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Modern Imperialism: Canadian Renditions to Torture and the Production of Impunity for Sovereign Racialized State Violence
This dissertation focusses on four Muslim Canadian men, Ahmed Elmaati, Abduallah Almalki, Maher Arar and Muayyed Nureddin, and how their renditions to torture were organized by Canadian state officials and explained to the ...
Shadeism: Exploring Inequalities Within a Historicizing Agenda
This thesis examines implications attached to skin colour, and will examine how shadeism effects societies, gender, and social standing, and how it is attached to skin colour. As well, it explores the effects of societies ...
Indigenous Life Courses, Racialized Gendered Life Scripts, and Cultural Identities of Resistance and Resilience
The aim of this research project was to understand the cultural identity of young Indigenous adults living between on-reserve, off-reserve rural settings, and the city. The secondary research question examined the gendered ...
Geopolitics, State-Formation and Economic Development in Quebec and Ontario
This dissertation challenges the prevailing periodization of Quebec and Ontario’s economic development in Canadian historiography by contrasting the specificity of capitalist social relations with the non-capitalist forms ...