Bibliographic update January 2015: All

Settler Colonial Studies

Oral history, colonialist dispossession, and the state: the Palestinian case
Rosemary Sayigh, ONLINE EARLY
Second-rate victims: the forced sterilization of Indigenous peoples in the USA and Canada
Leonardo Pegoraro, 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
Colonialism and the politicisation of difference
Suren Pillay, ONLINE EARLY
Recognition, sovereignty struggles, and indigenous rights in the United States
‘Killed for being in the way of the great land theft’: civilian-driven settler genocides in California and Queensland
Mohamed Adhikari, ONLINE EARLY
Madness and marginality: the lives of Kenya's White insane
Brett Shadle, ONLINE EARLY
The transit of empire: indigenous critiques of colonialism
Adam J. Barker, ONLINE EARLY
A German on the Prairies: Max Sering and settler colonialism in Canada
Robert L. Nelson, vol. 5 (1): 1-19
Contaminating and collapsing Indigenous space: judicial narratives of Canadian territoriality
Michael McCrossan, vol. 5 (1): 20-39
Settler colonialism, conflicts, and genocide: interactions between hunter-gatherers and settlers in Kenya, and Zimbabwe and northern Botswana
Robert K. Hitchcock, vol. 5 (1): 40-65
Reeled in: the settlement project and the evacuation of an Israeli fishing village from Gaza
Emily Lewsen, vol. 5 (1): 66-83
The decline and fall of the Israeli Military Government, 1948–1966: a case of settler-colonial consolidation?
Arnon Yehuda Degani, vol. 5 (1): 84-99
Refuse to live quietly!
Jana-Rae Yerxa, vol. 5 (1): 100-102
The third space of sovereignty: the postcolonial politics of U.S.-Indigenous relations
Adam J. Barker, vol. 5 (1): 103-106
Hunger, horses, and government men: criminal law on the aboriginal plains, 1870-1905
Adam Carmichael, vol. 5 (1): 106-108

Slavery & Abolition

Black Republicans, Black Republic: African-Americans, Haiti, and the Promise of Reconstruction
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