Bibliographic update July 2015: All

Settler Colonial Studies

Theophilus Shepstone and the forging of Natal: African autonomy and settler colonialism in the making of traditional authority
Spectacles and spectres: settler colonial spaces in Vancouver
Natalie J.K. Baloy, ONLINE EARLY
Ethnic cleansing and the Indian: the crime that should haunt America; Native America and the question of genocide
Carroll P. Kakel, ONLINE EARLY
Books for review
Settler colonial logics and the neoliberal regime
Accumulating the primitive
Sarita Echavez See, ONLINE EARLY
Afterword: a history of the settler colonial present
Lorenzo Veracini, ONLINE EARLY
How to accept German reparations
Richard Ashby Wilson, ONLINE EARLY
Red Skin, White Masks: Rejecting the Colonial Politics of Recognition
Timothy Vasko, ONLINE EARLY
Stolen childhood: Palestinian children and the structure of genocidal dispossession
Nadera Shalhoub-Kevorkian, ONLINE EARLY
The place of Israel in Asia: settler colonialism, mobility, memory, and identity among Palestinians in Israel
Magid Shihade, ONLINE EARLY
Remembering ‘the blackfellows’ dam': Australian Aboriginal water management and settler colonial riparian law in the upper Roper River, Northern Territory
M. Barber, vol. 5 (4): 282-301
‘Nothing never change’: mapping land, water and Aboriginal identity in the changing environments of northern Australia's Gulf Country
Richard J. Martin, vol. 5 (4): 317-333
Decolonising Indigenous water ‘rights’ in Australia: flow, difference, and the limits of law
Peter Burdon, vol. 5 (4): 334-349
Returning to the water to enact a treaty relationship: the Two Row Wampum Renewal Campaign
Jessica Hallenbeck, vol. 5 (4): 350-362
Reconciling Canada: Critical Perspectives on the Culture of Redress
Marc Woons, vol. 5 (4): 400-406
The Zionist bible: biblical precedent, colonialism and the erasure of memory
Pekka Pitkänen, vol. 5 (4): 398-399
Other people's country: law, water, entitlement
Timothy Neale, vol. 5 (4): 277-281
The sensible order of the eel
Anna Boswell, vol. 5 (4): 363-374
What has water got to do with it? Indigenous public housing and Australian settler-colonial relations
Tess Lea, vol. 5 (4): 375-386
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