BA, Anthropology & Law, London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) (2015)

Biography

Emmanuelle Andrews is a Master’s student in the Institute for Gender, Race, Sexuality and Social Justice, from England (though prides herself less on being British and more on her Grenadan and Seychelloise roots). She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Anthropology and Law from the London School of Economics. Her interests include Black Feminism, African-American and Afro-Caribbean history and the ways in which black identity is grappled with and understood by lower-middle class POC. Her current research scope is the interaction between race and British government policy and the English legal system – the legal theory, history and social influences that drive white male impunity and black male ‘criminality’. Additionally, she likes to cross-stitch, be in and around the ocean – a joy furthered by the prospect of Canadian whale watching – and drink & eat anything containing coconuts.

Research

The interaction between race and British government policy and the English legal system – the legal theory, history and social influences that drive white male impunity and black male ‘criminality’.

UBC International Student Tuition Award
GRSJ Graduate Fellowship
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