Anti-Racism Resources from The University of Bristol
Research at The University of Bristol
A collection of some of the research published by University of Bristol researchers around race, racism and anti-racism.
The erasures of racism in education and international development
Biofictions: Race, Genetics and the Contemporary Novel
'Difference', Cultural Racism and Anti-Racism
Racial microaggressions and perceptions of Internet memes
Amanda Williams, Clio Olivera, Katherine Aumerb and Chanel Meyers
Ethnicity, inequality, and perceived electoral fairness
Anaïd Flesken, Jakob Hartl
Slavery and the Revival of Anti-slavery Activism
Laura Brace, Julia O'Connell Davidson
Race on The Wire: A Metacritical Account
Britain’s History and Memory of Transatlantic Slavery: Local Nuances of a ‘National Sin’
Jessica Moody, Ryan Hanley, Katie Donington
A systematic review of studies examining the relationship between reported racism and health and...
Naomi Priest, Yin Paradies, Brigid Trenerry, Mandy Truong, Saffron Karlsen, Yvonne Kelly
Humour, rhetoric and racism : a sociological critique of racist humour
S. J Weaver
This new development programme is designed to support all of us on our journey towards becoming an anti-racist University.
A talk by University of Bristol PhD student, Matt Jacobs
Until the end of June, Bristol University Press are offering free ebooks and a 50% discount on books on their race and ethnicity reading list.
Watch interviews and read articles about anti-Racism in Bristol, including an interview with local historian David Olusoga.