Tareeq Jalloh

School of History, Philosophy and Digital Humanities

PhD Student

PGR Race Equality and Decolonisation Intern

Graduate Teaching Assistant

Tareeq Jalloh
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Tareeq Jalloh
School of History, Philosophy and Digital Humanities
45 Victoria Street
S3 7QB

Tareeq studied for his BSc in Philosophy, Logic and Scientific Method at The London School of Economics and Political Science (2017-2020). Tareeq was awarded an MA in Philosophy from The University of Sheffield (2020-2021).

His research interests include social philosophy, philosophy of race, feminist philosophy, philosophy of art and moral philosophy.

Research interests

The scope of my current research is rap and oppression, specifically whether certain critiques of rap are based in racist assumptions and misunderstandings. Two questions are central to my project. First, does rap contribute to oppression? Second, if there are no adequate frameworks for substantiating the claim that rap contributes to oppression, what explains why it is often the target of intense scrutiny? 

Research group

Jules Holroyd

Komarine Romdenh-Romluc


Faculty of Arts and Humanities Scholarship

Teaching activities

PHI118 - History of Ethics