Bibliographic update October 2016: All

Settler Colonial Studies

The fiscal body of sovereignty: to ‘make live’ in Indian country
Shiri Pasternak, vol. 6 (4): 317-338
On the (geo)politics of belonging: Agamben and the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples
Mark Rifkin, vol. 6 (4): 339-348
Codename Geronimo: settler memory and the production of American statism
Kevin Bruyneel, vol. 6 (4): 349-364
Interventions: race, culture, and population via the thought of A.P. Elkin
Michael R. Griffiths, vol. 6 (4): 385-402
From Chicaza to Chickasaw: the European invasion and the transformation of the Mississippian world, 1540–1715
Mark Meuwese, vol. 6 (4): 446-448
Jackie Chan's Indian play: immigration, Asianness, and the contracting self in the American settler colony
Bruno Cornellier, vol. 6 (4): 403-422
‘Do they not have rational souls?’: consolidation and sovereignty in digital new worlds
Jodi A. Byrd, vol. 6 (4): 423-437
Patrick Wolfe (1949–2016)
Lorenzo Veracini, vol. 6 (3): 189-190
What disruption, whose status quo? Non-Native narratives of victimization surrounding a First Nations' land reclamation
Shana Siegel, ONLINE EARLY
Palestinian narratives of resistance: The Freedom Theatre’s challenge to Israeli settler colonization
Madalena Santos, ONLINE EARLY
Feral children: settler colonialism, progress, and the figure of the child
Toby Rollo, ONLINE EARLY
Decolonising mental health services one prejudice at a time: psychological, sociological, ecological, and cultural considerations
Jonathan Fay, ONLINE EARLY
The international politics of settler self-governance: reflections on Zionism and ‘Dominion’ status within the British empire
Dan Freeman-Maloy, ONLINE EARLY
Decolonizing geographies of power: indigenous digital counter-mapping practices on turtle Island
Dallas Hunt, ONLINE EARLY
‘Filling the void’: Turkish settlement in Northern Cyprus, 1974–1980
Helge Jensehaugen, ONLINE EARLY

Slavery & Abolition

Rebellion or riot?: black Loyalist food laws in Sierra Leone
vol. 37 (4): 680-703
‘Thence to Patty Cannon’s’: gender, family, and the reverse Underground Railroad
vol. 37 (4): 661-679
Unequal partners in crime: masters, slaves and free people of color in Santo Domingo, c.1600–1650
vol. 37 (4): 704-723
Cohabitation registers and the study of slave families in Virginia
vol. 37 (4): 744-760
Ireland, slavery, antislavery, post-slavery and empire: an historiographical survey
vol. 37 (3): 489-504
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