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  • Culture and Globalization Space & Place II Land, Natural Resources, and Settler Colonialism February 20, 2013
  • Settler Colonialism● What do we mean by colonialism and imperialism?● What are we describing when we call globalization "neo-colonialism"?● What does settler colonialism describe? How can we connect it specifically to our understandings of globalization?
  • Goldstein: Where the Nation Takes Place● What are the main issues at stake in this article?● How does the framework of "national sovereignty" come into play here?● What fundamental questions about U.S. settler colonialism do these land struggles pose?
  • Waziyatawin: Paradox of Indigenousresurgence● According to Waziyatawin, in what ways are environmental issues indigenous issues?● How does this connect to the history of globalization, from early European colonialism on?
  • Uranium Mining● How does this issue connect to the Goldstein and Waziyatawin articles?● How does the excerpt from Ceremony depict this case?● In what ways is uranium mining a good case study of the transition to globalization?
  • Uranium Mining● How does this issue connect to the Goldstein and Waziyatawin articles?● How does the excerpt from Ceremony depict this case?● In what ways is uranium mining a good case study of the transition to globalization? ○ military-industrial complex, Cold War, biological regimes, colonialism, capitalist competition