An audio message said to have been recorded by the al-Qaeda leader says the abduction was retaliation for “France’s injustice to Muslims”.
It says forthcoming French curbs on the full veil are “colonial oppression”.
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- Also on settlements as utopias: Andrekos Varnava (ed.), Imperial Expectations and Realities: El Dorados, Utopias and Dystopias, Manchester University Press, 2015
- Naming, renaming and decolonising? ‘Obama Will Restore Mt. McKinley’s Name To Denali On Alaska Trip’, 2015
- Embodying settler colonialism: Charlotte Ann Chopin, ‘Embodying ‘the new white race’: Colonial Doctors and Settler Society in Algeria, 1878–1911’, Social History of Medicine, 2015
- On the settlement of Iceland: Árni Einarsson, ‘Viking Age Fences and Early Settlement Dynamics in Iceland’, Journal of the North Atlantic, 27, 2015
- A special Feral Feminisms issue on settler colonialism: Shaista Patel, Ghaida Moussa, Nishant Upadhyay (eds), Complicities, Connection, and Struggles: Critical Transnational Feminist Analysis of Settler Colonialism, 2015
- Decolonising settler and non-settler colonialisms: Natacha Gagné, ‘Brave New Words: The Complexities and Possibilities of an “Indigenous” Identity in French Polynesia and New Caledonia’, The Contemporary Pacific, 27, 2, 2015, pp. 371-402
- Settler colonialism in Europe: Liina Lukas, ‘Who Holds the Right to the Land? Narratives of Colonization in Baltic-German and Estonian Literatures’, in Andreas Beer, Gesa Mackenthun (eds), Fugitive Knowledge: The Loss and Preservation of Knowledge in Cultural Contact Zones, Waxmann Verlag, 2015, pp. 65-82
- Decolonising local relationships; an example? Janelle Young, Reimagining Mi’kmaq-State Relations: Facing Colonialism at the Mi’kmaq-Nova Scotia-Canada Tripartite Forum, MA thesis, Dalhousie University, 2015
- On US Settler Colonial Landscapes: Ellen-Rae Cachola, ‘Reading the Landscape of U.S. Settler Colonialism in Southern Oʻahu’, Feral Feminisms, Complicities, Connections, & Struggles: Critical Transnational Feminist Analysis of Settler Colonialism, 4, 2015
- Decolonising settler and gendered colonialisms: Andrew Allsup, Queer Indigenous Rhetorics: Decolonizing the Socio-Symbolic Order of Euro-American Gender and Sexual Imaginaries, MA Thesis, Kansas State University, 2015
- German settlers in Brazil; Germanness, Brazilianness, freedom, unfreedom: Eugene S. Cassidy, ‘The Ambivalence of Slavery, The Certainty of Germanness: Representations of Slave-Holding and Its Impact Among German Settlers in Brazil, 1820–1889’, German History, 33, 3, 2015, pp. 367-384
- Nation-building, ‘Western institutionalism’ and theimplementation of ‘indigenous self-government’ in Greenland after 2009: Rauna Kuokkanen, ‘”To See What State We Are In”: First Years of the Greenland Self-Government Act and the Pursuit of Inuit Sovereignty’, Ethnopolitics: Formerly Global Review of Ethnopolitics, 2015
- Reflecting on the invisibility of violence under settler colonialism: Cindy Holmes, Sarah Hunt, Amy Piedalue, ‘Violence, Colonialism, and Space: Towards a Decolonizing Dialogue’, ACME: An International E-Journal for Critical Geographies, 14, 2, 2014, pp. 539-570
- Blaming colonialism (and settler colonialism) rather than immune systems: Paul Kelton, Alan C. Swedlund, Catherine M. Cameron (eds), Beyond Germs: Native Depopulation in North America, University of Arizona Press, 2015
- Promoting alternative settler paradises: Henry Knight Lozano, ‘Water in Paradise: California, Florida, and Environmental Rivalry in the Gilded Age’, Environmental History, 2015