Prof. Max Farrar

Emeritus Professor, Leeds Beckett University


Max Farrar is an ‘active citizen’, sometimes a political activist, an active grand-dad, a sociologist with research interests in ‘race’, multiculturalism and Islamism, a keen photographer, a former pirate radio Jazz DJ, a blogger – and a bit of a blagger, with a keen interest in the sun and the sea. He’s an emeritus professor at Leeds Beckett University, a trustee of the David Oluwale Memorial committee in Leeds and of the UK Friends of Abraham’s Path, a committee member of Taking Soundings in Leeds, and an adviser to the Dialogue Society.


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