Bibliographic update October 2017: All

Settler Colonial Studies

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
Editorial Board
vol. 7 (4): 0-0
Editorial Board
vol. 7 (4): 0-0
The logic of survival: towards an Indigenous-centred history of capitalism in Wilcannia
Hannah Forsyth, ONLINE EARLY
‘From the closet into the Knesset’: Zionist sexual politics and the formation of settler subjectivity
Mikki Stelder, ONLINE EARLY
A land of one’s own: whiteness and indigeneity on lesbian land
Katherine Schweighofer, ONLINE EARLY
Toni Morrison, indigeneity, and settler colonialism
Alyssa A. Hunziker, ONLINE EARLY
Toni Morrison, indigeneity, and settler colonialism
Alyssa A. Hunziker, ONLINE EARLY
‘From the closet into the Knesset’: Zionist sexual politics and the formation of settler subjectivity
Mikki Stelder, ONLINE EARLY
A land of one’s own: whiteness and indigeneity on lesbian land
Katherine Schweighofer, ONLINE EARLY
The logic of survival: towards an Indigenous-centred history of capitalism in Wilcannia
Hannah Forsyth, ONLINE EARLY

Slavery & Abolition

Barbaric culture and black critique: black antislavery writers, religion and the slaveholding Atlantic
vol. 38 (4): 773-774
Recaptured Africans: surviving slave ships, detention, and dislocation in the final years of the slave trade
vol. 38 (4): 770-771
Flores, Votos e Balas: O Movimento Abolicionista Brasileiro (1868–88)
vol. 38 (4): 778-780
The land shall be deluged in blood: a new history of the Nat Turner slave revolt
vol. 38 (4): 771-773
Spirit possession, ritual self-cutting and debt bondage: an analysis of the testimony of a nineteenth-century West African Priest
vol. 38 (4): 745-760
Generation, resistance, and survival: African-American children and the Southampton Rebellion of 1831
vol. 38 (4): 673-696
Slavery and the American university: discourses of retrospective justice at Harvard and Brown
vol. 38 (4): 719-744
The concept of piracy in nineteenth-century American abolitionist rhetoric
vol. 38 (4): 697-718
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