Reading TWAIL in the Canadian Context: Race, Gender and National Formation

in International Community Law Review
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Abstract

This paper reads the TWAIL literature in the context of Canadian nation-building. Highlighting the intersection of race and gender in nation-building, I examine the historical relationship between law, immigration and citizenship.

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