Briefly on Decolonial Futurity and the Failing Coherence of the Settler Colonial Order

It is more than likely a safe assumption that within the imagination of settler colonial civil society, the repressive apparatus of the state and the white/settler/master population at large that the “Indian” no longer poses a viable military threat to the coherence of the settler colonial state. Scratch just beneath the surface however and much more seems to be amiss than meets than the settler colonial eye.

What Makes the Red Man Red?: Comments on Indianness, Racial-Being & Visual Schema

Before I begin I’d really like to thank everyone on Twitter, but especially Nicolas Juarez (@nijuarez) and William Richardson (@HoodAcademic), whose conversations yesterday on this subject got me thinking enough to awaken from my writing slumber. Especially as it relates directly to my chosen specialization in my PhD research in sociology (my dissertation’s working title…

Fascism & Anti-Fascism: A Decolonial Perspective

In the wake of the election of Donald Trump to the south of the colonial border, there has been a blooming of discussion on fascism and the necessity for anti-fascist organizing amongst various left-wing streams of thought: anarchists, marxists, anti-racists, as well as others. This has only increased in the wake of his inauguration, the…