War Inna Babylon


26 October 2022, 7-9pm PSHB LG01
Understanding “the community” and its issues through a historic lens

25 January 2023, 7-9pm
Suspect Communities: Labelling and justifying hostility against Black communities

22 March 2023, 7-9pm
Marginal Communities: Isolated and vulnerable

24 May 2023, 7-9pm
State Harassment: The sustained and well-resourced attack against communities


27 October 2022, 2-4pm, RHB 312

26 January 2023, 2-4pm, RHB 312

Grassroots community development: 23 March 2023, 2-4pm, RHB 312

State Accountability
25 May 2023, 2-4pm, RHB 312
Forensic Architecture Guest Professors Stafford and Kamara Scott, co-founders of Tottenham Rights, will deliver a four-part public lecture series over the 2022-23 academic year delving into the racist state-designed attacks on Black communities since their arrival.

This lecture series, which is accompanied by four workshop sessions open to all students, inaugurates a new annual Guest Professorship hosted by Forensic Architecture and the Centre for Research Architecture at Goldsmiths. Guest Professors Scott will utilise a multi-layered approach curated by Tottenham Right to examine the context of present day manifestations of racism and conflict between "the community" and the state through the actions of the state and the community's responses and defences.

Hosted by Forensic Architecture and the Centre for Research Architecture, Department of Visual Cultures.

Funded by a UKRI Frontier Research Grant.