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Suke Wolton

Suke Wolton

(BA MSc DPhil)

Post:
Regents Park College Lecturer in Politics, Regents Park College
Email:
suke.wolton@regents.ox.ac.uk
Phone:
+44 (0) 770 935 2834
College:
Regent's Park College

Books:

Lord Hailey, the Colonial Office and the Politics of Race and Empire in the Second World War: The Loss of White Prestige, Macmillan (St Antonys Series), 2000


Editor, Marxism, Mysticism and Modern Theory, Macmillan (St Antonys Series), 1996

Articles:

Immigration policy and the crisis of British values in Citizenship Studies, Vol. 10, No. 4, pp.453467, September 2006

Regularization of illegal immigration in Matthew Gibney and Randall Hansen (eds), Immigration and Asylum : from 1900 to the present, ABC-CLIO, 2005

Report of the Barbed Wire Europe conference on immigration detention, Oxford 2000 in Journal of Refugee Studies, Vol.13. No.4 December 2000

Lord Haileys War-Work: Defending the Empire in America, in Andrew Bosco and Alex May (eds), The Round Table: The Empire/Commonwealth and British Foreign Policy, Lothian Foundation Press, 1997, pp.511-534

Racial identities: the degradation of constructionism, in Suke Wolton (ed), Marxism, Mysticism and Modern Theory, Macmillan (St Antonys Series), 1996 (pp.61-84)

Afterword: the problem of anti-humanism, in Suke Wolton (ed), Marxism, Mysticism and Modern Theory, Macmillan (St Antonys Series), 1996 (pp.174-184)

Reviews:

Review of James Jennings (ed), Race and Politics, Verso, 1997 in Interventions: International Journal of Postcolonial Studies, Vol.1 No.3 1999



Other:

The Conference Report: Barbed Wire Europe, Immigration detention in Europe, Campaign to Close Campsfield, Oxford, January 2001

Information on Campsfield: How Britain Imprisons Refugees, Campaign to Close Campsfield, November 1996

Editor of the Campsfield Monitor (Nos. 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 15 a newsletter on conditions in Campsfield House, an immigrant detention centre near Oxford)