Gender, Race & Canadian Law

Gender, Race & Canadian Law

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Gender, Race & Canadian Law explores feminist and critical race approaches to Canadian law. The collection, which is suitable for undergraduate courses, begins with a basic overview of Canadian law and an introduction to critical concepts including ?the official version of law,? race and racialization, privilege and heteronormativity. Substantive themes include the Montreal massacre, hegemonic and other masculinities, equality rights, sexual assault and other gendered violence, trans, colonialism, immigration and multiculturalism.


Contributors:
Constance Backhouse
Gillian Balfour
Mélissa Blais
Karen Busby
Wendy Chan
Sandra Ka Hon Chu
Elizabeth Comack
Raewyn Connell
Pamela Downe
Deborah H. Drake
Rod Earle
Eve Haque
Joanna Harris
Margot A. Hurlbert
Lisa Marie Jakubowski
Peter Knegt
Ruth M. Mann
Peggy McIntosh
Marilou McPhedron
Martin Rochlin

Book details

Contributor
Julie Dowsett (Other contributor)
Publication date
November 26, 2020
Publisher
Page count
406
ISBN
9781773634609
File size
2 MB