Telling the end of the settler colonial story

@inproceedings{Veracini2011TellingTE,
  title={Telling the end of the settler colonial story},
  author={Lorenzo Veracini},
  year={2011}
}
Settler colonialism has been resistant to decolonization. Some settler polities decolonized later, some tentatively, some not at all (Veracini 2007a). And yet, as underscored, for example, by the 2007 UN declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples and by its careful assertion of an indigenous right to self-determination respectful of the sovereignty of existing states, there is a need to focus on the possibility of postcolonial futures in a not-yet postcolonial world.1 Considering the at… Expand
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