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Critical Race Theory and Critical Race Feminism: Resources for Law Students

This guide provides resources to support students in LAW 358: Race, Ethnicity, Culture and the Law.

Welcome

This guide is designed to help you with your library research in relation to critical race theory. 

Here you will find a number of resources to introduce you to the study of critical race theory and support you with your paper research and writing.  If you can’t find what you need, do not hesitate to contact the Law Librarians by phone, email or at the law library research help (reference) desk.

  • Books: texts available through the UVic library general collection and on reserve
  • Journals: print and electronic journals available at UVic
  • Websites: links to online national and international materials such as Royal Commission reports and museums
  • Paper writing guidance: help with navigating secondary sources and selecting and narrowing your thesis topic
  • Related library guides: guides from UVic and other universities with information about critical race theory, appropriate journal databases, and legal research and writing
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