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Linda E. Carty

Linda E. Carty is a Black feminist scholar-activist and educator in the African American studies department at Syracuse University. Linda’s activist and research work spans Black labor struggles, migration, and sexuality in Canada, the Caribbean, and the United States. She is author of the articles “A Genealogy of Marxist Feminism in Canada” (2014); “Not a Nanny: A Gendered, Transnational Analysis of Caribbean Domestic Workers in New York City” (2003); and “The Discourse of Empire and the Social Construction of Gender” (2002). Linda is editor of the anthology And Still We Rise: Feminist Mobilization in Contemporary Canada (1993). She is coauthor/contributor to We’re Rooted Here: Essays in African Canadian Women’s History (1994) and Unsettling Relations: The University as a Site of Feminist Struggles (1991).

Books

  • Feminist Freedom Warriors

    A collection of compelling narratives highlighting the struggles of feminist warriors whose voices are too often marginalized.