Wages of Whiteness and Penalties of Colour since Confederation: ‘Crime’, myth and Racialization in Canada

Session Code:  RE3                                                                 Session Format:  Regular session

This session features presentations situated in the perspectives of anti-criminology, counter-colonial criminology, critical criminology, queer criminology and Critical Race Feminist Theory to map the empirical, theoretical and philosophical terrain on which the racialization of crime enables the obfuscation of the ‘wage of whiteness’ in offending and the normalization of systemic racism.

Organizer(s): Wesley Crichlow, University of Ontario Institute of Technology; Tamari Kitossa, Brock University     

Chair: Wesley Crichlow, University of Ontario Institute of Technology

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