We have a small library of books based at the SEIN office which are available to borrow. If you are interested in borrowing one of the books below please get in touch & we’ll let you know if its available.
If you have any suggestions for other books to recommend (or would like to donate) for the SEIN library, please let us know.
David Olusoga (2017) In this vital re-examination of a shared history, historian and broadcaster David Olusoga tells the rich and revealing story of the long relationship between the
David Olusoga (2020) A short, essential introduction to Black British history for readers of 12+ by award-winning historian and broadcaster David Olusoga. When did Africans first
Isabel Fonseca (1995) After the revolutions of 1989, Isabel Fonseca lived and traveled with the Gypsies of Bulgaria, Poland, the Czech Republic and Slovakia, the former Yugoslavia, Romainia, and
Alison Phipps (2019) What if my own multilingualism is simply that of one who is fluent in way too many colonial languages? If we are going to do this, if we are going to decolonise
Edited by Andrew Ryder, Sarah Cemlyn & Thomas Acton (2014) Over the past decade, interest in Gypsies, Roma and Travellers (GRT) has risen up the political and media
Stephen Mullen (2009) This book, which focuses on the buildings and streets of the Merchant City, highlights Glasgow’s tangible links with slavery. Glasgow street names pay tribute to the
Edited by Mariam Khan (2018) In 2016, Mariam Khan read that David Cameron had linked the radicalization of Muslim men to the ‘traditional submissiveness’ of Muslim women. Mariam felt pretty sure
Stefano Bonino (2017) The experience of being a Muslim in Scotland today is shaped by the global and national post-9/11 shift in public attitudes towards Muslims, and is infused by the
Akala (2019) A searing modern polemic from musician and political commentator, Akala From the first time he was stopped and searched as a child, to the day he realised his mum was
Edited by Neil Davidson, Minna Liinpää, Maureen McBride, Satnam Virdee (2018) With its ‘civic nationalism’ and ‘welcoming’ attitude towards migrants and refugees, Scotland is understood to be
Aidan McGarry (2017) Based on first-hand accounts from Roma communities, Romaphobia is an examination of the discrimination faced by one of the most persecuted groups in Europe.
Glasgow Women's Library (2011) She Settles in the Shields provides a unique opportunity to meet the women who travelled to Scotland from all over the world, in search of family, love and
Amal de Chickera & Deirdre Brennan (2018) Do you have a nationality? Could you be stateless? What can you do about it? Join Neha as she travels around the world in an amazing adventure of
Edited by Nikesh Shukla (2018) We’re told that we live in a multicultural melting pot – that we’re post-racial. Yet, studies show that throughout the UK, people from Black, Asian and Minority
Edited by Sabrina Mahfouz (2017) The Things I Would Tell You brings together the works of over thirty established women writers of Muslim heritage, as well as young emerging artists
Tiffany Jewell & Aurélia Durand (2020) Who are you? What is your identity? How can you take action against racism? Learn about identities, true histories, and anti-racist work in 20
Ian Hancock (2017) The author, who is himself a Romani, speaks directly to the gadze (non-Gypsy) reader about his people, their history since leaving India one thousand years ago and their
Claire Heuchan & Nikesh Shukla (2018) It looks at belonging and identity, the damaging effects of stereotyping and the benefits of positive representation. The authors talk sensitively about
Michael Rosen & Annemarie Young (2018) What does it mean for people to have to leave their homes, and what happens when they seek entry to another country? This book explores the history of
Mary Edward (1993) Why are there so many Italian hairdressers and Chinese restaurants in Glasgow? Who’s more Glaswegian: an Irishman, a Highlander or a Pole? Who’s city is this anyway? For the
Reni Eddo-Lodge (2017) The book that sparked a national conversation. Exploring everything from eradicated black history to the inextricable link between class and race, Why I’m No Longer Talking