About Remi Joseph-Salisbury
Before moving into his current position, Remi completed his doctorate in Sociology at the University of Leeds. Inspired by Critical Race Theory, his thesis explored the lived experiences of young Black mixed-race men in the UK and the US, particularly in the context of secondary schooling.
Remi is a founding member of the Critical Race and Ethnicities Network, and a Trustee for the Racial Justice Network. A committed activist, Remi regularly writes for online and print media, as well as presenting at national and international events.
Remi has begun publishing his work in national and international journals, as well as in academic books.
Drawing upon and developing his doctoral research with Black mixed-race men, Remi is currently working on his first monograph. He is also co-editing a forthcoming edited collection exploring the future of anti-racism in the aftermath of Brexit and the election of Donald Trump.
Remi also has a number of forthcoming publications that explore the schooling experiences of Black mixed-race men, the role of Black mixed-race men's families, race and masculinity, and racism and racial microaggressions in Higher Education.