Ash Amin

Ash Amin
Ash Amin

1931 Chair of Geography, Cambridge University

Professor of Geography at the University of Cambridge and vice-president of the British Academy, he is an expert in urban studies, globalisation, migrations and multiculturalism. He has been awarded the Royal Geographical Society’s Edward Heath Prize for his contribution to research on Europe, and was also appointed as a Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (CBE). He is founder and co-editor of the Review of International Political Economy and associate editor of City. Among his recent works are Land of Strangers (Polity Press, 2012), and he has co-edited with Philip Howell Releasing the Commons: Rethinking the Futures of the Commons (Routledge, 2016) and, with Nigel Thrift, Seeing Like a City (Polity, 2016).

Update: 22 June 2018

Contents

Apartheid

Publications

Apartheid

The South African mirror

The European Project and the Challenge of Disaffection

Videos

The European Project and the Challenge of Disaffection

Europe: From Hope to Disaffection

Reinventing Democracy in Europe

Videos

Reinventing Democracy in Europe

For a New Politics of Common Interest

Reinventing Democracy in Europe

Videos

Reinventing Democracy in Europe

Democracy at Stake: The Populist Temptation

Impurity. Racial Impurity: a Blocked Dream

Videos

Impurity. Racial Impurity: a Blocked Dream

Lecture by Ash Amin

Has participated in

Europe: From Hope to Disaffection

Debate

Europe: From Hope to Disaffection

A Mediterranean View

Reinventing Democracy in Europe

Debate

Reinventing Democracy in Europe

For a New Politics of Common Interest

Living with Diversity

Debate

Living with Diversity

For a Politics of Hope in Europe

Racial Impurity: a Blocked Dream

Debate

Impurity

Racial Impurity: a Blocked Dream

Lecture by Ash Amin

Local Racism, Global Apartheid

Debate

Local Racism, Global Apartheid

South Africa as a paradigm