Dr Alasia Nuti (York) ‘Emancipation and the unjust past.’
Alasia Nuti joined the Department of Politics at the University of York in September 2015 as a Lecturer in Political Theory. She works in contemporary political theory and gender studies and she has a strong interest in postcolonial theory and critical race theory. In particular, Alasia is interested in historical injustice, responsibility, structural injustice, memory, immigration and pluralism. She has recently published her first book, entitled Injustice and the Reproduction of History (Cambridge University Press, 2019), which examines why the unjust past matters from a normative perspective.
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