Dr. Stephanie Latty is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Criminology. She received her Ph.D from the University of Toronto in the Collaborative Women and Gender Studies Program in the Department of Social Justice Education. Stephanie’s areas of expertise include Black feminisms, critical race theory, anti-Blackness, carcerality, gendered violence, and abolition. Her current research examines the media and legal discourses surrounding Black women and girls who have experienced strip-searching and other forms of state violence in Canada. Prior to higher education, Stephanie worked in the mental health field in front line, community education and policy capacities.
|University of Toronto||Ph.D, Social Justice Education and Women and Gender Studies|
|Ryerson University||Master of Social Work|
|Laurentian University||Hons. Bachelor of Social Work|
|Course Code||Course Title|
|CRM 101||Understanding Crime in Canadian Society|
Latty, S., Habtom, S., Tuck, E. (2019). “Practice Extending Across the Atlas: Black Girls’ Geographies in Settler Colonial Societies”. In The Lauryn Hill Reader.
Latty, S., Scribe, M., Peters, A., Morgan, A. (2016) Not Enough Human: At the Scenes of Black and Indigenous Dispossession. Critical Ethnic Studies Journal, Vol. 2.