Colonisation

ALTERNATIVE LABELS
Neo-colonialism
NARROWER TERMS
Book

On Taungurung Land: sharing history and culture

This publication is the first monograph to examine how the Taungurung Nation of central Victoria negotiated with protectors and pastoralists to retain possession of their own country for as long as possible. The book shares generational knowledge, in order to revitalise relationships to place and...
Report

Linking Indigenous communities with regional development: Australia overview

This report discusses key issues in demography, governance and policy, as they relate to Indigenous peoples in Australia. It focuses on the ‘governance of government’, including the difficult institutional environment that many Indigenous communities and organisations face.
Briefing paper

Historical trauma and whānau violence

This discussion explores historical trauma and the impact of whānau violence on Māori. In this paper, when the authors speak of whānau violence, they are speaking to both the violence perpetrated by colonisation and the State upon whānau, and the violence that occurs within and...
Book

Tulagi: Pacific outpost of British Empire

A new history of the Tulagi enclave provides an understanding of the origins of modern Solomon Islands. Tulagi was also a significant outpost of the British Empire in the Pacific, which enables a close analysis of race, sex and class and the process of British...
Report

Enduring colonization

This report presents an independent policy and law analysis of the situation faced by French Polynesia and its peoples, who remain under the effective administrative and political control of France.
Thesis

Indigenous performance in Oceania: affect, sociality, and sovereignty

How are affective regimes of colonialism, such as the discourses and sites of memorialization, recognition, tourism, and climate change, challenged and negotiated within Oceania? What is at stake in these formations of colonialism and the ways they have been addressed by both Pacific nations and...
Article

Decolonising the Pacific

Not many people know that, at one time, New Zealand was busily acquiring a Pacific empire. In his essay on ‘New Zealand and the Pacific Ocean’, published as part of a collection in New Zealand and the Sea (Bridget Williams Books), Damon Salesa argues that...
Book

Indigenous mobilities: across and beyond the Antipodes

This edited collection examines Aboriginal and Māori travel in colonial contexts.
Book review

Settling accounts

'Settler economies'—Australia is one—had their golden age during the century between the end of the Napoleonic wars in 1815 and the beginning of the First World War in 1914. Thereafter, they have had to adapt to less propitious circumstances; notably, the Depression of the 1930s...
Commentary

It’s time for a new “unifying moment”

Evidence suggests that Australians aren’t strongly wedded to celebrating a national day on 26 January.