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Pinay, Balikbayan, Canadian: The Transnational Trajectories of Filipinas (As Domestic Workers)
This thesis examines and critiques how the intersections of race, gender, and class in our current neoliberal environment produce particular complexities that are unique to women within the global chain of care. I will ...
Wounded Subjects: White Settler Nationals in Toronto G20 Resistance Narratives
This project engages theories of settler colonialism, biopower, and the state of exception to analyze the operations of rights-based narratives of citizenship in relation to political dissent in Canada. I argue that a ...
Policy, Poverty, and Indigenous Child Welfare: Revisiting the Sixties Scoop
I analyse the Sixties Scoop through the lens of Indigenous and feminist scholarship to contextualize the Scoop within the specific historical, political, and cultural moment of the postwar Canadian “welfare state” during ...