Victoria Redclift

Victoria is an Associate Professor of Political Sociology in the Social Research Institute at UCL, where she works on the Sociology of ‘race’, ethnicity and migration, with particular focus on citizenship and political exclusion.

She is the author of Statelessness and citizenship: Camps and the creation of ‘political space’ (Routledge, 2013), which was shortlisted for the British Sociological Association’s Phillip Abrams Memorial Prize in 2014, as well as New racial landscapes: Contemporary Britain and the neoliberal conjuncture (Routledge, 2014 – with Malcolm James and Helen Kim).

She won a Phillip Leverhulme Prize in 2014 and, along with an ESRC Future Research Leaders Grant for 2015, is currently conducting comparative research into experiences of citizenship among Bangladesh-origin Muslims in London, Birmingham and Los Angeles. Having been a Bonnart-Braunthal scholar at the London School of Economics from 2007-2011, she took up a position as Trustee in 2016.