Race & Class

(The TQCC of Race & Class is 1. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-06-01 to 2024-06-01.)
The racial constitution of neoliberalism32
Theorising ‘racial/colonial primitive accumulation’: settler colonialism, slavery and racial capitalism23
Anti-Asian violence and US imperialism22
Global capitalism post-pandemic21
The psychologisation of counter-extremism: unpacking PREVENT19
‘Fight the reds, support the blue’: Blue Lives Matter and the US counter-subversive tradition14
Terrorcraft: empire and the making of the racialised terrorist threat12
Notes on policing, racism and the Covid-19 pandemic in the UK12
Revisiting ‘resilience’ in light of racism, ‘othering’ and resistance10
Policing in Europe: disability justice and abolitionist intersectional care9
Racing the nation: towards a theory of reproductive racism9
Islamophobia in Myanmar: the Rohingya genocide and the ‘war on terror’8
Racism, radicalisation and Europe’s ‘Thin Blue Line’8
Racial surveillance and the mental health impacts of electronic monitoring on migrants8
Structural violence and hope in catastrophic times: from Camus’ The Plague to Covid-197
An alternative world: a perspective from the North on racism and migration6
Angelo Soliman: desecrated bodies and the spectre of Enlightenment racism6
Sentenced for the season: Jamaican migrant farmworkers on Okanagan orchards6
An anatomy of the British war on woke6
Stigma and segregation: containing the Roma of Údol, Czech Republic5
Coercion and compliance: the politics of the ‘hostile environment’5
The 2022 Conservative leadership campaign and post-racial gatekeeping5
Covid-19 and the marginalisation of indigenous groups in Argentina5
Civilisational racism, ethnonationalism and the clash of imperialisms in Ukraine5
Time, torture and Manus Island: an interview with Behrouz Boochani and Omid Tofighian5
‘This is what a radical intervention could look like’: an interview with Barbara Ransby4
Who is behind the ‘war on woke’: an interview with Ralph Wilson and Isaac Kamola4
Half-widows: silent victims of the Kashmir conflict4
Palestinian leadership and the contemporary significance of the First Intifada4
‘County lines’: racism, safeguarding and statecraft in Britain4
Israel’s settler-colonialism as a global security paradigm3
‘Blue Lives Matter’ and the legacy of blackface minstrelsy3
Moralising racial regimes: surveillance and control after Singapore’s ‘Little India riots’3
South Africa: from apartheid to xenophobia3
Colonial legacies and racial hierarchies in the global economy: a review article2
Britain and the repression of Black Power in the 1960s and ‘70s2
Baptised by fire: an interview with Suresh Grover2
Abolishing institutional racism2
Does the United States owe reparations to Somalia?1
Torrens Title: property, race and (infra)structures of feeling in the settler colony1
Mental health and death in custody: the Angiolini Review1
Connecting the dots in systems of domination and violence: a conversation1
The conflict between national and transnational power: the Russian trap1
The Digital Tech Deal: a socialist framework for the twenty-first century1
Britain’s authoritarian turn1
Impunity entrenched: the erosion of human rights in the UK1
A promise of listening: migrant justice and the London Permanent Peoples’ Tribunal1
IRR50 and the revolutionary act1
Carceral islands: the rise of the Danish deportation archipelago1
Cedric J. Robinson, Black radicalism and the abolition of Europe1
Notes on exhaustionism, the latest moment of the global organic crisis1
Review: The Book of Trespass: crossing the lines that divide us1
Radical internationalism and shifts in the global order1
Let us entertain you: paramilitary songs and the politics of loyalist cultural production in Northern Ireland1
Trade unions negotiating the Swedish model: racial capitalism, whiteness and the invisibility of race1
Policing rights in the UK 2022: an audit1
Reconsidering Reparations By Olúfẹmi O. Táíwò1
The racialisation of British citizenship1
Anti-fascism – a new horizon1