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Rachel Seoighe

Rachel Seoighe

Rachel Seoighe is a Lecturer in Criminology at SSPSSR, the University of Kent. She writes about state violence, political agency and resistance, contemporary detention estates — including prisons and immigration detention centres — and Tamil rights and politics. She is the author of 'War, Denial and Nation-Building in Sri Lanka: After the End' (Palgrave MacMillan). You can find more of her writing in Border Criminologies and Discover Society and listen to her talk about the closure of Holloway prison (as part of her work with Dr Carly Guest) She tweets at @racheladrianne.

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