Our work comprises six overlapping research specialisms exploring long-term changes in ethnic identity.
This helps us to understand inequality found in economic, political, sociological and health research, and to connect qualitative and quantitative approaches to these changes.
Our research areas also inform some of the projects our researchers undertake, and these are highlighted under the relevant specialism.
We're examining how categories of ethnicity have been constructed and evolved.
Our work is exploring the points at which differences of ethnicity or religion matter in everyday encounters.
This research examines inequalities in health among ethnic groups and the crucial determinants of these inequalities.
We're seeking to understand how ethnic inequalities are driven by socioeconomic factors and political opportunity structures.