Professor Iyiola Solanke will join Maryland Carey Law faculty and students on August 31st for a school-wide discussion of her recent book, Discrimination as Stigma - A Theory of Anti-DIscrimination Law.
Professor Solanke has served as Visiting Professor at Wake Forest University Law School where she taught EU Law, and she will be Visiting Professor at Science Po, Grenoble, teaching a module on Migration, Immigration and Asylum in EU Law. She received her PhD in Law from the London School of Economics, and she joined the School of Law at the University of Leeds in 2010. She has held Fellowships at the University of Michigan, the University of Sydney, McGill University and Cambridge University.
In addition to numerous articles in peer-reviewed journals, Professor Solanke's published work includes a textbook on EU Law (Pearson 2015) as well as two monographs: ‘Making Anti-Racial Discrimination Law (Routledge 2011) and ‘Discrimination as Stigma – A Theory of Anti-Discrimination Law’ (Hart 2017).
This event is part of a larger series in which issues of diversity and inclusion are highlighted.