Bibliographic update January 2018: All

Settler Colonial Studies

Decolonising mental health services one prejudice at a time: psychological, sociological, ecological, and cultural considerations
Jonathan Fay, vol. 8 (1): 47-59
The international politics of settler self-governance: reflections on Zionism and ‘Dominion’ status within the British empire
Dan Freeman-Maloy, vol. 8 (1): 80-95
Meditations on reserve life, biosociality, and the taste of non-sovereignty
Billy-Ray Belcourt, vol. 8 (1): 1-15
Meditations on reserve life, biosociality, and the taste of non-sovereignty
Billy-Ray Belcourt, vol. 8 (1): 1-15
Lifelong sorrow: settler affect, state and trauma at Anne of Green Gables
Rob Shields, ONLINE EARLY
Urbanizing settler-colonial studies: introduction to the special issue
Libby Porter, ONLINE EARLY
Urbanisation and Indigenous dispossession: rethinking the spatio-legal imaginary in Chile vis-à-vis the Mapuche nation
Magdalena Ugarte, ONLINE EARLY
‘A forest of urbanization’: Camp Metropolis in the edge areas
Noura Alkhalili, ONLINE EARLY
Urban aloha ‘aina: Kaka‘ako and a decolonized right to the city
Tina Grandinetti, ONLINE EARLY
Markets and monarchs: indigenous urbanism in postcolonial Kampala
William Monteith, ONLINE EARLY
‘Returning resources alone is not enough’: imagining urban planning after Treaty settlements in Aotearoa New Zealand
Brigid Te Ao McCallum Livesey, ONLINE EARLY
Religious urban decolonization: new mosques/antique cities
Nimrod Luz, ONLINE EARLY
Urbanizing settler-colonial studies: introduction to the special issue
Libby Porter, ONLINE EARLY
Urbanisation and Indigenous dispossession: rethinking the spatio-legal imaginary in Chile vis-à-vis the Mapuche nation
Magdalena Ugarte, ONLINE EARLY
‘A forest of urbanization’: Camp Metropolis in the edge areas
Noura Alkhalili, ONLINE EARLY
Urban aloha ‘aina: Kaka‘ako and a decolonized right to the city
Tina Grandinetti, ONLINE EARLY
Markets and monarchs: indigenous urbanism in postcolonial Kampala
William Monteith, ONLINE EARLY
‘Returning resources alone is not enough’: imagining urban planning after Treaty settlements in Aotearoa New Zealand
Brigid Te Ao McCallum Livesey, ONLINE EARLY
Religious urban decolonization: new mosques/antique cities
Nimrod Luz, ONLINE EARLY
Lifelong sorrow: settler affect, state and trauma at Anne of Green Gables
Rob Shields, ONLINE EARLY
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