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‘The Northern ‘race riots’ of the summer of 2001 – were they riots, were they racial? A case-study of the events in Harehills, Leeds

‘The Northern ‘race riots’ of the summer of 2001 – were they riots, were they racial? A case-study of the events in Harehills, Leeds’ Paper (work in progress) presented to the BSA Race and Ethnicity Study Group Seminar on ‘Parallel Lives and Polarisation’, City University, London, 18th May 2002 Download as .pdf file

‘The Struggle for “Community” in a British Multi-Ethnic Inner City Area – Paradise in the Making’



‘The Struggle for “Community” in a British Multi-Ethnic Inner City Area – Paradise in the Making’

(Llampeter and New York: The Edwin Mellen) (Publication date November 2002) Download as .pdf document

‘The values of change in Higher Education’ in Why Social Science Matters

Farrar, Max (2009) ‘The values of change in Higher Education’ in Why Social Science Matters, 1, March Download as .pdf

2001: ‘Riots’, or violent urban protests, in four northern English cities

The so-called northern ‘riots’ in 2001 were, in my view, a turning point in British society. For the first time, British Muslims (the protagonists were mainly, but by no means exclusively, Muslims) engaged in violent protest against racists and discriminatory policing in forms that were reminiscent of the ‘riots’ led by British African and Caribbean […]