Tag: settler colonialism

Destruction and erasure: Juukan Gorge and the contemporary settler-colonial imagination

…the post-1967 period, in which settlers have been no longer able to deny Indigenous existence, has been marked by the development of new strategies that seek to submerge, subsume, or to otherwise evade the implications of Indigenous sovereignties…

Remembering at Woolgangi, by Skye Krichauff

As a lagoon re-emerges and country heals, an Aboriginal past is revealed

Australia: What’s in a Name?, by Bruce Buchan

Treaty—cause for optimism and opportunity

Trump: Internal Disporas, by Robert Geroux

Robert Geroux

25 Jan 2017

Markets turned all Americans into a kind of permanent internal diaspora.

Migrant Justice in Settler-Colonial Australia, by Sam Levnad

How can we work towards refugee and asylum-seeker rights while acknowledging Aboriginal sovereignty?

Vale Patrick Wolfe

22 Feb 2016

Patrick Wolfe tragically passed away very prematurely on Thursday, we mourn his passing.

Why Settler Australia Needs Refugees by Lorenzo Veracini

A specifically settler society relation to our borders