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- ItemThe state of reproductive health in Alberta: A Q&A with Dr. Carol Williams(2022) Williams, CarolWhen an individual’s physical, mental, and social health are compromised, their chances of falling into poverty are increased. Calgarians require broad access to an integrated health delivery system and services that are respectful of the diversity of personal situations. With recent changes to abortion access in the United States came a renewed sense of urgency to understand what access to reproductive health looks like in Alberta, and where potential threats to this access lie. Dr. Carol Williams from the University of Lethbridge has been teaching and researching reproductive health for nearly 20 years. In the interview below, she highlights how few resources exist in rural Alberta, explores the organizing power of pro-life groups across North America, and shares recommendations for securing access.
- ItemThe resurgence of indigenous women's knowledge and resistance in relation to land and territoriality: transnational and intersdisciplinary perspectives(York University, 2012) Simpson, Leanne; Wanda, Nanibush; Williams, Carol
- ItemCampus campaigns against reproductive autonomy: the Canadian Centre for Bioethical Reform campus genocide awareness project as propaganda for fetal rights(ActiveHistory.ca, 2014) Williams, Carol; Gill, Don
- ItemBeyond illustration: illuminations of the photographic "frontier"(Journal of the West, 2007) Williams, CarolDrawing upon three categories of photographs--landscapes, portraits, and documentary images of "Indian life"--this essay provides scholars and students with questions and guidelines for interpreting historical photographs as primary resources in research and teaching.
- ItemRace, nation and gender: 19th century representations of native and white women in the Pacific Northwest(Rutgers University, 1996) Williams, CarolExamines how 19th century white settler women set the standards for femininity and maternal competence that influenced social discrimation against native women in Canada's Pacific Northwest. These ideals were promoted through photographic images and written text.