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  • Print publication year: 2019
  • Online publication date: July 2019

Chapter 3 - Settler Colonialism and Indigenous Nations


[S]ettler colonialism cannot be relegated to the past as something with only residual effects; rather, we need to understand it as an ongoing structure of oppression in which settlers actively maintain their rights to occupy indigenous territories in the present. … [T]his oppressive relationship, as with other forms of colonialism, becomes justified via racialization … Circe Sturm