The Centre for Law, Race, Gender and Sexuality adopts a critical, interdisciplinary and intersectional approach to legal scholarship which is theoretical as well as practical and grounded.
The Centre is committed to creating connections with and between researchers whose work is concerned with the interface between law and the body, and particularly in exploring the complex relationship between law, race, gender and sexuality.
We are based in the University of Westminster Law School and are made up of a community of PhD researchers and interested academics.
We are committed to debating, disseminating scholarship and networking with non-academics, activists, NGOs and policy-makers. Please connect with us via email or via social media if you wish to get in touch with us.
The Centre for Law, Gender, Race and Sexuality has created conversations around many topics including trafficking, fatherhood and homophobia.
- Anna Chronopoulou, ‘The “Non-favourite”: Neo-tribal Sexualities on Celluloid’, (2020) AJL 6(2) 151
- Simon Flacks, ‘Law, Necropolitics and the Stop and Search of Young People’ (2020) Theoretical Criminology, 24(2), 387–405.
- Harriet Samuels, ‘The Archers, The Radio, Violence against Women and Changing the World at Teatime'. [email protected], (2020) 9 (2)
- Victoria Brooks, Greer’s ‘bad sex’ and the future of consent, Sexuality and Culture (2019) 24, 903-921.
Reading Group Series
This is a programme of events hosted by the Centre for Law, Gender, Race and Sexuality with the aim of opening up discussions around the intersection of law, gender, race and sexuality by reading a book or a chapter of a book which prompts discussion of these themes.
Find out more about the Reading Group Series.
Centre for Law, Gender, Race and Sexuality, 32/38 Wells Street, London W1T 3UW