Archive for June, 2014

Jennifer Balint, Julie Evans, and Nesam McMillan, ‘Rethinking Transitional Justice, Redressing Indigenous Harm: A New Conceptual Approach’, International Journal of Transitional Justice (First published online: April 22, 2014). Transitional justice has become the dominant international framework for redressing mass harm. To date, however, transitional justice has not adequately accounted for past colonial harms and their ongoing effects. […]

Mark Munsterhjelm, ‘Corporate protectors of state sovereignty: Mitsubishi’s and a Taiwan affiliate’s accounts of relations with Taiwan Aborigines’, Asian Ethnicity 15, 3 (2014). This paper compares two related corporations’ accounts of enacting sovereignty with Taiwan Aborigines. First, Mitsubishi corporate webpage histories constitute mythic origin narratives about how their patriotic founder, Yataro Iwasaki, helped the Japanese government transport […]

Libby Porter and Janice Barry, ‘Bounded recognition: urban planning and the textual mediation of Indigenous rights in Canada and Australia’, Critical Policy Studies (Published online: 02 Jun 2014). While the recognition of marginalized social groups has become widely accepted as an important consideration for contemporary planning, the particular challenge of Indigenous recognition has barely registered […]

Settler Colonial Studies, Vol. 4, No. 3 (2014)  is now available on Taylor & Francis Online.  articles ‘Social ignorance and Indigenous exclusion: public voices in the province of Quebec, Canada’, by Laura Schaefli & Anne Godlewska ‘Pentateuch–Joshua: a settler-colonial document of a supplanting society’, by Pekka Pitkänen ‘Human suffering in colonial contexts: reflections from Palestine’, by Nadera Shalhoub-Kevorkian ‘Transnational […]