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Dear all, We are pleased to announce that the first issue of settler colonial studies is now available for your viewing. Check it out here. In this stage of its life, settler colonial studies is an online, open-access journal. There are may benefits of such a medium (among them, universally free access, and immediate registration […]

Here’s a teaser for the forthcoming settler colonial studies 1 (2011). ARTICLES Lorenzo Veracini: Introducing settler colonial studies pp. 1-12 Patrick Wolfe: After the Frontier: Separation and Absorption in US Indian Policy pp. 13-50 Scott Lauria Morgensen: The Biopolitics of Settler Colonialism: Right Here, Right Now pp. 51-75 Ivan Sablin and Maria Savelyeva: Mapping Indigenous […]

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Held at Newberry Library, Chicago   Becca Gercken, ‘Manifest Meanings: The Selling (Not Telling) of American Indian History and the Case of “The Black Horse Ledger”‘, The American Indian Quarterly 34, 4 (2010) In lieu of an abstract, here is a preview of the article. What is the value or perceived necessity—for an Indian or […]

Frankie Quinn and Gabbi Murphy, ‘Streets Apart: Photographs of the Belfast Peacelines’, Radical History Review 108 (2010) This issue’s “Curated Spaces” features the work of the Belfast photographer Frankie Quinn, with an introductory essay by Gabbi Murphy. The photographs included come from a series taken between 2002 and 2008 that documents life along the walls […]

Gary Fields, ‘Ex-Communicated: Historical Reflections on Enclosure Landscapes in Palestine’, Radical History Review 108 (2010) “Ex-Communicated” tells a story about enclosure on the Palestinian landscape through photographic images that reference themes from the enclosures in early modern England and highlight the historically long-standing interplay of power and space. Using Michel Foucault’s spatial notion of power […]