Law, Empire & Colonialism
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Book: The Colonial Fantasy: Why white Australia can't solve black problems
2019
Allen and Unwin
2019
Allen and Unwin, Crows Nest NSW 2065, Australia
Allen & Unwin Publishers
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Book: Empire's Tracks Indigenous Nations, Chinese Workers, and the Transcontinental Railroad
2019
California
2019
California, California, USA
Manu Karuka University of California Press
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Book: The Process of International Legal Reproduction: Inequality, Historiography, Resistance
2019
Cambridge
2019
Cambridge, Cambridge, UK
Rose Parfitt Cambridge University Press
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Book: Empire, Race and Global Justice
2019
Cambridge
2019
Cambridge, Cambridge, UK
An interdisciplinary discussion on the place of empire and race within issues of global justice
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"And I say that between colonization and civilization there is an infinite distance; that out of all the colonial expeditions that have been undertaken, out of all the colonial statutes that have been drawn up, out of all the memoranda that have been dispatched by all the ministries, there could not come a single human value."

Discourse on Colonialism (1955; 1972)

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