Sarah Parker Remond Centre


MPhil & PhD Students

UCL’s School of European Languages, Culture and Society (SELCS) offers a range of Postgraduate Research programmes. Here are our SELCS PhD students currently associated with the centre and working on research projects on race and racism under the supervision of our lecturers.

MPhil and PhD Students  |  Visiting Research Students  |  Racism and Racialisation PhD group

MPhil and PhD Students

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Gabriel Bristow

Project: Don Cherry’s life and music
Year of start: 2019
Supervisors: Prof Paul Gilroy and Dr Daniel Matlin, KCL

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Camille Crichlow

Year of start: 2021
Supervisors: Prof Paul Gilroy and Dr Luke de Noronha

Lana Crowe

Project: 'More than jazz and jiving': An interdisciplinary study of Duke Ellington's synthesis of the arts (working title)
Year of start: 2021
Supervisors: Prof Paul Gilroy and Dr Daniel Matlin, KCL

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Natalie Lucy

Project: Anarchic Spider-Man: The legacy of Anancy and the creation of new identities in the work of Black British writers of the Caribbean diaspora
Year of start: 2018
Supervisors: Prof Paul Gilroy and Dr Hélène Neveu Kringelbach

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Emily Moore

Project: Jazz and Blues in the work of Gayl Jones
Year of start: 2020
Supervisors: Prof Paul Gilroy and Dr Christine (Xine) Yao

Visiting Research Students

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Sofia Victorino

Project: The Contribution of Contemporary Artistic Practices to Decolonise Art Institutions: A Transnational Perspective 
Year of start: 2021
Home University: Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Faculdade de Ciências Sociais e Humanas, Instituto de História Contemporânea
Supervisors: Prof Manuela Ribeiro Sanches and Prof José Neves
Supervisor at UCL: Prof Paul Gilroy