Archive for December, 2009
The 2010 ethnohistory conference to be held in Ottawa. From their website: Creating Nations and Building States: Past and Present The theme for the ASE Ottawa 2010 is titled ‘Creating Nations and Building States: Past and Present,’ focusing on indigenous societies and their relations with expanding colonial and modern state structures of Canada, America, and […]
Filed under: Call for papers |
From borderlands 8, 2 (2009): James Belich has produced the most rich and comprehensive comparative history of white settler colonialism – if only the settler side of it – since the transnational turn of the 1990s. Above all else, this is economic history, and that of settlers and not natives. His thesis is composed with […]
Filed under: Scholarship and insights |
Review article on native agency.
Filed under: Scholarship and insights, United States |
South African farmers seeking greener pastures, and Libya has been earmarked as a potential settler domain.
Filed under: Political developments, Southern Africa |
Tags: Southern Africa