Race & Class, April 2010

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The April 2010 edition of the journal Race & Class leads with two articles analysing Europe’s incarceration of ‘foreign’ prisoners, the first by Liz Fekete and Frances Webber, the second by Luk Vervaet; it also includes Jeremy Seabrook’s account of marginal lives in the city of Barisal, Bangladesh.

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The April 2010 edition of the journal Race & Class leads with two articles analysing Europe’s incarceration of ‘foreign’ prisoners, the first by Liz Fekete and Frances Webber, the second by Luk Vervaet; it also includes Jeremy Seabrook’s account of marginal lives in the city of Barisal, Bangladesh.

Articles

Foreign nationals, enemy penology and the criminal justice system by Liz Fekete and Frances Webber

The violence of incarceration: a response from mainland Europe by Luk Vervaet

In the city of hunger: Barisal, Bangladesh by Jeremy Seabrook

‘Reciprocal recognitions’: race, class and subjectivity in Tony Harrison’s The Loiners by Colin Nicholson

Military Keynesianism today: an innovative discourse by Peter Custers

Commentary

Captive labour: asylum seekers, migrants and employment in UK immigration removal centres by Jon Burnett and Fidelis Chebe

Reviews

Hot, Flat and Crowded: why we need a green revolution and how it can renew America By THOMAS FRIEDMAN reviewed by Jerry Harris

Swing from a Small Island: the story of Leslie Thompson By LESLIE THOMPSON and JEFFREY GREEN reviewed by Andy Simons

Critical Race Theory and Education: a Marxist response: By MIKE COLE by Maria Papapolydorou

Race & Class is published quarterly, in January, April, July and October, by Sage Publications for the Institute of Race Relations; individual subscriptions are £27/$47, for four issues, with an introductory rate of £20/$35 for new subscribers.

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Race & Class: a journal on racism, empire and globalisation