Fight, Flee or Join: the White British response to ethnic change – Eric Kaufmann’s Project Homepage

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Project Description

For information, please contact Eric Kaufmann

Upcoming 

    • “The ‘Left Behind’? Reconciling individual and aggregate UK Independence Party voting”, at Elections, Public Opinion and Politics (ePop) conference, University of Kent, 9 Sept
    • Does Diversity Produce Hostility? A Meta Analysis, at Elections, Public Opinion and Politics (ePop) conference, University of Kent, 9 Sept
    • Addressing All-Parliamentary Group on Integration, 5 September
    • ‘Does Diversity Produce White Hostility?: A Meta Analysis,’ in theme panel on “The Rise of the Radical Right in Europe after the Migrant Crisis and Paris,” American Political Science Association meetings, Philadelphia, Sept 1-4

Recent

Media Coverage

Working Papers

Previous Presentations and Articles

Project Charts and Graphs

Project-Sponsored Events

Ritula Shah, BBC Radio 4 ‘The World Tonight’ presenter, introduction.
Eric Kaufmann, Department of Politics, Birkbeck College, University of London, UK: ‘White Flight and White Nationalism in England: is there a connection?’
John Logan, Department of Sociology, Brown University, USA: ‘White Mobility Patterns in the metropolitan US’
Marcel Lubbers, Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences, Utrecht University, Netherlands: ‘Anti-immigration and the Radical Right in Geographic Context’

Roundtable Programme and Prospectus

Papers from the Roundtable:

‘Decreasing segregation and increasing integration in England and Wales: what evidence of ‘White flight’?’, Dr. Gemma Catney, University of Liverpool, School of Environmental Sciences slides for presentation

‘White Flight and White Nationalism in England: is there a connection?,’ Professor Eric Kaufmann, Birkbeck College, University of London, Department of Politics  slides for presentation

‘The Far Right, Class and Opposition to Immigration,’ Dr. Gareth Harris, Birkbeck College, University of London, Department of Politics  slides for presentation

‘What does history have to say about the ‘white working class’?’, Dr. Rebecca Taylor, Department of History and Classics, Birkbeck College, University of London, Department of Politics

Links

Demos: Patriotism and Pride’ Project (Max Wind-Cowie); Violence and Extremism Project (Jamie Bartlett)

Dr. Matthew Goodwin’s Page (following the radical right in Britain, North America and Europe)

Ethnicity.ac.uk – facts and figures about ethnic difference and inequality in the UK (out of CCSR, U. Manchester)

University of Manchester, Cathie Marsh Centre, Population, Ethnicity, Migration (PERM) Group also Minority Internal Migration in Europe Conference (PERM)

Extremis Project – news and views on the radical right

Oxford Diversity Project

U.S. Urban Research Ethnic Change Maps, 2000-2010

Brown University US 2010 Site segregation page

John Iceland’s Penn State Changing American Neighborhoods and Communities Site

ECPR Standing Group on Extremism and Democracy

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