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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- Selective memory, re-enactment, and settler landscapes: Bruce Erickson, ‘Embodied heritage on the French River: Canoe routes and colonial history’, The Canadian Geographer, 2015
- On repressed indigeneity: Naohiro Nakamura, ‘Being Indigenous in a non-Indigenous environment: identity politics of the Dogai Ainu and new Indigenous policies of Japan, Environment and Planning A, 47, 3 , 2015, pp. 660 – 675
- Unsettling science education through a critique of settler colonialism: Megan Bang, Ananda Marin, ‘Nature–culture constructs in science learning: Human/non-human agency and intentionality’, Journal of Research in Science Teaching, 52, 4, 2015, pp. 530–544
- A tentative exploration of the current dispensation: Lorenzo Veracini, The Settler Colonial Present, Palgrave Macmillan, 2015
- Normalising settler rule; indigeneity as disability: Karen Soldatic, ‘Postcolonial reproductions: disability, indigeneity and the formation of the white masculine settler state of Australia’, Social Identities: Journal for the Study of Race, Nation and Culture, 2015
- On indigenous resistances: Robert Penner, ‘The Ojibwe Renaissance: Transnational Evangelicalism and the Making of an Algonquian Intelligentsia, 1812–1867, American Review of Canadian Studies, 2015
- ‘Cryopolitics’ as transfer? Emma Kowal, Joanna Radin, ‘Indigenous biospecimen collections and the cryopolitics of frozen life’, Journal of Sociology, 51, 1, 2015, pp. 63-80
- On exogenous alterities: Ien Ang, ‘At home in Asia? Sydney’s Chinatown and Australia’s “Asian Century”‘, International Journal of Cultural Studies, 2015
- On ‘Indigenous': Kay Yandell, ‘Indian, Native, Indigene: The Reverberations of a Quiet Linguistic Revolution’, American Literary History, 2015
- On Russian settlers: Kathryn E. Graber, Jesse D. Murray, ‘The Local History of an Imperial Category: Language and Religion in Russia’s Eastern Borderlands, 1860s–1930s’, Slavic Review, 74, 1, 2015, pp. 127-152
- On exception and settler orders: Juanita Sundberg, ‘The state of exception and the imperial way of life in the United States–Mexico borderlands’, Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, 2015
- On all these things: Ravi de Costa, ‘Recognition and self-determination: Indigenous politics in settler states’, Australian Journal of Political Science, 50, 1, 2015, pp. 174-189
- On indigenous visibility and settler appraisal: Natalie J. K. Baloy, ‘Spectacles and spectres: settler colonial spaces in Vancouver’, Settler Colonial Studies, 2015
- Indigenous peoples in someone else’s settler place: Rodolfo Stavenhagen, ‘Ruta Mixteca Indigenous Rights and Mexico’s Plunge into Globalization’, Latin American Perspectives, 2015
- On indigenous inhabitance of space under settler colonialism: Magid Shihade, ‘Not Just a Picnic: Settler Colonialism, Mobility, and Identity among Palestinians in Israel’, Biography, 37, 2, 2014, pp. 451-473