By: Dr. Wesley Crichlow, Black Critical Race Queer Intersectional Scholar and professor
Critical Race Theory
Delgado, & Stefancic, J. (2013). Critical race theory : the cutting edge (Third edition.). Temple University Press.
Crichlow, W. (2018). (De)colonization, Racialization, Racism, and Canadian Families: Relearning Through Storytelling About Lived Experience. In A. Gaszo & K. Kobayashi (Eds.), Continuity and innovation: Canadian families in the new millennium. Toronto, ON: Nelson.
Crichlow, W. (2015). Critical race theory & storytelling: A strategy for framing discussions around social justice & democratic education. Paper presented at Higher Education in Transformation Conference (HEIT), Dublin, Ireland. http://arrow.dit.ie/st2/
Crichlow, W., & Cao, L. (2017). Trends in the judiciary: Interviews with Two Toronto Judges. In D. Lowe (Ed.), Trends in the judiciary: Interview with judges across the globe (Vol. 111). London: CRC Press, Taylor and Francis.
Crichlow, W. & Lauricella, S. (2017). An analysis of Antiblackracism crime reporting in Toronto: Evidence from news frames and critical race theory. In S. Poynting, M. Bhatia, & W. Tufail (Eds.), Media, crime and racism. Australia/New Zealand: Palgrave Macmillan.
Crichlow, W. (2009). How far have our courts come and how far will they go? Racializing courts and racializing judgments. In R. Barmaki (Ed.), Racism culture & law: Critical readings (pp. 43-67). Toronto, ON: APF Press.
Crichlow, W., & Visano, L. (2009). The impact of colour in correcting youths: A program of action. In R. Barmaki (Ed.), Racism culture & law: Critical readings (pp. 107-131). Toronto, ON: APF Press.
Crichlow, W. (2008). History, (re)memory, testimony and biomythography: Charting a buller man’s Trinidadian past. In T. Glave (Ed.), A fi we time: Contemporary Caribbean lesbian & gay writing (pp. 101-131). Durham, NC: Duke University Press
Crichlow, W. (2003). Buller men & batty bwoys: Hidden men in Toronto & Halifax Black communities. Toronto, ON: University of Toronto Press.
Crichlow, W. (2022). Reflections on teaching & negotiating identities in the Canadian academy: A Black gay man’s perspective. In H. K. Wright, A. Ibrahim, & T. Kitossa (Eds.), Nuances of Blackness. Toronto/Halifax: (Publisher University of Alberta Press, 2022).
Crenshaw. (1991). Mapping the Margins: Intersectionality, Identity Politics, and Violence against Women of Color. Stanford Law Review, 43(6), 1241–1299.
Crichlow, W, Elaine Coburn and Emma Joseph (2020). Black Women’s Social Value: The Covidian Pandemic, “She-session,” and “She-covery” Published In “Black Experiences: Bearing Witness To COVID-19” Editorial and symposium in Antipode: A Radical Journal of Geography. Antipode. (https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/journal/14678330)