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Critical Race and Legal Theory

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Welcome

This guide will introduce you to local and web resources for the study of Critical Race Theory and the Law.

  • Textbooks: texts and documents held by the Dalhousie Libraries System
  • Journals: print and electronic journals held by the Dalhousie Libraries System
  • Historical Resources: history databases and historical news media collections held by Dalhousie and the National Library
  • Archival Resources: links to online national and provincial archives collections
  • Sociological Resources: satabases in sociology, social anthropology and Aboriginal studies
  • Museums: Canadian cultural museums
  • Websites: collection of links to groups and resources

Background to CRT

Kimberlé Williams Crenshaw, Twenty Years of Critical Race Theory: Looking Back to Move Forward, 43 Conn. L. Rev. 1253 (2011).

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Librarian

David Michels
Contact:
Sir James Dunn Law Library
6061 University Ave.
902 494-8856
Website / Blog PageSkype Contact

Librarian

David Michels
Contact:
Sir James Dunn Law Library
6061 University Ave.
902 494-8856
Website / Blog PageSkype Contact