JADMAG Issue 5.1 "Settler Colonialism" Out now!

Posted on November 17, 2017 by Tadween Editors | 0 comments

Settler Colonialism
Edited by Maya Mikdashi

Paperback: $6.99 


For those interested in settler colonialism as a form of domination and rule, as well as for those currently navigating settler societies as spaces of living, working, and acting—we have gathered a selection of articles published on Jadaliyya since the site’s founding in 2010. The articles focus on the technologies, histories, and quotidian practices of settler colonialism in states such as the United States, Algeria, Canada, Israel, Australia, and South Africa. Questions of ethics, transnationalism, epistemology, intersectionality, race, indigeneity, gender and sexual difference, comparative analysis, solidarity, and political action are paramount to this collection of articles.

This volume analyzes the totality of the experiences of settler colonialism in its many facets across many indigenous groups, the mobilization of solidarity groups, and what it means in an ongoing contemporary context.


Table of Contents


Definition: What is Settler Colonialism? | 4

by Maya Mikdashi

Introduction | 8 

by Maya Mikdashi


Acts and Omissions: Framing Settler Colonialism in Palestine Studies | 10

by Brenna Bhandar and Rafeef Ziadah

Algeria’s Impact on French Philosophy: Between Poststructuralist Theory and Colonial Practice | 16

by Muriam Davis

Aloha Aina: Notes from the Struggle in Hawai’i | 21

by Noura Erakat

Sexual Violence, Women’s Bodies, and Israeli Settler Colonialism | 25

by Nadera Shalhoub-Kevorkian, Sarah Ihmoud, and Suhad Dahir-Nashif

New Texts Out Now: Maya Mikdashi, What is Settler Colonialism? and Sherene Seikaly, Return to the Present | 30

by Sherene Seikaly and Maya Mikdashi

Settler Colonialism and Alliance: Comparative Challenges to Pinkwashing and Homonationalism | 38

by Scott Morgensen 

Teaching Thanksgiving | 41

by Maya Mikdashi

About the Authors

About the Authors | 45

About the Editor | 47

Pedagogical Resources Bibliography | 48

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