The ethical demands of settler colonial theory

@article{Macoun2013TheED,
  title={The ethical demands of settler colonial theory},
  author={Alissa Macoun and Elizabeth Strakosch},
  journal={Settler Colonial Studies},
  year={2013},
  volume={3},
  pages={426 - 443}
}
This article explores the strengths and limitations of settler colonial theory (SCT) as a tool for non-Indigenous scholars seeking to disturb rather than re-enact colonial privilege. Based on an examination of recent Australian academic debates on settler colonialism and the Northern Territory intervention, we argue that SCT is useful in dehistoricizing colonialism, usually presented as an unfortunate but already transcended national past, and in revealing the intimate connections between… Expand
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