Sisters or Strangers? Immigrant, Ethnic, and Racialized Women in Canadian History

Sisters or Strangers? Immigrant, Ethnic, and Racialized Women in Canadian History

Christiane Harzig, recipient of the Canada Council’s John G. Diefenbaker Award at University of Winnipeg, reviews Sisters or Strangers? Immigrant, Ethnic, and Racialized Women in Canadian History. The book is about marginalized women in Canadian history due to racial, ethnic, and gender discrimination. Examples include missionary and aboriginal encounters, the ‘whitening’ of the British Columbia settlement project, Irish domestic workers encounters with asylums and prisons, among numerous other historical discussions throughout the book’s chapters.

Read book review at http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1747-7379.2005.tb00287.x/abstract

Publication Part Of International Migration Review
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Edited by Marlene Epp, Conrad Grebel University College, University of Waterloo; Franca Iacovetta, University of Toronto; and Frances Swyripa, University of Alberta
Reviewed by Christiane Harzig, University of Winnipeg

Journal International Migration Review
Date of Publication Fall 2005
Pages 759-760
DOI 10.1111/j.1747-7379.2005.tb00287.x
Volume 39
Issue Number 3

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