Dr. Timothy Stanley

By Nicholas Ng-A-Fook

In this ninth episode, Dr. Ng-A-Fook interviews Dr. Timothy J. Stanley, former Interim Dean of the Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies @uOttawa. During their conversation, Dr. Stanley shares his perspectives as a historian about the invisibility of everyday racisms in Canada. He discusses some of the following concepts: the rise of anti-Chinese racisms, the tragic death of Colten Boushie, the grammar of settler colonial racializations, racisms, and organized exclusions, the genealogy of Canadian settler property rights, removing monuments, the genealogical privileging certain inclusions and exclusions, living in Montreal as a mixed race youth, banning public expressions of faith in Quebec, the removal of national statues, living in China, and so much more.