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Settler Colonial Studies

For a Special Issue on

New Voices in Settler Colonial Studies

Abstract deadline
31 October 2023

Manuscript deadline
01 June 2024

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Special Issue Editor(s)

Magdalena Naum, Aarhus University/Lund University
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Karl Jacoby, Columbia University
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New Voices in Settler Colonial Studies

Since the inception of settler colonial studies in the 1990s the field has grown exponentially to include diverse sources, methodologies, questions and perspectives. Merging critique and analysis of colonialism stemming from Indigenous studies with those of colonial history, informed by critical theory, postcolonial, decolonial and other theoretical perspectives and being investigated by multi- and interdisciplinary approaches, the field of settler colonial studies is diverse, rich and mature enough to have a capacity to look critically on itself.

This special issue aims to bring together representatives of a new generation of settler colonialism researchers from across different disciplines to use their cutting-edge work to showcase the new voices in the field. We invite early career researchers – doctoral students, postdoctoral scholars and untenured faculty with a few years of academic research experience following the completion of their PhD – to submit papers on any aspect of settler colonialism across all periods, places and disciplines.

Submission Instructions

The deadline for submitting a 1-page long outline of the article is 31 October, 2023. The outline should also include a short statement about the author’s current affiliation and career stage. It should be submitted via email to both editors. The invited authors should submit their full manuscript by 1 June 2024. The special issue is expected to be published in December 2024.

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