Settler Colonial Studies articles

Volume 7 (4)

Pathways of settler decolonization
Lynne Davis, vol. 7 (4): 393-397
Complicated pathways: settler Canadians learning to re/frame themselves and their relationships with Indigenous peoples
Lynne Davis, vol. 7 (4): 398-414
Complicated pathways: settler Canadians learning to re/frame themselves and their relationships with Indigenous peoples
Lynne Davis, vol. 7 (4): 398-414
Tracing the spirals of unsettlement: Euro-Canadian narratives of coming to grips with Indigenous sovereignty, title, and rights
Chris Hiller, vol. 7 (4): 415-440
Tracing the spirals of unsettlement: Euro-Canadian narratives of coming to grips with Indigenous sovereignty, title, and rights
Chris Hiller, vol. 7 (4): 415-440
‘A lot of catching up’, knowledge gaps and emotions in the development of a tactical collective identity among students participating in solidarity with the Winnemem Wintu
J. M. Bacon, vol. 7 (4): 441-455
‘A lot of catching up’, knowledge gaps and emotions in the development of a tactical collective identity among students participating in solidarity with the Winnemem Wintu
J. M. Bacon, vol. 7 (4): 441-455
Decolonizing solidarity: cultivating relationships of discomfort
Katie Boudreau Morris, vol. 7 (4): 456-473
Decolonizing solidarity: cultivating relationships of discomfort
Katie Boudreau Morris, vol. 7 (4): 456-473
Imagining autonomy on stolen land: settler colonialism, anarchism and the possibilities of decolonization?
Adam Gary Lewis, vol. 7 (4): 474-495
Imagining autonomy on stolen land: settler colonialism, anarchism and the possibilities of decolonization?
Adam Gary Lewis, vol. 7 (4): 474-495
Anti-colonial methodologies and practices for settler colonial studies
Elizabeth Carlson, vol. 7 (4): 496-517
Anti-colonial methodologies and practices for settler colonial studies
Elizabeth Carlson, vol. 7 (4): 496-517

Volume 7 (3)

Interculturality, identity, and self-determination in an Aboriginal cultural centre
Lainie Schultz, vol. 7 (3): 261-279
Interculturality, identity, and self-determination in an Aboriginal cultural centre
Lainie Schultz, vol. 7 (3): 261-279
What disruption, whose status quo? Non-Native narratives of victimization surrounding a First Nations' land reclamation
Shana Siegel, vol. 7 (3): 280-298
What disruption, whose status quo? Non-Native narratives of victimization surrounding a First Nations' land reclamation
Shana Siegel, vol. 7 (3): 280-298
Seeing Ms. Dhu: inquest, conquest, and (in)visibility in black women’s deaths in custody
Ethan Blue, vol. 7 (3): 299-320
Seeing Ms. Dhu: inquest, conquest, and (in)visibility in black women’s deaths in custody
Ethan Blue, vol. 7 (3): 299-320
From land dispossession to land restitution: European land rights in South Africa
Camilla Boisen, vol. 7 (3): 321-339
From land dispossession to land restitution: European land rights in South Africa
Camilla Boisen, vol. 7 (3): 321-339
‘Terra promessa’: migration and settler colonialism in Libya, 1911–1970
Emanuele Ertola, vol. 7 (3): 340-353
‘Terra promessa’: migration and settler colonialism in Libya, 1911–1970
Emanuele Ertola, vol. 7 (3): 340-353
‘Filling the void’: Turkish settlement in Northern Cyprus, 1974–1980
Helge Jensehaugen, vol. 7 (3): 354-371
‘Filling the void’: Turkish settlement in Northern Cyprus, 1974–1980
Helge Jensehaugen, vol. 7 (3): 354-371
Decolonizing geographies of power: indigenous digital counter-mapping practices on turtle Island
Dallas Hunt, vol. 7 (3): 372-392
Decolonizing geographies of power: indigenous digital counter-mapping practices on turtle Island
Dallas Hunt, vol. 7 (3): 372-392

Volume 7 (2)

Experiences, actors, spaces: dimensions of settler colonialism in transnational perspective
Eva Bischoff, vol. 7 (2): 135-140
Experiences, actors, spaces: dimensions of settler colonialism in transnational perspective
Eva Bischoff, vol. 7 (2): 135-140
Good land–bad land: ecological knowledge and the settling of the old Northwest, 1755–1805
Ursula Lehmkuhl, vol. 7 (2): 141-163
Good land–bad land: ecological knowledge and the settling of the old Northwest, 1755–1805
Ursula Lehmkuhl, vol. 7 (2): 141-163
‘The intrusion therefore of cattle is by itself sufficient to produce the extirpation of the native race’: social ecological systems and ecocide in conflicts between Hunter–Gatherers and commercial stock farmers in Australia
Norbert Finzsch, vol. 7 (2): 164-191
‘The intrusion therefore of cattle is by itself sufficient to produce the extirpation of the native race’: social ecological systems and ecocide in conflicts between Hunter–Gatherers and commercial stock farmers in Australia
Norbert Finzsch, vol. 7 (2): 164-191
Invariably genocide? When hunter-gatherers and commercial stock farmers clash
Mohamed Adhikari, vol. 7 (2): 192-207
Invariably genocide? When hunter-gatherers and commercial stock farmers clash
Mohamed Adhikari, vol. 7 (2): 192-207
Poor, white, and useful: settlers in their petitions to US Congress, 1817–1841
Julius Wilm, vol. 7 (2): 208-220
Poor, white, and useful: settlers in their petitions to US Congress, 1817–1841
Julius Wilm, vol. 7 (2): 208-220
‘I am frightened out of my life’: Black War, white fear
Nicholas Clements, vol. 7 (2): 221-240
‘I am frightened out of my life’: Black War, white fear
Nicholas Clements, vol. 7 (2): 221-240
Arms & amelioration: negotiating Quaker peace testimony and settler violence in 1830s Van Diemen's Land
Eva Bischoff, vol. 7 (2): 241-259