"Kinship and Community Care in African Nova Scotian Communities." in Journal of the Motherhood Initiative for Research and Community Involvement, 4 (1)
Claudine Bonner is an Associate Professor in Acadia University’s Sociology department. Her research and teaching interests include African diaspora studies, critical race theory, equity and social justice, education and community history.
Other publications from this author include:
- "'Likely to become a Public Charge': Examining Black Migration to Eastern Canada, 1900-1930" in Unsettling the Great White North: African Canadian History (2021)
- "Labouring for Change: Narratives of African-Nova Scotian Women, 1919 – 1990" in Reid-Maroney, N. (ed). Women in the Promised Land: New Essays in African Canadian History. Nina Reid-Maroney, Boulou Ebanda de B'béri, Wanda Thomas Bernard, eds. (Women's Press / Canadian Scholars 2018). (2018)
- "A Daughter of Promise – Diary of a Female African-Canadian Teacher in Rondeau, 1907" in The Promised Land: History and Historiography of the Black Experience in Chatham-Kent's Settlements and Beyond, Nina Reid-Maroney, Handel K. Wright, Boulou Ebanda de b'Béri, eds. (University of Toronto Press, 2014), 90-105. (2014)