Paul Warmington, Deputy Director of the Centre for Research in Race and Education (CRRE) has featured in a Guardian Online article titled: ‘Could you name a British black intellectual, now Stuart Hall has gone?’ Paul discusses the interest and coverage of black thinkers in the UK which he researched in preparation for his new book Black British Intellectuals & Education: multiculturalism's hidden history, which is to be published by Routledge on 24th February 2014.

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