`Settler societies' are those in which Europeans have settled and become politically dominant over indigenous people, and where a heterogenous society has developed in class, ethnic and racial terms. They offer a unique prism for understanding the complex relations of gender, race, ethnicity and class in contemporary societies. Unsettling Settler Societies brings together a distinguished cast of contributors to explore these relations in both material and discursive terms. They look at the relation between indigenous and settler//immigrant populations, focusing in particular on women's conditions and politics. The book examines how the process of development of settler societies, and the positions of indigenous and
Chapter 11: Palestine, Israel and the Zionist Settler Project
Palestine, Israel and the Zionist Settler Project
In every settler society project, the country is perceived by the settlers, at least to some extent, as a 'new world – available not only for immigration, but also for establishing a ‘new and better society’ (often called ...