Prof Gargi Bhattacharyya


NameProf Gargi Bhattacharyya
Job titleProfessor in Sociology
Email addressg.bhattacharyya@uel.ac.uk
Research instituteSchool of Education & Communities

Research outputs

Revisiting histories of anti-racist thought and activism

Bhattacharyya, G., Virdee, S and Winter, A. 2019. Revisiting histories of anti-racist thought and activism. Identities: Global Studies in Culture and Power. 27 (1), pp. 1-19.

The poetics of justice: aphorism and chorus as modes of anti-racism

Bhattacharyya, G. 2019. The poetics of justice: aphorism and chorus as modes of anti-racism. Identities. 27 (1), pp. 53-70.

Revisiting ‘common-sense’ in a time of cultivated ignorance – a conversation with Errol Lawrence

Bhattacharyya, G. 2019. Revisiting ‘common-sense’ in a time of cultivated ignorance – a conversation with Errol Lawrence. Identities. 27 (1), pp. 114-131.

Conflict, Memory, Displacement

Forkert, Kirsten, Bhattacharyya, G., Graham, Janna and Oliveri, Federico 2018. Conflict, Memory, Displacement. The University of East London. doi:10.15123/DATA.00000216

Go home?: The politics of immigration controversies

Jones, Hannah, Gunaratnam, Yasmin, Bhattacharyya, G., Davies, William, Dhaliwal, Sukhwant, Forkert, Kirsten, Jackson, Emma and Saltus, Roiyah 2017. Go home?: The politics of immigration controversies. Manchester Manchester University Press.

Crisis, Austerity, and Everyday Life: Living in a Time of Diminishing Expectations

Bhattacharyya, G. 2015. Crisis, Austerity, and Everyday Life: Living in a Time of Diminishing Expectations. Palgrave Macmillan.

Racialized consciousness and class mobilizations

Bhattacharyya, G. 2015. Racialized consciousness and class mobilizations. Ethnic and Racial Studies. 38 (13), pp. 2244-2250.

RereadingThe Empire Strikes Back

Bhattacharyya, G. 2014. RereadingThe Empire Strikes Back. Ethnic and Racial Studies. 37 (10), pp. 1802-1807.

Narrative pleasure in Homeland: The competing femininities of “rogue agents” and “terror wives”

Bhattacharyya, G. 2013. Narrative pleasure in Homeland: The competing femininities of “rogue agents” and “terror wives”. in: The Routledge Companion to Media & Gender Routledge.
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