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Book Review: Gargi Bhattacharya, Adam Elliot-Cooper, Sita Balani, Kerem Nişancıoğlu, Kojo Koram, Dalia Gebrial, Nadine El-Enany and Luke de Noronha Empire’s Endgame: Racism and the British State (2022)
Journal Article
Keval, H. (2022). Book Review: Gargi Bhattacharya, Adam Elliot-Cooper, Sita Balani, Kerem Nişancıoğlu, Kojo Koram, Dalia Gebrial, Nadine El-Enany and Luke de Noronha Empire’s Endgame: Racism and the British State. Sociology, 56(5), 1045-1047. https://doi.org/10.1177/00380385211073034

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“Merit”, “Success” and the Epistemic Logics of Whiteness in Racialised Education Systems (2021)
Book Chapter
Keval, H. (2021). “Merit”, “Success” and the Epistemic Logics of Whiteness in Racialised Education Systems. In D. S. Thomas, & J. Arday (Eds.), Doing Equity and Diversity for Success in Higher Education: Redressing Structural Inequalities in the Academy (127-137). Cham: Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-65668-3_10

Keval explores the shifting landscape of what ‘success’ comes to mean within the field of ‘mertitocracy’ in educational systems. Focusing on the epistemic, racialised and colonial constructions of knowledge and the hierarchical legitimacies afforded... Read More about “Merit”, “Success” and the Epistemic Logics of Whiteness in Racialised Education Systems.

The impact of COVID-19 on BAME populations: a systematic review of experiences and perspectives (2021)
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Toni, W., Keval, H., Claire, K., Gowri, N., Chise, O., Rajeeb, S., & Raymond, S. (2021). The impact of COVID-19 on BAME populations: a systematic review of experiences and perspectives. [Registered systematic review]

Black, Asian, Minority Ethnic (BAME) populations have been disproportionately affected by COVID-19, having amongst the highest rates of infection and mortality. Additional risk factors for BAME populations include older age and living with poverty an... Read More about The impact of COVID-19 on BAME populations: a systematic review of experiences and perspectives.

Race, gender and psychosis: ‘psycho-racial architectures of disordered sociality' (2019)
Book Chapter
Keval, H. (2019). Race, gender and psychosis: ‘psycho-racial architectures of disordered sociality'. In M. Brown, & M. Charles (Eds.), Women and the Psychosocial Construction of Madness. Rowman & Littlefield

What I intend to do in this chapter is to discuss the nature of the relationship between what might be understood and formulated as ‘psychosis’, race and gender. The nature of discourses around the mind-body connection in the generalised biomedical a... Read More about Race, gender and psychosis: ‘psycho-racial architectures of disordered sociality'.

Fifty ways to leave …… your racism (2018)
Journal Article
Patel, N., & Keval, H. (2018). Fifty ways to leave …… your racism. Journal of Critical Psychology, Counselling and Psychotherapy, 18(2), 61-79

“Racism does not stay still; it changes shape, size, contours, purpose, function…people’s attitudes don’t mean a damn to me, but it matters to me if I can’t send my child to the school I want…if I can’t get the job for which I am qualified…the acting... Read More about Fifty ways to leave …… your racism.

Accessing All Areas? Interviewing and Researching Within and Outside Difference (2018)
Book Chapter
Keval, H. (2018). Accessing All Areas? Interviewing and Researching Within and Outside Difference. In SAGE Research Methods Cases Part 2. SAGE Publications. https://doi.org/10.4135/9781526437846

This case study is set against the backdrop of field work and research I conducted during my PhD. My doctoral thesis explored the intersections of race, medical sociology, and embodied experiences of health, risk, and ethnicity, later published in a... Read More about Accessing All Areas? Interviewing and Researching Within and Outside Difference.

Health, Ethnicity and Diabetes: Racialised Constructions of 'Risky' South Asian Bodies (2016)
Book
Keval, H. (2016). Health, Ethnicity and Diabetes: Racialised Constructions of 'Risky' South Asian Bodies. London: Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1057/978-1-137-45703-5

This book explores the often contentious relationship between health, concepts of race and ethnicity, and the impact on South Asian groups. Using medical sociological and anthropological perspectives, it excavates racialised constructions of diabetes... Read More about Health, Ethnicity and Diabetes: Racialised Constructions of 'Risky' South Asian Bodies.

Reconstructing Sikh Spirituality in Recovery from Alcohol Addiction (2015)
Journal Article
Morjaria-Keval, A., & Keval, H. (2015). Reconstructing Sikh Spirituality in Recovery from Alcohol Addiction. Religions, 6(1), 122-138. https://doi.org/10.3390/rel6010122

This paper situates Sikh identity, spirituality, and recovery from alcohol addiction within a nexus of complex social, psychological, and cultural factors. The way in which affected people in Sikh communities in Britain are able to locate and utilize... Read More about Reconstructing Sikh Spirituality in Recovery from Alcohol Addiction.

From ‘Multiculturalism’ to ‘Interculturalism’ – A commentary on the Impact of De-racing and De-classing the Debate (2014)
Journal Article
Keval, H. (2014). From ‘Multiculturalism’ to ‘Interculturalism’ – A commentary on the Impact of De-racing and De-classing the Debate. New Diversities, 16(2), 125-139

Recent discourses surrounding the so-called death or decline of multiculturalism are characterised by a movement towards notions and practices of ‘Interculturality’, ‘Interculturalism’ and what have been called ‘new frameworks’ for diversity and race... Read More about From ‘Multiculturalism’ to ‘Interculturalism’ – A commentary on the Impact of De-racing and De-classing the Debate.

Cultural dimensions of clinical depression in Bangalore, India (2001)
Journal Article
Raguram, R., Weiss, M. G., Keval, H., & Channabasavanna, S. M. (2001). Cultural dimensions of clinical depression in Bangalore, India. Anthropology and Medicine, 8(1), 31-46. https://doi.org/10.1080/13648470120063889

Though rates of depression are comparable across cultures, similar rates may obscure the diversity of the experience and meaning of depression and related behaviour. Appreciation of the social and cultural contexts is crucial in developing culturally... Read More about Cultural dimensions of clinical depression in Bangalore, India.