Bibliographic update July 2015: All

Settler Colonial Studies

Settler-colonial citizenship: conceptualizing the relationship between Israel and its Palestinian citizens
Nadim N. Rouhana, vol. 5 (3): 205-225
Oral history, colonialist dispossession, and the state: the Palestinian case
Rosemary Sayigh, vol. 5 (3): 193-204
Settler-colonialist management of entrances to the native urban space in Palestine
Emile Badarin, vol. 5 (3): 226-235
Do unto others as they have done unto you: explaining the varying tragic outcomes of settler colonialism
Shaiel Ben-Ephraim, vol. 5 (3): 236-250
Recognition, sovereignty struggles, and indigenous rights in the United States
Mark Rifkin, vol. 5 (3): 272-274
Madness and marginality: the lives of Kenya's White insane
Brett Shadle, vol. 5 (3): 274-276
What can settler colonial studies offer to an interpretation of the conflict in Israel–Palestine?
Lorenzo Veracini, vol. 5 (3): 268-271
Seeking popular participation: nostalgia for the first intifada in the West Bank
Ala Alazzeh, vol. 5 (3): 251-267

Slavery & Abolition

Slave Trading in a Republic of Credit: Financial Architecture of the US Slave Market, 1815–1840
‘The State of Slavery': Somerset, The Slave, Grace, and the Rise of Pro-Slavery and Anti-Slavery Constitutionalism in the Nineteenth-Century Atlantic World
Up from Childhood: When African-American Enslaved Children Learned of Their Servile Status
The New Slave Narrative and the Illegibility of Modern Slavery
vol. 36 (2): 382-405
Death Rites as Birthrights in Atlantic New Orleans: Kinship and Race in the Case of María Teresa v. Perine Dauphine
vol. 36 (2): 233-256
‘A Full Knowledge of the Subject of Slavery’: The Amistad, Expert Testimony, and the Origins of Atlantic Studies
vol. 36 (2): 298-318
‘The Light of Knowledge Follows the Impulse of Revolutions’: Prince Saunders, Baron de Vastey and the Haitian Influence on Antebellum Black Ideas of Elevation and Education
vol. 36 (2): 275-297
Frank Travels: Space, Power and Slave Mobility in the British Leeward Islands, c. 1700–1730
vol. 36 (2): 335-359
Maintaining Network Boundaries: Islamic Law and Commerce from Sahara to Guinea Shores
vol. 36 (2): 211-232
Black Caribbean Empowerment and Early Eighteenth-Century Moravian Missions Documents
vol. 36 (2): 319-334
Calvinism, Proslavery and James Albert Ukawsaw Gronniosaw
vol. 36 (2): 360-381
Slaves and Englishmen: Human Bondage in the Early Modern Atlantic World
vol. 36 (2): 409-410
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