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Thoughts on the U.S. as a Settler Society (Plenary Remarks, 2010 SANA Conference)



Abstract: Analyzing the United States as a settler society has the potential to bring together insights from the anthropology of Native North America and the anthropology of the United States. This article suggests several justifications for and implications of doing so, with focus on citizenship, sovereignty, economy, and nature. [settler colonialism, indigenous peoples, state of the field]