Studies In Settler Colonialism: Politics, Identity and Culture

Hardcover | April 28, 2011

EditorF. Bateman, L. Pilkington

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A widespread and still contemporary political phenomenon that exercises a profound effect on societies, settler colonialism structures relationships both historically and culturally diverse. This book assesses the distinctive feature of settler colonialism, and discusses its political, sociological, economic and cultural consequences.

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A widespread and still contemporary political phenomenon that exercises a profound effect on societies, settler colonialism structures relationships both historically and culturally diverse. This book assesses the distinctive feature of settler colonialism, and discusses its political, sociological, economic and cultural consequences.

FIONA BATEMAN is the Post-Doctoral Researcher on the Globalization, Empire and Culture strand of the Texts, Contexts, Cultures Project at the Moore Institute, NUI Galway. Her PhD addressed the subject of Ireland's Spiritual Empire in the twentieth century.  LIONEL PILKINGTON is a Senior Lecturer in English at NUI Galway. He is the aut...

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Format:HardcoverDimensions:316 pages, 8.5 × 5.51 × 0.04 inPublished:April 28, 2011Publisher:Palgrave Macmillan UKLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230238777

ISBN - 13:9780230238770

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Table of Contents

Introduction; F.Bateman &L.Pilkington
'An Unknown and Feeble Body': How Settler Colonialism Was Theorised in the Nineteenth Century; T.Foley
Spenser, Purchas, and the Poetics of Colonial Settlement; D.Carey
'Dycheyng and Hegeying': The Material Culture of the Tudor Plantations in Ireland; J.P.Montano
A Settled Question?: Charles, Lord Cornwallis, the Loss of America and the Mind of Empire; D.Dix
International Anti-Colonialism: The Fenian Invasions of Canada; R.Young
Indirect Rule in Australia: A Case Study in Settler Colonial Difference; B.Silverstein
(En)gendering Faith?: Love, Marriage and the Evangelical Mission on the Settler-Colonial Frontier; C.McLisky
'Wanted! A Real White Australia': The Women's Movement, Whiteness and the Settler-colonial Project, 1900-1940; J.Carey
From the Indigenous to the Indigent: Homelessness and Settler Colonialism in Hawai'i; L.E.Lyons
Searching for the 'C' word: Museums, Art Galleries, and Settler Colonialism in Hawai'i; K.K.Kosasa
A Dream Deterred: Palestine from Total War to Total Peace; J.Collins
Displaced Nations: Israeli Settlers and Palestinian Refugees; S.D.Hassan
Telling the End of the Settler Colonial Story; L.Veracini
JM Coetzee and the Idea of Africa; D.Attwell
Zionism Then and Now; S.Makdisi
Where We Belong: South Africa as Settler Colony and the Calibration of African and Afrikaner Indigeneity; E.Boehmer
Race and the Trace of History; P.Wolfe