IRiS research: Dr Ricky Joseph

I currently lead IRiS’s doctoral research diversity network which we call DRDN, a network which brings together researchers across the.


I currently lead IRiS’s doctoral research
diversity network which we call DRDN, a network which brings together researchers across the
University with an interest in superdiversity, whether it be around ethnicity, gender, immigration
status. The network provides and enables doctoral researchers to access a whole range of resources
that are organised by us around masterclasses which enable us to bring in academics from
outside the University to share their expertise on a range of issues. It also enables us to
provide doctoral researchers with opportunities to share their work with other doctoral researchers
and to become more involved with the work of IRiS. The other area of work I am particularly
interested in within IRiS and that I have been working hard on is to develop links between
IRiS and the work of CHASM. CHASM is a research centre which looks at wealth inequality and
issues around wealth holding amongst different populations. The work I am doing between the
two research centres enables us to have a better understanding arund inequalities around
wealth affecting migrant populations as well. One of the areas we are particularly keen
to develop is our international links with the US, particularly around better understanding
wealth inequality amongst ethnic minorities and migrant populations as well, so we hope
to develop that and in partnership with our colleagues within IRiS to develop tools to
better understand the dynamics between population change and wealth inequalities as well.

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