In the wake of the tragic shooting in Orlando, Carleton experts are available to discuss hate crimes and violence against the LGBT community.
Associate Professor of Law and Legal Studies and co-editor-in-chief of the
Canadian Journal of Law and Society
Moore investigates questions about narrative and artifacts by looking at the role of photographic evidence of victim’s injuries in cases of interpersonal assault. In this project she explores the relationships between victim’s own “stories” and the ways in which photos of their bodies are used to narrate how their injuries were acquired.
Finally, she works in collaboration with a number of feminist prison scholars across the country on the Prison Transparency Project. Her focus is on how prisoners experience imprisonment, as well as exploring human rights abuses.
Associate Professor in Canadian Studies
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Arnup is an historian by training, she has written extensively on the history of motherhood, child rearing, marriage and the family. She has written and published numerous articles on lesbian and gay parenting. She is currently engaged in a comparative study of same-sex marriage in the United States and Canada. She is the author of Education for Motherhood: Advice for Mothers in Twentieth Century Canada, a prize-winning examination of the ideology and experience of motherhood.
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