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.
- On ethnic settler communities (yet another test case): Timothy S. Forest, ‘Defenders of Empire or Agents of Ruin? ‘Hebridean Scot Colonies In British Columbia in the 1920s’, Canadian Historical review, 96, 2, 2015
- Surprisingly dealing with contemporary manifestations of settler colonialism: Amira Jarmakani, An Imperialist Love Story: Desert Romances and the War on Terror, New York University Press, 2015
- Representing settlers, representing settler art (the case of New Zealand): Christina Barton, ‘Rethinking “Headlands”‘, Afterall: A Journal of Art, Context and Enquiry, 39, 2015, pp. 101-110
- On the study of settler colonialism: Gabriel Piterberg, ‘Israeli Sociology’s Young Hegelian’, Journal of Palestine Studies, 44, 3, 2015, pp. 17-38
- Settling as reclaiming/reclamation; on settling the wetlands: Shannon Stunden Bower, Wet Prairie People, Land, and Water in Agricultural Manitoba, University of British Columbia Press, 2014
- A settler society’s exonegous alterity: Adrian A. Smith, ‘Troubling “Project Canada”: the Caribbean and the making of “unfree migrant labor”‘, Canadian Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Studies, 2015
- On the representation of settler privilege: Angela Failler, Peter Ives, Heather Milne (eds), ‘Caring for Difficult Knowledge: Prospects for the Canadian Museum for Human Rights’, Review of Education, Pedagogy, and Cultural Studies, Special Issue, 37, 2-3, 2015
- On Modrnism, and on the contribution of indigenous imaginaries to it: Allana Lindgren, Stephen Ross (eds), The Modernist World, Routledge 2015
- On settler colonialism in Palestine: Jamil Hilal, ‘Rethinking Palestine: settler-colonialism, neo-liberalism and individualism in the West Bank and Gaza Strip’, Contemporary Arab Affairs, 2015
- Bridging the gap one miscalculation at a time: Brenda Elias, Karen Busby, Pat Martens, ‘One little, too little: Counting Canada’s Indigenous people for improved health reporting’, Social Science & Medicine, 2015
- Dealing with settler privilege: Carrie Mott, ‘The Activist Polis: Topologies of Conflict in Indigenous Solidarity Activism’, Antipode: A Radical Journal of Geography, 2015
- On settler colonial frontiers: Nicole Gombay, ‘“There are mentalities that need changing”: Constructing personhood, formulating citizenship, and performing subjectivities on a settler colonial frontier’, Political Geography , 48, 2015, pp. 11–23
- On settler appropriations: Kristen Dobbin, ‘Appropriation (?) of the Month: Indigenous Teacups’, IPinCH: Intellectual Property Issues in Cultural Heritage, 18/06/15
- First possession? Prior appropriation? Gary D. Libecap, Bryan Leonard, ‘The Economics of First Possession Rights to a Heterogeneous Resource: Prior Appropriation Rights to Water’, without mentioning indigenous peoples, 2015
- On settlers and natives: Janet Berry Hess, Osage and Settler: Reconstructing Shared History through an Oklahoma Family Archive, McFarland, 2015