Bibliographic update April 2015: All

Settler Colonial Studies

What has water got to do with it? Indigenous public housing and Australian settler-colonial relations
Tess Lea, ONLINE EARLY
Remembering ‘the blackfellows’ dam': Australian Aboriginal water management and settler colonial riparian law in the upper Roper River, Northern Territory
M. Barber, ONLINE EARLY
‘Nothing never change’: mapping land, water and Aboriginal identity in the changing environments of northern Australia's Gulf Country
Richard J. Martin, ONLINE EARLY
Decolonising Indigenous water ‘rights’ in Australia: flow, difference, and the limits of law
Peter Burdon, ONLINE EARLY
Returning to the water to enact a treaty relationship: the Two Row Wampum Renewal Campaign
Jessica Hallenbeck, ONLINE EARLY
Indigenous place and diaspora space: of literalism and abstraction
Daniel Coleman, ONLINE EARLY
‘North’ in contemporary Canadian national–cultural imaginaries: a haunted phantasm
Lisa Cooke, ONLINE EARLY
Nazifying colonialism: settler colonialism and the fate of Germany's colonial chronotope
Matthew P. Fitzpatrick, ONLINE EARLY
Stealing home: decolonizing baseball's origin stories and their relations to settler colonialism
Craig Fortier, ONLINE EARLY
Agency and structural constraints: Indigenous peoples and the Australian settler-state in North Queensland
Alexander Page, ONLINE EARLY
Saltwater cowboys: life in a time of death and destruction
Lisa Slater, ONLINE EARLY
Reconciling Canada: Critical Perspectives on the Culture of Redress
Marc Woons, ONLINE EARLY
‘Blond Beasts of Prey’: A Nietzschean interpretation of the language of Britain's colonisation of New Zealand
Paul Moon, ONLINE EARLY
Settler-colonial citizenship: conceptualizing the relationship between Israel and its Palestinian citizens
Nadim N. Rouhana, ONLINE EARLY
Oral history, colonialist dispossession, and the state: the Palestinian case
Rosemary Sayigh, ONLINE EARLY
Settler-colonialist management of entrances to the native urban space in Palestine
Emile Badarin, ONLINE EARLY
Do unto others as they have done unto you: explaining the varying tragic outcomes of settler colonialism
Shaiel Ben-Ephraim, ONLINE EARLY
Recognition, sovereignty struggles, and indigenous rights in the United States
Mark Rifkin, ONLINE EARLY
Madness and marginality: the lives of Kenya's White insane
Brett Shadle, ONLINE EARLY
Corrigendum
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