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Settler Colonialism

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At a time when the Chinese are being labeled the “new colonialists,” this special issue of SAQ revisits the history of settler colonialism in such varied societies as the United States, South Africa, Eritrea, and Palestine/Israel. This issue examines similarities and differences among the diverse historical, geographical, and economic instances of settler colonialism, the ...more
Paperback, 866 pages
Published October 5th 2008 by Duke University Press Books (first published 2008)
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Sep 20, 2014 Taruia rated it it was ok
Shelves: history, colonialism
This collection of essays into an edition of 'The South Atlantic Quarterly' doesn't just look at Settler Colonialism as such, but imperialism and empire. For my purposes the essays were a bit 'hit and miss' with essays on Zionist colonialism by Pappe and Obenzinger, being offset by the more contemporary (and peripherally relevant to settler colonialism) by whanau Kehaulani Kauanui and Abhraham.
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Alyosha Goldstein is Associate Professor of American Studies at the University of New Mexico. He is the author of Poverty in Common: The Politics of Community Action during the American Century and editor of Formations of United States Colonialism.
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