Thursday 21st June 2018, 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM @ St. Margaret’s House, 21 Old Ford Road, London E2 9P
Dr. Sadiah Qureshi’s lecture is the second of three ‘Summer lectures on Inequality’ from The IF Project.
Dr. Qureshi is Senior Lecturer in Modern History at The University of Birmingham. Her research explores the ways in which racialised knowledge is produced, circulated and mobilised in the modern world.
Dr Qureshi is particularly interested in how such knowledge is used to create hierarchies of value between peoples and the legacies of past discrimination in relationship to contemporary issues of equity and social justice.
Dr Qureshi’s first book, Peoples on Parade (2011), provided the first substantial survey of the commercial exhibition of displayed peoples in nineteenth-century Britain.
Want more information?
The IF Project’s three Summer lectures are being held in preparation for a free 8-week course taking place across September and October 2018, entitled ‘Inequality: The Brief History’.
The course will explore inequality with historians, writers, artists and philosophers. You can apply to take the course here.
Tickets are free. All are welcome.