Caroline Hodes

Assistant Professor
Faculty of Arts & Science
Women and Gender Studies

Law, Discourse Analysis, Settler Colonial Studies, Human Rights, Indigenous Studies, Critical Race Studies, Feminisms

Research expertise

Canadian constitutional law, archives and court registries as itinerant sites of encounter and exchange, the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, Indigenous Rights and Title, International Law, Settler Colonialism, Discourse Analysis, Feminism, Critical Race Theory, Social Movements, Academic Activism.


Unsettling law’s archive, intersectionality, public discourse, structural racism and discrimination, settler colonialism, academic freedom and freedom of expression, and gender based violence.

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