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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- Settler agnosia: Grant Arndt: ‘Settler agnosia in the field: Indigenous action, functional ignorance, and the origins of ethnographic entrapment’, American Ethnologist, 43, 3, 2016, pp. 465–474
- Myths are structures: Eric W. Marlow, The Myths and Institutional Structures that Maintain Settler Colonialism in the United States, MA Dissertation, University of Oklahoma, 2016
- Was it decolonial? Luis F. Angosto-Ferrández, ‘Indigenous Peoples, Social Movements, and the Legacy of Hugo Chávez’s Governments’, Latin American Perspectives, 2016
- Settler soliciting consent (if it’s not consent, it must be refusal): Audra Simpson, ‘Consent’s Revenge’, Cultural Anthropology, 31, 3, pp. 326–333
- Settler disposabilities: Sherene H. Razack, ‘Gendering Disposability’, Canadian Journal of Women and the Law, 28, 2, 2016
- Food insecurity is settler colonial: Kristin Burnett, Travis Hay, Lori Chambers, ‘Settler Colonialism, Indigenous Peoples and Food: Federal Indian policies and nutrition programs in the Canadian North since 1945’, Journal of Colonialism and Colonial History, 17, 2, 2016
- Measuring settler attitudes: Donald L. Rubin, Adam Landon, Michael Tarrant, Lee Stoner, Logan Mintz, ‘Measuring Attitudes Toward the Rights of Indigenous Peoples: An Index of Global Citizenship’, Journal of Global Citizenship & Equity Education, 5, 1, 2016
- Represnting appropriations: Lisa Michelle King, ‘Revisiting Winnetou: The Karl May Museum, Cultural Appropriation, and Indigenous Self-Representation’, Studies in American Indian Literatures, 28, 2, 2016, pp. 25-55
- To reconise or not to recognise … Dan Tout, ‘Settler Recognition?’, Arena Magazine, 143, 2016, pp. 12-13
- Call for papers: Violence and Indigenous Communities: Confronting the Past, Engaging the Present, Newberry Colloquium D’Arcy McNickle Center for American Indian and Indigenous Studies, Newberry Library, Chicago, May 12-13, 2017
- Formal inquiries into indigenous suicide justify settler colonialism: Mandy Gray, ‘Pathologizing Indigenous Suicide: Examining the Inquest into the Deaths of C.J. and C.B. at the Manitoba Youth Centre’, Studies in Social Justice, 10, 1, 2016, pp. 80-94
- Occupying what’s occupied: Shaphan Cox, Christina Birdsall-Jones, Roy Jones, Thor Kerr, Steve Mickler, ‘Indigenous persistence and entitlement: Noongar occupations in central Perth, 1988–1989 and 2012’, Journal of Historical Geography, 54, 2016, pp. 13–23
- Re-enacting a re-enactment: Rinker Buck, The Oregon Trail A New American Journey, Simon & Schuster, 2015
- Ben Silverstein on Patrick Wolfe: History Workshop Journal, 2016.
- Again on genocide versus ethnic cleansing: Gary Clayton Anderson, ‘The Native Peoples of the American West: Genocide or Ethnic Cleansing?’, Western Historical Quarterly, 2016