Sarah Parker Remond Centre


Sarah Parker Remond Centre

The UCL Sarah Parker Remond Centre for the Study of Racism and Racialisation explores the impact of racism - scientific, metaphysical and cultural.

Part of the UCL Institute of Advanced Studies, we work closely with many partners on-site to provide a focal point for scholarship, teaching and public engagement activities that are addressed to various problems of racial inequality and hierarchy.



Highlighting important research and conversations on racism and racialisation, with contributions from academics, activists and cultural practitioners

Perspectives seminar series

Perspectives on Racialisation, Gender & Feminist Methodologies seminar series

Perspectives on Racialisation, Gender & Feminist Methodologies seminar series 2022-23, organised by Dr Gala Rexer


MA Race, Ethnicity & Postcolonial Studies

Exploring processes of racialisation, racialised experience and racism in gloabl, trans-historical and multidisciplinary ways

Sasha Huber, The Firsts – Sarah Parker Remond, 2021_8x5

The Firsts – Sarah Parker Remond

A commissioned portrait, from multidisciplinary visual artist-researcher Sasha Huber, commemorating the remarkable life of Sarah Parker Remond (1826–1894)

SPR plaque

Sarah Parker Remond plaque unveiling

The amazing 19th century freedom fighter, intellectual and doctor has been honoured with a Nubian Jak plaque

UCL South Wing


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Racism and Racialisation PhD group

The Racism and Racialisation PhD group is comprised of UCL postgraduate research students working on issues surrounding race and racism



The SPRC is committed to the production of new, historically-informed, critical knowledge addressed to some of the most urgent social and political questions of our time