Labour, Solidarity And Death: The Enunciative Freedoms Of Involuntary Settler Politics

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Labour, Solidarity And Death: The Enunciative Freedoms Of Involuntary Settler Politics
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UW African Studies Program says
"Labour, Solidarity and Death" outlines the refashioning of settler colonialism by non-Indigenous subalterns into a post/colonial politics of indigeneity. Indigenous desappearance is both prefigured and conspicuous in much of the Caribbean. Across political, historical, philosophical, and literary narratives, this "supposed" disappearance of Indigenous Peoples becomes constritutive of a new social structure and "grammar" of being woven through the region's history of modern, coercive, labour.

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By: UW African Studies Program

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