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How Did Colonialism Dispossess? Comments from an Edge of Empire
Abstract The emphasis on culture in studies of colonialism tends to obscure other forms of colonial power while making it impossible to contextualize the cultural argument and assess its salience.Expand
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Making Native Space: Colonialism, Resistance, and Reserves in British Columbia
Figures and Illustrations Acknowledgments Introduction Part 1: The Colonial Period 1. The Imperial Background 2. The Douglas Years, 1850-64 3. Ideology and Land Policy, 1864-71 Part 2: Province andExpand
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Power, Modernity, and Historical Geography
Abstract In the changed intellectual climate since historical geography emerged as a substantial geographical subfield, issues of power and modernity have come much to the fore. For Michel Foucault,Expand
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Voices of Disaster: Smallpox around the Strait of Georgia in 1782
This essay considers native and non-native evidence for smallpox around the Strait of Georgia and Puget Sound in the late eighteenth century. It concludes that smallpox devastated the Salish peoplesExpand
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Archival Fieldwork
T h e r e are geographers who do not enjoy fieldwork. One of my colleagues in the late 1960s, an eminent spatial theorist, could not abide the world as it presented itself to the senses. It was tooExpand
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