arena journal 37/8, special issue on settler colonialism out now
John Hinkson, ‘Why settler colonialism?’.
Edward Cavanagh, ‘History, time and the indigenist critique’.
Elizabeth Strakosch and Alissa Macoun, ‘The vanishing endpoint of settler colonialism’.
Sarah Maddison, ‘Seven generations behind: Representing native nations’.
Mary O’Dowd, ‘Embodying the Australian nation and silencing history’.
Gaia Giuliani, ‘The colour lines of settler colonialism’.
Hokulani K Aikau, ‘More than preserving a polynesian paradise’.
Alice Robinson and Dan Tout, ‘Unsettling conceptions of wilderness and nature’.
Tracey Banivanua Mar, ‘Settler-colonial landscapes and narratives of possession’.
Melissa Lovell, ‘A settler-colonial consensus on the northern intervention’.
Deirdre Howard-Wagner, ‘Reclaiming the northern territory as a settler-colonial space’.
Palestine: Past and Present
John Docker, ‘Orientalism and zionism: Dismantling Leon Uris’s “exodus”‘.
Patrick Wolfe, ‘New Jews for old: Settler state formation and the impossibility of Zionism: In memory of Edward W. Said’.
Lorenzo Veracini, ‘Settler colonialism: A global and contemporary phenomenon’.
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