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Account Options Sign in. Top charts. New arrivals. In Colonial Lives of Property Brenna Bhandar examines how modern property law contributes to the formation of racial subjects in settler colonies and to the development of racial capitalism.
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Racial Regimes of. Ownership / Brenna Bhandar Title: Colonial lives of property: law, land, and racial regimes of owner ship / Brenna. Bhandar. Property Law and Creating Racial Value in the Settler Colony,” Journal of Law and Soci-.
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Colonial Lives of Property draws insight from and contributes to anticolonial struggles and movements for the displaced attuned to the conditions of Indigenous dispossession. In Theft is Property! From the mid-seventeenth century onward, further catalysed with the taxonomies of racial science during the late eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, Euro-American presuppositions of race and racial difference attributed value to those persons accorded the capacity and will to properly appropriate and claim possession through particular methods of improvement. Bhandar can be likewise productively read alongside scholars such as Aileen Moreton-Robinson, Shona Jackson, Iyko Day, Tiffany Lethabo King and K-Sue Park, each of whom emphasise how distinct yet interdependent formations of colonisation and race underwrite the logics of possession and property, and each of whom reject the conventional division between analytics of land and labour as obscuring the work of conquest and colonial domination.