suzanne Dhaliwal, as a Visiting Fellow to the Centre. Suzanne is Co-Founder and Director of UK Tar Sands Network… Continue Reading →

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