There used to be East and West, North and South, expressing the colonial divide; they were there for centuries, if under different names. The colonial relation, by definition, develops some areas by exploiting others; it is part of the dynamic that powers the establishment of North and South and their reciprocal co-constitution. But how does reflection on settler colonialism, as distinct from colonialism, contribute to these shifting taxonomies?
Details / PDF:
The full-text PDF of this article can be purchased from Informit.