ISOPOLITICS, DEEP COLONIZING, SETTLER COLONIALISM

@article{Veracini2011ISOPOLITICSDC,
  title={ISOPOLITICS, DEEP COLONIZING, SETTLER COLONIALISM},
  author={Lorenzo Veracini},
  journal={Interventions},
  year={2011},
  volume={13},
  pages={171 - 189}
}
Abstract This essay contributes to interdisciplinary reflection on settler colonialism and decolonization by proposing an analysis of two characteristic traits of the ‘settler colonial situation’: isopolitics and deep colonizing. The first section outlines isopolitical relations as an alternative possibility to sustained colonial domination on the one hand, and internationally recognized independence within an international system of formally independent polities on the other. The second… Expand
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