Northern Exposure

Race, Nation and Disaffection in 'Ordinary' Towns and Cities after Brexit

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Northern Exposure

Race, Nation and Disaffection in "Ordinary" Towns and Cities after Brexit

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Northern Exposure

Race, Nation and Disaffection in "Ordinary" Towns and Cities after Brexit

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Northern Exposure

Race, Nation and Disaffection in "Ordinary" Towns and Cities after Brexit

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The North of England has played a central role in debates about the causes and consequences of the Brexit referendum, especially in the widespread perception of a divided Britain. Northern Exposure: Race, Nation and Disaffection in “Ordinary” Towns and Cities after Brexit, is a major social science project which will examine the implications of Brexit on race relations, new migrations and Northerners’ sense of place and belonging.

The Northern Exposure project is part of ESRC’s ‘Governance after Brexit’ programme, which is working closely with the UK in a Changing Europe initiative to maximise the wider impact of  long term research on Brexit. You can learn more about the project here.

Download our report on Class, Race and Inequality in Northern Towns (Northern Exposure/Runnymede) under 'Project publications' on our RESOURCES page.
Project Publications
Watch our seminar series on post-Brexit politics in the North, including talks and discussion with leading authors and commentators
Seminar series
Northern Exposure collaborated with the Runnymede Foundation and leading scholars and activists on race and multiculturalism in the UK, in a special online discussion on the 20+1 year anniversary of the landmark report of the Commission on the Future of Multi-Ethnic Britain (2000). With Bhikhu Parekh, Simon Woolley, Halima Begum, Varun Oberoi and Tariq Modood.
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