Interview with Dr James Esson from RACE: The Taylor and Francis award, football related trafficking and race in geography

Dr James Esson (Loughborough University) was interviewed for the Royal Geographical Society/Institute of British Geographers ‘Geography now’ podcast. This year, he received the RGS-IBG Taylor & Francis Award “for sustained contributions to teaching and learning in higher education, particularly through the RACE Working Group“. James talked to Helena Parsons about race issues in British geography and the work of the RACE Working Group, and about his research on West African migration and football related human trafficking.

More about this interview on the RGS-IBG site.

You can read more about James Esson’s work on his page at Loughborough University.

Also check out the growing Teaching section of the RACE website.

 

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