Dr Adam Elliott-Cooper, BA, Nottingham; MSc, SOAS; DPhil, Oxford.Lecturer in Public and Social PolicyEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgTwitter: @adamec87Office Hours: Tuesdays 12:00-1:00pm & Thursdays 12.30-1.30pm (Office drop-in or Teams by appointment)ProfileTeachingResearchPublicationsSupervisionPublic EngagementProfileAdam Elliott-Cooper received his PhD from the School of Geography and the Environment, University of Oxford, in 2016. He has previously worked as a researcher in the Department of Philosophy at UCL, as a teaching fellow in the Department of Sociology at the University of Warwick and as a research associate in the Department of Geography at King's College London. His first monograph, Black Resistance to British Policing, was published by Manchester University Press in May 2021. He is also co-author of Empire’s Endgame: Racism and the British State (Pluto Press, 2021). Adam sits on the board of The Monitoring Group, an anti-racist organisation challenging state racisms and racial violence. Office hour joining link TeachingPOL377- Race and Racism in World Politics POL263 – Modern Political Thought IResearchResearch Interests:Racial Capitalism, state racism, postcolonialism, policing, anti-racism, black feminism, social movementsPublicationsBooks Elliott-Cooper, A (May 2021) Black Resistance to British Policing. Manchester University Press Elliott-Cooper, A., Bhattacharyya, G., de Noronha, L., Balani, S., Koram, K., El-Enany, N., Nisancioglu, K. and Gabriel, D. (February 2021) Empire’s Endgame: Racism and the British State. Pluto Press Journal Articles Elliott-Cooper, A., Hubbard, P. & Lees, L (2020) Sold out? The right-to-buy, gentrification and working-class displacements in London. Sociological Review. 68(6):1354-1369. Elliott, Cooper, A, Hubbard, P & Lees, L (2019). Moving beyond Marcuse: gentrification, displacement and the violence of un-homing. Progress In Human Geography. 44(3):492-509. Elliott-Cooper, A (2019). ‘Our Life is a Struggle’: Gender, Respectability and Black Resistance. Antipode 51(2): 539-557 Elliott-Cooper, A (2017). The struggle that cannot be named: violence, space and the re-articulation of anti-racism in post-Duggan Britain. Ethnic and Racial Studies 41(14): 2445–2463 Elliott-Cooper, A (2017). Free, Decolonised Education: A Lesson from the South African Student Struggle. AREA 49(3): 332–334 Elliott-Cooper, A (2014). Stuart Hall: A Dedication. City, 18(3): 349–352 Elliott-Cooper, A (2014). Moral Panic(s) in the 21st Century. City, 18(2): 160–166 Edited Volumes / Special Issues Elliott-Cooper, A (2018). Co-Editor, Special Issue: 'Identity Politics' Historical Materialism (with Kumar, A, Gebrial, D & Giyer, S) Elliott-Cooper, A (2014). Co-Editor, Special Issue: 'Labour Pains: Resistance Across Global Spaces' City, 18:6. 771–775 (with Murrey A, Kumar A & Younis M) Book Chapters Elliott-Cooper, A (2021) The Four Stages of Moral Panic, in Qureshi, A (Ed.) I Refuse to Condemn (Manchester University Press) Elliott-Cooper, A (2019). The Legacies of the Race Today Collective, in Bunce, R & Field, P (Eds). From Victim to Protagonist: A Race Today Anthology (London: Pluto Press) Elliott-Cooper, A (2018). Free, Decolonised Education: A Lesson from the South African Student Struggle, in Mirza, H & Arday, J (Eds). Dismantling Race in Higher Education: Racism Whiteness and Decolonising the Academy (London: Routledge) Elliott-Cooper, A (2016). 'State Violence Old and New: From Slavery to Serco' in Blackness in Britain, Andrews, K & Palmer, L (Eds). London: Routledge Policy Reports Elliott-Cooper, A (2020) ‘Britain is not innocent’: A Netpol Report on the policing of Black Lives Matter protests in Britain’s towns and cities in 2020. (London: Network for Police Monitoring). Reviews Elliott-Cooper, A (2020) Paris-Londres: Music Migrations (1962–1989). The London Journal Elliott-Cooper, A (2017). Conceptualizing racism: breaking the chains of racially accommodative language. Ethnic and Racial Studies 41(3): 586–588 Elliott-Cooper, A (2017). Crisis, austerity and everyday life: living in a time of diminishing expectations. Ethnic and Racial Studies 41(3): 584–585 Elliott-Cooper, A (2014). Thoughts into action: groundings with black British pedagogy. Race, Ethnicity and Education, 18(1): 134–144 Elliott-Cooper, A (2013). The Stuart Hall Project: Review and Reflections. City, 17(6): 827–834SupervisionAdam is interested in supervising students researching police/prison abolition, racial capitalism, anti-racism and/or the legacies of colonialism.Public EngagementAdam sits on the board of The Monitoring Group, an anti-racist organisation challenging state racisms and racial violence. He regularly features in the broadcast and print media discussing issues relating to policing and racism in Britain, including Sky News, BBC News, Channel 4, BBC Radio 4 and The Guardian.