Special Issue Review Essay: The Intelligentsia In Dissent: Palestine, Settler-Colonialism and Academic Unfreedom in the Work of Steven Salaita
This review essay constitutes an attempt to outline the main conceptual concerns reflected in the cumulative, book-length scholarly output of Steven Salaita to date, with particular emphasis on what the reviewer presumes to be his original contributions to American Indian/Indigenous Studies.
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ZahzahO. (2019). Special Issue Review Essay: The Intelligentsia In Dissent: Palestine, Settler-Colonialism and Academic Unfreedom in the Work of Steven Salaita. Transmotion, 5(1), 211-224. https://doi.org/10.22024/UniKent/03/tm.640
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