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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- If you're a scholar, and you find some of your work featured on the blog, then chances are that we want it for our journal.
- With a chapter on Italian settler colonialism (on the recurring myth of settlers as inherently peaceful people, brava gente): Ruth Ben-Ghiat, Stephanie Malia Hom (eds), Italian Mobilities, Routledge, 2016
- Queering the tense of settler colonialism one artifact at a time: Jamie M Arjona, ‘Sublime perversions: Capturing the uncanny affects of queer temporalities in Mississippian ruins’, Journal of Social Archeology, 2015
- Settlers on Mars! (involuntary reference to Fascisti su Marte): Mary Semaan, Net Zero Water System on Mars, MA Dissertation, University of Miami, 2015
- On settler colonialism as catastrophe: Scott Kouri, Hans Skott-Myhre, ‘Catastrophe: a transversal mapping of colonialism and settler subjectivity’, Settler Colonial Studies, 2015
- Relying on indigenous labour in settler New Caledonia: Stéphane Le Queux, Stéphanie Graff, ‘Industrial relations in New Caledonia: context and focus on the Kanak Indigenous people’s labour struggle in the background of the politics of reconciliation and decolonisation’, Labour & Industry: a journal of the social and economic relations of work, 2015
- Recognition? George Williams, ‘Constitutional recognition by way of an indigenous advisory body?’, Indigenous Law Bulletin, 8, 18, 2015, pp. 12-16
- On the need to protect indigenous informants: Pauline Foster, Terri Janke, ‘Keeping cultural knowledge with indigenous research protocols: A case study on the Kimberley land council’s intellectual property and traditional knowledge policy’, Indigenous Law Bulletin, 8, 18, 2015, pp. 17-20
- On archives and on also settler srchives: Ann Stoler, ‘On Archival Labor: Recracfting Colonial History’, Dialogo Andino, 46, 2015, pp. 153-165
- Addressing grief as decolonisation: Augustine S. J. Park, ‘Settler Colonialism and the Politics of Grief: Theorising a Decolonising Transitional Justice for Indian Residential Schools’, Human Rights Review, 2015
- Comparing settler societies and their economics: ntroduction: Kris Inwood, Hamish Maxwell-Stewart, ‘Health, Human Capital, and Early Economic Development in Australia and New Zealand’, Australian Economic History Review, 55, 2, 2015, pp. 105–111
- On settler colonialism and indigeneity: Moriel Rothman-Zecher, ‘An American-Israeli’s reflections from Germany: I am indigenous-dispossessed here’, Haaretz, 23/07/15
- Imagining Mars as a settler colony while imagining ‘freedom'; as settler an exercise one can think of: Charles S. Cockell (ed.), Human Governance Beyond Earth, Springer, 2015
- On the settler cultural dynamics of the Crusader states: Julian Jay Theodore Yolles, Latin Literature and Frankish Culture in the Crusader States (1098–1187), PhD dissertation, Harvard University, 2015
- On settler narratives of construction and destruction in the nineteenth century: Grace Moore, ‘Home Was Where the Hearth Is: Fire, Destruction, and Displacement in Nineteenth-Century Settler Narratives’, Antipodes, 29, 1, 2015, pp. 29-42
- On extinction discourse and settler colonialism: Rohan Wilson, ‘Extinction Discourse in Wanting and Doctor Wooreddy’s Prescription for Enduring the Ending of the World’, Antipodes, 29, 1, 2015, pp. 5-17