Invasion is a Structure not an Event: Settler Colonialism Past and Present

A two-day event organized by Gabriel Piterberg, UCLA

Invasion is a Structure not an Event: Settler Colonialism Past and Present

Day One: Thursday, October 29, 2009
Invasion is a Structure not an Event: Settler Colonialism Past and Present

Day Two: Friday, October 30, 2009
Invasion is a Structure not an Event: Settler Colonialism Past and Present

Conference Podcasts

Indigenous institution building and 20th century US Indian policy
A lecture by Duane Champagne, UCLA


Capitalist bi-nationalism in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
A lecture by Gershon Shafir, UCSD


Terra Nullius: Its past and some thoughts on today
A lecture by Carole Pateman, UCLA


The settlers ongoing contract: Assimilation and removal in the post-frontier era.
A lecture by Patrick Wolfe, La Trobe University, Australia


Between Palestine and the Rand: Settler colonialism, labor and state violence.
A lecture by Zachary Lockman, New York University


Shafir's Response to Zachary Lockman
A response by Gershon Shafir, UCSD


Creating Nostalgia: European Womens Writing in Colonial Algeria.
A lecture by Patricia Lorcin, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities


The literature of settler societies: Camus, S. Yizhar and Amos Oz.
A lecture by Gabriel Piterberg, UCLA


Settler colonialism past and presenta commentary
A commentary by Joel Beinin, Stanford