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Clark, Tom

The Limits of Settler Colonial Reconciliation

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Table of contents

1. Non-Indigenous People and the Limits of Settler Colonial Reconciliation
Tom Clark, Ravi Costa, Sarah Maddison

Part I. Conceptualising the Limits of Settler Colonial Reconciliation

2. Beyond Colonial Completion: Arendt, Settler Colonialism and the End of Politics
Elizabeth Strakosch

3. Facing the Settler Colonial Present
Lorenzo Veracini

4. Two Kinds of Recognition: The Politics of Engagement in Settler Societies
Ravi Costa

5. With Whom Do We Reconcile?
Peter Read

Part II. Testing the Limits of Settler Colonial Relationships

6. Colonising White Innocence: Complicity and Critical Encounters
Alissa Macoun

7. Attitudinal Barriers to Reconciliation in Australia
Yin Paradies

8. Cultivating Sympathy and Reconciliation: The Importance of Sympathetic Response
Joanna R. Quinn

9. ‘You Can’t Have Reconciliation Without Justice’: How Non-Indigenous Participants in Canada’s Truth and Reconciliation Process Understand Their Roles and Goals
Jeffrey S. Denis, Kerry A. Bailey

10. The Poetics of Non-Indigenous Reflexive Self-awareness: Strategies of Embodiment and Delegation in Focus Group Discussions in Australia
Angélique Stastny, Sasha Henriss-Anderssen, Tom Clark

11. Truth, Sharing and Hearing: The Canadian Truth and Reconciliation Commission and the Challenge of Civic Engagement
Ry Moran

Part III. The Politics and Policy of Settler Colonial Reconciliation

12. The Spaces of Dangerous Freedom: Disrupting Settler Colonialism
Adam J. Barker, Emma Battell Lowman

13. Reconciliation and the Quest for Economic Sameness
Jon Altman

14. Silence or Deafness? Education and the Non-Indigenous Responsibility to Engage
Sarah Maddison, Angélique Stastny

15. The Limits of Reconciliation in Criminal Sentencing
Thalia Anthony

16. What Is at Stake in Constitutional Recognition?
Adrian Little

17. Erratum to: The Poetics of Non-Indigenous Reflexive Self-awareness: Strategies of Embodiment and Delegation in Focus Group Discussions in Australia
Angélique Stastny, Sasha Henriss-Anderssen, Tom Clark

Keywords: Social Sciences, Social Justice, Equality and Human Rights, Cultural Studies, Sociology of Culture, Social Anthropology, Development Studies

Editor
 
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2016
Language
en
Edition
1
Category
Society
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9789811026546
Printed ISBN
978-981-10-2653-9

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