Remi is Presidential Fellow in Ethnicity and Inequalities, with particular interests in racism and anti-racism in the contexts of education and policing.
His first book, ‘Black Mixed-Race Men’ was published by Emerald in 2018, and was awarded the British Sociological Association's Philip Abram's memorial prize for the best first and sole-authored book. He co-edited 'The Fire Now: Anti-Racist Scholarship in Times of Explicit Racial Violence', published by Zed books in 2018, and is co-author of the forthcoming ‘Anti-Racist Scholar-Activism’ (Manchester University Press, 2021).
Remi is currently working on a number of projects, including research on policing, race and the pandemic, and on ‘anti-racist scholar-activism’.
Remi is a co-editor of the BSA’s ‘Sociology’ journal, and serves on the editorial boards of ‘The Sociological Review’ and ‘Race Ethnicity and Education’. He has published widely in national and international journals, and speaks regularly at international conferences and events. He also speaks at public and community events, and writes regularly for media outputs and is the 'Race and Resistance' columnist at Red Pepper Magazine.