Silvia Rodríguez Maeso


Biography

PhD in Political Sociology (University of the Basque Country). Silvia is Principal Researcher at CES and vice-coordinator of the Thematic Line "Democracy, Justice and Human Rights". She lectures in the PhD Programmes: "Human Rights in Contemporary Societies" (CES/IIIUC)and "Sociology of the State, Law and Justice" (CES/FEUC, starting in 2021-2022). She is currently coordinating the research project POLITICS - "The politics of anti-racism in Europe and Latin America: knowledge production, decision-making and collective struggles" (ERC, 2017-2022). Silvia has developed her research and teaching activities in postgraduate courses in the areas of critical race studies, anti-racism and decolonial thinking with a focus on: power and knowledge production; integration and inclusion public policies, and antidiscrimination socio-legal discourse. She is currently developing research on racialization and residential segregation, police violence and security public policies in European and Latin-American contexts, focusing on antiblack racism and antigypsysim.


Latest Publications

Book Chapter

Rodríguez Maeso, Silvia (2022), Anxious Whiteness, Anti-Racism on Hold: Exploring the Contemporary Disputes About Political Anti-Racism and Decolonization in European Contexts, in Shirley Tate & Encarnación Gutiérrez Rodríguez (org.), The Palgrave Handbook of Critical Race and Gender. Springer International Publishing, 325-348

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Book Chapter

Maeso, Silvia Rodríguez; Alves, Ana Rita; Fernandes, Sara (2021), A implementação da legislação de combate à discriminação racial em Portugal: uma abordagem sociolegal, in Silvia Rodríguez Maeso (org.), O Estado do Racismo em Portugal: Racismo antinegro e anticiganismo no direito e nas políticas públicas. Lisboa: Tinta da China, 59-90

Book Chapter

Alves, Ana Rita; Maeso, Silvia Rodríguez (2021), A racialização do espaço pela mão da política local: anticiganismo, habitação e segregação territorial, in Silvia Rodríguez Maeso (org.), O Estado do Racismo em Portugal: Racismo antinegro e anticiganismo no direito e nas políticas públicas. Lisboa: Tinta da China, 157-180