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Linda Carty

Associate Professor of African American Studies

Research and Teaching Interests

Gender Discourses in African Diaspora Studies; Migration and Diasporic Identities; Black Women's Labor in the Americas; Transnational Feminisms; Neocolonialism and Caribbean Studies.


Selected Publications

  • Not a Nanny: A Gendered, Transnational Analysis of Caribbean Domestic Workers in New York City (in) Decolonizing the Academy: Diaspora Theory and African New-World Studies 2003
  • Gender Relations at the University of the West Indies: The More Things Change the More they Remain the Same (in) UWI, You/We Journal, Vol.8, 2002
  • The Discourse of Empire and the Social Construction of Gender, (in) Scratching the Surface: Canadian Anti-Racist Feminist Thought 2000
  • We're Rooted Here and They Can't Pull Us Up: Essays in African Canadian Women's History, co-author 1994
  • And Still We Rise: Feminist Mobilization in Contemporary Canada, editor 1993
  • Unsettling Relations: The University as a Site of Feminist Struggles, co-author 1991