Evelyn Ruppert and Francisca Gromme also published an article in Science & Technology Studies: Imagining Citizens as More than Data Subjects: A Methodography of a Collaborative Design Workshop on Co-producing Official Statistics.
Jennifer Fleetwood has had a chapter published in The Oxford Handbook of Ethnographies of Crime and Criminal Justice on Narrative Criminology and Ethnography.
Corine van Emmerik has had a chapter published: Aesthetics from the Interstices. The making of a Home in a Palestinian Refugee Camp. In ‘Everydayness. Contemporary Aesthetic Approaches,’ 2021. Published by Roma Tre-press & University of Prešov, Faculty of Arts.
Vik Loveday’s research on luck was cited in a recent article in The Washington Post.
A new podcast ‘Decoding Culture’ has just been published. It features Les Back on the Art of Listening. The book ‘Migrant City’ written by Shamser Sinha and Les Back has just been translated into Japanese. It also has a new Preface based on interviews with the participants about living through the Covid 19 Pandemic. This was given as a talk entitled ‘The Migrant City and the Covid 19 Pandemic’, on 14th December 2021 at City, Public Space & Body.
Les Back has just submitted a new book called The Unfinished Politics of Race: Histories of Political Participation, Migration, and Multiculturalism with Michael Keith, Kalbir Shukra and John Solomos, which will be published by Cambridge University Press next year.Les has also just published an essay in the next edition of Soundings: ‘When you score you’re English, when you miss you’re Black’: Euro 2020 and the Racial Politics of a Penalty Shoot Out; Les Back and Kelly Mills. This is a lovely collaboration with Goldsmiths student, Kelly Mills, who did her undergraduate degree at Goldsmiths and is currently undertaking an MSc in Social Research. The essay will also be translated into Japanese.
Martin Savransky gave an online talk on his new book project, The Murmurs of the Outside: Subaltern Ecologies and Speculative Methodologies of Life at the Department of Geography, University of Bristol, on 3 November.
Martin also discussed his recently published book, Around the Day in Eighty Worlds (Duke University Press, 2021), at Diffrakt: Centre for Theoretical Periphery, in Berlin on Monday 8 November.
Martin Savransky delivered a workshop on How to Do (Speculative) Things with Stories at Diffrakt: Centre for Theoretical Periphery, in Berlin on Monday 8 November.
Nirmal Puwar has participated in several UK City of Culture events through collaborations with colleagues at Warwick University. This has included: Boliyan and Activism with Ravi Thiara and Preet Grewal; Sampling Sounds of the Future (29 Oct 2021, Common Ground Cafe, Coventry) with Noortje Marres and Naomi Waltham-Smith; Keynote on Space Invaders: Race, Gender and Bodies Out of Place (Freie University, Berlin, 4 Nov 2021); Screening + Discussion of Unravelling at the Coventry-Dresden Exchange, Litten Tree Building (Coventry, 17 Nov 2021).
With colleagues Emily Grabham (Kent), Dawn Lyon (Kent), Corine van Emmerik (Goldsmiths), Chloe Turner (Goldsmiths) and artists Paula Varjack and Chuck Blue Lowry, Beckie Coleman is involved in launching an artist response to their research on Covid-19, time and feelings on 21 December at 13.31. The mobile visual experience was made in collaboration with students at a local girl’s secondary school and Clare Stanhope.
Fauzia Ahmad gave a presentation based on her research to a group called ‘Soul Connexions’ on 5 December at Marylebone School, Marylebone. The presentation was entitled The British Muslim Marriage Crisis.
Nirmal Puwar will be on the panel discussion for the exhibition at Compton Verney Gallery on Masterji on 15th February 2021.