|Degrees:||Ph.D. (Carleton University), M.A. (St. Paul University), Graduate Diploma (Concordia University), B.A. (University of Saskatchewan)|
Anita Grace’s research bridges studies in critical criminology with research on gender and employment. Her doctoral research examined women’s post-carceral reintegration and employment. Currently she is a Post-Doctoral Fellow in Carleton’s Sprott School of Business where she is the lead researcher on a Mitacs Accelerate project: Work, Life, and Family During the COVID-19 Pandemic in partnership with the Canadian Mental Health Association, Ontario.
Grace teaches Criminal Justice System (LAWS 2301) and Social Justice and Human Rights (LAWS 2105).
Research Areas of Interest
- gender and labour
- theories of governance and discipline
- critical criminology and feminist scholarship
- coping and resilience
Grace, Anita. (2019) “’They just don’t care’: Women Charged with Domestic Violence in Ottawa.” Manitoba Law Journal 42(3): 153-188.
Grace, Anita, Rose Ricciardelli, Dale Spencer & Dale Ballucci. (2019) “Collaborative Policing: Networked responses to child victims of sex crimes.” Child Abuse & Neglect 93: 197-207.