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 As of Aug 2015, I am Chair in Sociology and Social Theory at University of Leeds, England


I am chercheur associé of Centre d'études européennes et de politique comparée (CEE) at Sciences Po, Paris


I am also Professorial Academic Associate of Sainsbury Institute for the Study of Japanese Arts and Cultures, Norwich, England


I was previously Professor of Sociology at Sciences Po, Paris and at University of California, Los Angeles

 

I also directed the Centre for Global and Regional Ethnographies at Aarhus University (GLOREA), Denmark

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**LATEST VIDEOS, LINKS & ARTICLES**

ESRC Project  Northern Exposure - Race, Nation and Political Disaffection in Northern Towns after Brexit


Link to University of Leeds Commission on Diversity in the North


Links to all recent Publications and Talks on Japanese art


Amsterdam lecture on Diversities and Mobilities in Cities: The Case of London and Brexit


UEA "Merrie England" lecture on Brexit, Race and Citizenship


Oxford podcast lecture on Migration in UK and Cameron's Migration Equation


Conference at SISJAC Norwich on Fram Kitagawa and Activist Art in Japan


New book on Immigration, Integration and Mobility (ECPR 2015)


Adrian Favell, BEFORE AND AFTER SUPERFLAT (pub. 2012)  Download Book Here

Text of Islands for Life lecture at Columbia University (April 2014)

Live Pecha Kucha presentation on BEFORE AND AFTER SUPERFLAT at Super Deluxe, Tokyo

Lecture on Metabolism and the City of the Future at Sciences Po

Podcast of Oxford University lectures on PHILOSOPHIES OF INTEGRATION REVISITED and AFTER COOL JAPAN

Feature review of BEFORE AND AFTER SUPERFLAT in Art in America by Janet Koplos

In memorium: essay on Philosophy of Social Science of Martin Hollis (1938-1998)