Evelyn Kallen
Department of
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Dr. Evelyn Kallen

Ph.D., F.R.S.C.

Professor Emeritus of Social Science and Anthropology






(1974)  The Anatomy of Racism: Canadian Dimensions (with D.R. Hughes)Montreal, Harvest House. (Awarded the Canadian Human RightsFoundation annual prize for the best work in Canada on the subjectof human rights)


(1976)  The Anatomy of Racism (op cit) Second Printing


(1976)  The Anatomy of Racism: Chapter Seven, reprinted in Mann, W.E. andWheatcroft, L. (eds.) Canada: A Sociological Profile, 3rd ed., TorontoCopp Clark


(1977)  Spanning the Generations: A Study in Jewish IdentityDon Mills, Longman, Canada


(1982)  The Western Samoan Kinship Bridge: A Study in Migration,Social Change and the New Ethnicity, Leiden, Holland, E.J. Brill


(1982)  Ethnicity and Human Rights in Canada, Scarborough, Gage


(1989)  Label Me Human: Minority Rights of Stigmatized Canadians, Toronto, University of Toronto Press


(1995) Ethnicity and Human Rights in Canada, 2nd ed., Toronto, Oxford University Press


(2003) Ethnicity and Human Rights in Canada: A Human Rights, Perspectiveon Ethnicity, Racism and Systemic Inequality. 3rd ed. Toronto, OxfordUniversity Press


(2004)  Social Inequality and Social Injustice: A Human Rights Perspective. London, UK. Palgrave Press




(1983)  Ethnicity, Opportunity and Successful Entrepreneurship in Canada, (with M.J. Kelner), Ethnic Research Program, Institute for Behavioural Research, York University





(2003)  “Human Rights.” In Encyclopedia of Race and Ethnic Studies. London, UK. Routledge


(2004)  “Human Rights. Canada.” In Encyclopedia of Social Welfare Histor in North America. Thousand Oaks CA. Sage





(1971) “Youth: The New Tribal Group” (with M.J.Kelner) in Davies D.I.  and Herman K. (eds.) Social Space: Canadian Perspectives, Toronto, New Press


(1971)  “Emerging Patterns of Adolescence and Youth” (with M.J.Kelner) in Ishwaran, K.9ed.). The Canadian Family Holt, Rinehart & Winston of Canada


(1971) “Family Lifestyles and Jewish Culture” in Ishwaran, K.(op.cit.)


(1976) ……in Ishwaran, K. (1976) 2nd ed.


(1976)  “Parents and Peers: Who Influences Student Values?” (with M.J Kelner) in Ishwaran, K. 2nd ed.


(1976) “Synagogues in Transition: Religious Revival or Ethnic Survival?” in Crysdale, S. and Wheatcroft,

L.(eds.) Religion in Canadian Society, Toronto, MacMillan of Canada


(1977)  “Divided Inuit: Legacy of Tutelage” in Paine R.(ed.) The White Arctic:Anthropological Essays in Tutelage and Ethnicity, St. John’s, Newfoundland, I. S. E. R.


(1983) “Family, Ethnicity and Jewish Identity” in Ishwaran, K.(ed.) The Canadian Family, 3rd ed., Agincourt, Gage


(1987)  “Multiculturalism, Minorities and Motherhood: A Social Scientific Critique of Section 27” in Multiculturalism and the Charter: A Legal Perspective, Canadian Human Rights Foundation, Toronto, Carswell


(1987) “Ethnicity and Collective Rights in Canada” in Driedger, L. (ed.) Ethnic Canada: Identities and Inequalities, Toronto, Copp Clark Pitman Ltd.   


(1988)  “Multiculturalism as Ideology, Policy and Reality”* Curtis, J., Gilbert, S., Grabb, E. and Guppy, N. eds. Social Inequality in Canada: Patterns, Problems, Polocies, Scarborough, Prentice Hall of Canada, (reprinted from Journal of Canadian Studies, 17, 1 (Spring, 1982)


(1989)  “ The Meech Lake Accord: Entrenching a Pecking Order  of Minority Rights” in Canadian Public Policy, XIV Supplement, September. (Reprinted in Behiels, M.(ed.) The Meech Lake Primer, Ottawa, University of Ottawa Press


(1990)  “Ethnicity and Human Rights in Canada: Constitutionalizing a Hierarchy of Minority Rights in Li, P. (ed.) Race and Ethnic Relations in Canada, Don Mills, Oxford University Press


(1990) “Multiculturalism: The Not-Too-Impossible Dream” in Human Rights Into the 1990’s, Human Rights, Research & Education Centre, University of Ottawa




(1972) “Eskimo Youth: The New Marginals” in International Biological Program: Human Adaptability Project,

Annual Report #4, Anthropological Series #11, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario


(1975) “The Jewish Generation Gap: Parents and Youth in Toronto” in Proceedings of the Sixth World Congress

Jewish Studies, Vol. 7, Jerusalem, Israel


(1983) “Aboriginal Rights and Cultural Autonomy” in Key Issues in Peace Research: Proceedings of the 9th General Conference of the International Peace Research Association, Sakamoto, Y. and Klaassen,R.(eds.), Dundas, Ontario


(1983) “The Semantics of Multiculturalism” in Consciousness and Equity: Ethnology and Canadian Realities, Manning, F. (ed.) National Museum of Man, Mercury Series  #89E, Ottawa


(1983)  “Jewish Entrepreneurs: Factors Affecting Minority Success” (with M.J. Kelner) in The Changing Jewish Community: A Symposium on Current Research, Schoenfeld, S.(ed.), Ethnic Research Program Institute for Behaviourial Research, York University, North York


(1988) “The Charter’s Omission: Group Rights of Canada’s Minorities” in Canada in the Evolving Pacific Community, Joei, B.T.K.(ed.), Center of Area Studies, Tamkang University, Taipei, Taiwan ROC


(1990) “Multiculturalism: Canada’s Response to Racial and Ethnic Diversity” in Proceedings of the International Seminar on Regionalism and National Identity: Canadian and Indian Experince,

                                        University of Delhi, Indian Association of Canadian Studies


(1995)  “Ethnicity and Self-Determination: A Paradigm”, in the proceedings of the Martin Ennals Memorial, Symposium on Self-Determination (Satellite Conference for the 1993 World Conference on Human Rights) March 3-6, 1993. Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Co-sponsored by the College of Law, University of Saskatchewan and International Alert





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