Québec Redux: Settler Coloniality and Reactionary “Decolonialism”

An original variant of the the theses in this article was first published by me on my old blog, The Speed of Dreams, in 2011 under the title Some Thoughts on the Québec Sovereigntist Movement. An updated version was later published here in 2013, with the title Settler-Colonialism in Disguise: An Indigenist Critique of Québécois…

Community, Pretendians, & Heartbreak

This is likely to be the final excerpt for my dissertation that I will be posting here on the blog. I am in the process of assembling the final draft at my present moment and will not be posting anything else related to it until after my defence in the next couple of month.

Breaking out of the Temporal Prison: On Native Cultural Production in the Era of Late Colonialism

This article is part of a continuum of writing that takes as its primary focus the autoethnographic, phenomenological, and structural investigation of Nativeness within the context of north american settler colonialism, coloniality, late-capitalist postmodernity, and the modern/colonial/capitalist world-system.  By Nativeness I here mean that general category, or sense of being, which brings together the diverse…