York Research Chair in Linguistic Diversity and Community Vitality
Research keywords: Race; immigration; Islamaphobia; white settler multicultural nationalism
Eve Haque is York Research Chair in Linguistic Diversity and Community Vitality. Her research and teaching interests include multiculturalism, migration and language policy, with a focus on the regulation and media representation of Islamaphobia and gendered racism in white settler societies. She is the author of Multiculturalism Within a Bilingual Framework: Language, Race and Belonging in Canada (UTP).