Race & Class

Race & Class is the IRR’s quarterly journal on racism, empire and globalisation. For more than three decades, it has established a reputation for the breadth of its analysis, its global outlook and its multidisciplinary approach. Further information on the Race & Class publication

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  • A photo of a fire in Gauteng, South Africa, where residents set foreigners’ shacks on fire in a xenophobic attack in 2008.

    Race & Class, July 2021

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    Neoliberalism, Nativism and Power

    Contributions to the July 2021 issue of Race & Class grapple with the violence of neoliberalism, the workings of racial capitalism, the normalisation of xenophobia from Sangatte to Soweto and the bases for forging necessary unities of struggle.
  • Race & Class, April 2021

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    The April 2021 issue contains important insights on Covid-19, the marginalisation of indigenous groups in Argentina and the lived experiences of half-widows in Kashmir. 
  • A special issue on race, mental health, state violence

    Race & Class, January 2021

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    At a time when mental health is often decontextualised from the structural violence experienced by the most vulnerable in society, this special issue of Race & Class, guest-edited by Monish Bhatia and Eddie Bruce-Jones shows how race, mental health and state violence intersect.
  • Race & Class October 2020

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    The October issue of Race & Class contains key articles that make sense of the crises we are in – of COVID-19, of racist state violence and of global capitalism – and asks, is this a watershed moment?
  • Race & Class July 2020

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    Covid 19 has, asserts the July issue of Race & Class, thrown into relief so many key issues: the essential frailty of advanced capitalism, the potential for the state to control the life and death of citizens, the nature of human solidarity and the way in which we desecrate the planet. Now is the time for taking stock.
  • Race & Class, April 2020

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    The lead article in the April 2020 issue looks at the ‘transnational moral panic’ around the Salvadoran street gang MS-13, which displaces the contradictions of global capitalism to a local and deported relative surplus population.
  • Race & Class, January 2020

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    How can a genuinely anti-racist feminist approach tackle serious sexual violence without demonising entire communities, asks the lead article in the January 2020 issue of Race & Class.
  • Race & Class, October 2019

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    The October issue includes articles on the Sir George Williams student uprisings in Trinidad and Tobago, the construction of White Australia and a landmark piece unpacking the concept of 'white privilege' by Miriyam Aouragh.
  • Race & Class, July 2019

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    As the notion of a Green New Deal rapidly spreads as an answer to capitalism in US and UK media and political circles, our lead article in July 2019 asks if Green capitalism can propose a real solution to the ecological crisis and the human crises of poverty, austerity, immigration and racism.
  • Race & Class, April 2019

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    The April 2019 issue of Race & Class shows how the reinvention of colonialism through the domination of digital technology and transnational flows of securitisation is being met by unique forms of resistance.
  • Race & Class, January 2019

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    This week, the IRR publishes a memorial issue of Race & Class celebrating the lifework of the late Barbara Harlow, Solidarity here and everywhere.
  • Race & Class, October 2018

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    The October 2018 issue of Race & Class brings together pieces on racialising domestic violence, #Grime4Corybyn, the rebranding of C.L.R. James for a neoliberal era and memorial tributes to A. Sivanandan.