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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- Reflecting on the interaction of national and settler US history: John Mack Faragher, ‘”And the lonely voice of youth cries ‘What is truth?'”: Western History and the National Narrative’, Western Historical Quarterly, 2016
- On the gender of settlers: Sarah Carter, Imperial Plots: Women, Land, and the Spadework of British Colonialism on the Canadian Prairies, University of Manitoba Press, 2016
- Decolonising settler art: Michael J. Farnan, Representing Wilderness: Community, Collaboration, and Artistic Practice, PhD dissertation, University of Western Ontario, 2016
- On the sacred role of the most recent colonisations (II): Theresa Miller, ‘Conjuring Property: An Interview with Jeremy Campbell’, Engagement: A blog published by the Anthropology and Environment Society, a section of the American Anthropological Association, 15/09/16
- On the sacred role of the most recent colonisations (I): Paerau Warbrick, ‘A cause for nervousness: The proposed Māori land reforms in New Zealand’, AlterNative: An International Journal of Indigenous Peoples , 12, 4, 2016
- On the sacred role of the most ancient colonisations: Karin W. Tikkanen, ‘On the Building of a Narrative’, Mnemosyne, 2016
- Different modes of domination always overlap: Justin Leroy, ‘Black History in Occupied Territory: On the Entanglements of Slavery and Settler Colonialism’, Theory & Event, 19, 4, 2016
- On the gender of settler states: Audra Simpson, ‘The State is a Man: Theresa Spence, Loretta Saunders and the Gender of Settler Sovereignty’, Theory & Event, 19, 4, 2016
- On the criminalisation of indigenous resistance: Heidi Kiiwetinepinesiik Stark, ‘Criminal Empire: The Making of the Savage in a Lawless Land’, Theory & Event, 19, 4, 2016
- Settler colonial studies as ‘colonial unknowing’: Manu Vimalassery, Juliana Hu Pegues, Alyosha Goldstein, ‘Introduction: On Colonial Unknowing’, Theory & Event, 19, 4, 2016
- Settler colonialism is a tribal issue: Christine Brown, Dark legacies: Tracing roots of U.S. settler colonialism in contemporary tribal issues, PhD Dissertation, Washington State University, 2016
- Indigenous suicide and settler societies: Simon Hatcher, ‘Indigenous Suicide: A Global Perspective with a New Zealand Focus’, Canadian Journal of Psychiatry, 61, 11, 2016, pp. 684-687
- Settler colonialism as affliction: Seth Archer, ‘Colonialism and Other Afflictions: Rethinking Native American Health History’, History Compass, 14, 10, 2016, pp. 511–521
- Indigenes to migrants to settlers: Mary L. Mullen, ‘How the Irish Became Settlers: Metaphors of Indigeneity and the Erasure of Indigenous Peoples’, New Hibernia Review, 20, 3, 2016, pp. 81-96
- Decolonial scholarship: Jessica Venable, Brandy Ann Sato, Jimi Del Duca, Franklin Sage, ‘Decolonizing Our Own Stories A Project of the Student Storytellers Indigenizing the Academy (SSITA) Group’, International Review of Qualitative Research, 9, 3, 2016, pp. 341-362