Kehinde is currently engaged in a project examining the role of Black radicalism in contemporary organising against racial oppression.
He is interested in in supervising postgraduate research in the areas of race, ethnicity and racism; Black Studies and how communities overcome inequality.
"This Flag Has Been Adopted By The Far Right" | Don't Turn Around, BBC Three, 19 June 2018
A radical vision of a new Africa, BBC Ideas, 5 April 2018
We should not stand for the national anthem, BBC Newsnight, 13 October 2017
Theresa May is worse than Donald Trump, The Guardian, 12 April 2017
The west was built on racism. It’s time we faced that, The Guardian, 18 January 2017
Has contributed to:
The Washington Post
The New Statesman
Blackness in Britain book series editor with Zed Books
Andrews, K. (forthcoming) The West is Built on Racism. London: Zed Books
Andrews, K., Crenshaw, K. and Wilson, A. (forthcoming) (eds.) Blackness at the Intersection. London: Zed Books.
Andrews, K. (2018) Back to Black: Retelling Black Radicalism for the 21st Century. London: Zed Books
Andrews, K. and Palmer, L. (2016) (eds.) Blackness in Britain. London: Routledge.
Andrews, K. (2013). Resisting Racism: Race, Inequality and the Black Supplementary School Movement. London: Institute of Education Press.
Andrews, K. (2018) Prologue. In Rhodes Must Fall (eds) Rhodes Must Fall: The Struggle to Tear Out the Racist Heart of Empire. London: Zed. Invited
Andrews, K. (2018) The challenge for Black Studies in the neo-liberal university. In Bhambra, G., Nisancioglu, K. and Gebrial, D. (eds) Decolonising the University: Context and Practice. London: Pluto Press. (Invited)
Andrews, K. (2018) 'Beware the northern fox': Keeping a focus on systematic racism post Trump and Brexit. In Joseph-Salisbury, R., Johnson, A. and Kamuge, B. (eds) New Directions in Anti-racist Scholarship and Activism. London: Zed Books.
Andrews, K. (2018) The Black Studies Movement in Britain: Changing the nature, not just the face of the academy. In Arday, J. (ed.) Race and Higher Education. London: Palgrave Macmillan.(Invited)
Andrews, K. (2018) Western psychosis and the human zoo. In Critical Cities: Ideas, Knowledge and Agitation Volume 5. London: Myrdle Court Press.(Invited)
Andrews, K. (2017) Top boy and the ‘iconic ghetto’. In Newton, D. (ed.) Adjusting the Contrast: British Television and Constructs of Race. Manchester: University of Manchester Press. (Invited)
Andrews. K (2016) Black is a country. In Andrews, K. and Palmer, L. (eds) Blackness in Britain. London: Routledge.
Andrews, K. (2014) Resisting racism: The Black supplementary school movement. In Clennon, O. (ed.) Alternative Education and Community Engagement: Making Education a Priority. London: Palgrave Macmillan: 56-73. (Invited)
Andrews, K. (2017) Beyond Pan-Africanism: The need for a revolutionary alternative that can challenge imperialism. Third World Quarterly 38(11): 2501-2516.
Andrews, K. (2016) Black is a country: Building solidarity across Borders. World Policy Journal 33(1): 15-19.
Andrews, K. (2016) The Problem of Political Blackness: Lessons from the Black Supplementary School Movement. Ethnic and Racial Studies 39(11): 2060-78.
Andrews, K. (2016) The Psychosis of Whiteness: The Celluloid Hallucinations of Amazing Grace and Belle. Journal of Black Studies, 47(5) 435-53.
Salisbury, J. and Andrews, K. (2016) Black mixed rales and the Black supplementary school movement. British Journal of Education.
Andrews, K. (2015). The Black Studies Movement in Britain: Addressing the crisis in British academia and social Life. Aiming Higher: Race, Inequality and Diversity in the Academy. London: Runnymede Trust: 30-31.
Andrews, K. (2014). From the ‘Bad Nigger’ to the ‘Good Nigga’: An unintended legacy of Black Power movement. Race and Class, 55(3): 22–37.
Andrews, K., Bassel, L., Winter, A. (2014) Report on the British Sociological Association Race and Ethnicity Study Group Conference ‘Mapping the Field: Contemporary Theories of Race, Racism and Ethnicity’. Ethnic and Racial Studies. 37(10): 1862-1868.
Andrews, K. (2014). Towards a Black independent education. Journal of Negro Education, 83(1): 5-14.
Andrews, K. (2013). Addressing the declining attendance in the Black supplementary school movement. Race Equality Teaching, 32(1): 35-39.
Andrews, K. (2013) The possibilities and dangers in urban ethnography. The Sociology Teacher, 2(3): 9-11.
Andrews, K. and Palmer, L. (2013) Why Black Studies matters and what it means. Discover Society, 2.
Narayan, J. and Andrews, K. (2015) Viewpoint: Malcolm X, Smethwick and BME Politics. Discover Society, 19.