Paul Gilroy

Paul Gilroy is Professor of the Humanities at University College London and Founding Director of the Sarah Parker Remond Centre for the Study of Racism and Racialisation.

We live in a world, as Stuart Hall put it, in which one can be just as ‘committed’ a revolutionary as Marx or Lenin, but ‘every now and then – Saturday mornings, perhaps, just before the demonstration...

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Adam Lively, 10 March 1994

In The Morris Book (1907), a work that did much to foster the 20th-century revival of interest in English folk dancing, Cecil Sharp both acknowledges and attempts to repress the hybrid,...

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