Bibliographic update April 2017: All

Settler Colonial Studies

Invariably genocide? When hunter-gatherers and commercial stock farmers clash
Mohamed Adhikari, vol. 7 (2): 192-207
Good land–bad land: ecological knowledge and the settling of the old Northwest, 1755–1805
Ursula Lehmkuhl, vol. 7 (2): 141-163
Poor, white, and useful: settlers in their petitions to US Congress, 1817–1841
Julius Wilm, vol. 7 (2): 208-220
Experiences, actors, spaces: dimensions of settler colonialism in transnational perspective
Eva Bischoff, vol. 7 (2): 135-140
Arms & amelioration: negotiating Quaker peace testimony and settler violence in 1830s Van Diemen's Land
Eva Bischoff, vol. 7 (2): 241-259
Invariably genocide? When hunter-gatherers and commercial stock farmers clash
Mohamed Adhikari, vol. 7 (2): 192-207
‘The intrusion therefore of cattle is by itself sufficient to produce the extirpation of the native race’: social ecological systems and ecocide in conflicts between Hunter–Gatherers and commercial stock farmers in Australia
Norbert Finzsch, vol. 7 (2): 164-191
‘I am frightened out of my life’: Black War, white fear
Nicholas Clements, vol. 7 (2): 221-240
Erratum
vol. 7 (2): 260-260
Settler colonial history, commemoration and white backlash: remembering the New Zealand Wars
Vincent O’Malley, ONLINE EARLY
Meditations on reserve life, biosociality, and the taste of non-sovereignty
Billy-Ray Belcourt, ONLINE EARLY
Settler colonial history, commemoration and white backlash: remembering the New Zealand Wars
Vincent O’Malley, ONLINE EARLY
Civilising the settler: unstable representations of French settler colonialism in Algeria
David Cummings, ONLINE EARLY
Towards an emotional history of settler decolonisation: De Gaulle, political masculinity and the end of French Algeria 1958–1962
Martin Evans, ONLINE EARLY
Meditations on reserve life, biosociality, and the taste of non-sovereignty
Billy-Ray Belcourt, ONLINE EARLY
The destruction of the Islamic state of being, its replacement in the being of the state: Algeria, 1830–1847
William Gallois, ONLINE EARLY
From indigènes to immigrant workers: pied-noir perceptions of Algerians and people of Algerian origin in postcolonial France
Emmanuelle Comtat, ONLINE EARLY
Writing/righting Palestine studies: settler colonialism, indigenous sovereignty and resisting the ghost(s) of history
Rana Barakat, ONLINE EARLY
Settler colonial incorporation and inheritance: historical sciences, indigeneity, and settler narratives in post-WWII Taiwan
Tomonori Sugimoto, ONLINE EARLY

Slavery & Abolition

Introduction: Slavery and landscape
vol. 38 (1): 1-5
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