Recommended Reading

Native Liberation / Settler Colonialism

Tuck, Eve, and K. Wayne Yang. (2012). “Decolonization is Not a Metaphor.” Decolonization.

Waziyatawin. (2008). What Does Justice Look Like?: The Struggle for Liberation in Dakota Homeland.

Waziyatawin. (2009). “You Can’t Un-Ring a Bell: Demonstrating Contrition Through Action.”

Waziyatawin. (2014). “Colonialism on the Ground.” Intercontinental Cry.

Indigenous Action. (2014). “Accomplices Not Allies: Abolishing the Ally Industrial Complex.”

Indigenous Action. (2017). “Uprooting Colonialism: The Limitations of Indigenous Peoples’ Day.”

Indigenous Action. (2020). “Voting is Not Harm Reduction: An Indigenous Perspective.”

Ena͞emaehkiw Wākecānāpaew Kesīqnaeh. (2017). “Fascism and Anti-Fascism: A Decolonial Perspective.”

Tinker, Tink. (2008). American Indian Liberation: A Theology of Sovereignty.

Simpson, Leanne Betasamosake. (2017). As We Have Always Done: Indigenous Freedom Through Radical Resistance.

Lister, Majerle. (2018). “The Only Way to Save the Land is to Give It Back’: A Critique of Settler Conservationism.” The Red Nation.

Gilio-Whitaker, Dina. (2019). As Long As Grass Grows: The Indigenous Fight for Environmental Justice, from Colonization to Standing Rock.

Grande, Sandy. (2013). “Accumulation of the Primitive: The Limits of Liberalism and the Politics of Occupy Wall Street.” Settler Colonial Studies.

Day, Iyko. (2016). Alien Capital: Asian Racialization and the Logic of Settler Colonial Capitalism.

Fanon, Frantz. (1957). “French Intellectuals and Democrats and the Algerian Revolution.” In Toward the African Revolution.

Fanon, Frantz. (1963). The Wretched of the Earth.

Sakai, J. (1989). Settlers: The Mythology of the White Proletariat.

Tani, E., and Kaé Sera. (1985). False Nationalism, False Internationalism: Class Contradictions in the Armed Struggle.

Greer, Allan. (2018). Property and Dispossession: Natives, Empires and Land in Early Modern North America.

Ostler, Jeffrey. (2019). Surviving Genocide: Native Nations and the United States from the American Revolution to Bleeding Kansas.

Wolfe, Patrick. (2006). “Settler Colonialism and the Elimination of the Native.” Journal of Genocide Research.

Imperialism / Global Political Economy

Marx, Karl, and Friedrich Engels. (2016). On Colonies, Industrial Monopoly, and the Working Class Movement.

Lenin, V. I. (1917). Imperialism, the Highest Stage of Capitalism.

Lenin, V. I. (1916). “Imperialism and the Split in Socialism.”

Lenin, V. I. (2019). On Imperialism and Opportunism.

Cope, Zak. (2015). Divided World Divided Class: Global Political Economy and the Stratification of Labour under Imperialism.

Cope, Zak. (2019). The Wealth of (Some) Nations: Imperialism and the Mechanics of Value Transfer.

Clelland, Donald. (2014). “The Core of the Apple: Degrees of Monopoly and Dark Value in Global Commodity Chains.” Journal of World-Systems Research.

Clelland, Donald. (2020). “Imperialism and Global Value Transfers.” In The Palgrave Encyclopedia of Imperialism and Anti-Imperialism.

Lauesen, Torkil. (2018). The Global Perspective: Reflections on Imperialism and Resistance.

Hickel, Jason. (2018). The Divide: Global Inequality from Conquest to Free Markets.

Hickel, Jason. (2019). “The Imperative of Redistribution in an Age of Ecological Overshoot: Human Rights and Global Inequality.” Humanity.

Hickel, Jason. (2020). “Quantifying National Responsibility for Climate Breakdown.” Lancet Planet Health.

Hickel, Jason, et al. (2021). “Plunder in the Post-Colonial Era: Quantifying Drain from the Global South through Unequal Exchange, 1960-2018.” New Political Economy.

Donnelly, Seth. (2019). The Lie of Global Prosperity: How Neoliberals Distort Data to Mask Poverty and Exploitation.

Lessenich, Stephan. (2019). Living Well at Others’ Expense: The Hidden Costs of Western Prosperity.

Ricci, Andrea. (2021). Value and Unequal Exchange in International Trade: The Geography of Global Capitalist Exploitation.

Patnaik, Utsa, and Prabhat Patnaik. (2016). A Theory of Imperialism.

Patnaik, Utsa, and Prabhat Patnaik. (2021). Capital and Imperialism: Theory, History, and the Present.

Patnaik, Utsa. (2017). “Revisiting the ‘Drain,’ or Transfers from India to Britain.” In Agrarian and Other Histories: Essays for Binay Bhushan Chaudhuri.

O’Leary, Brendan. (2019). A Treatise on Northern Ireland, Vols. I-III.

Feminism and Gender / LGBTQ Liberation

Deer, Sarah, and Elizabeth Ann Kronk Warner. (2019). “Raping Indian Country.”

Deer, Sarah. (2015). The Beginning and End of Rape: Confronting Sexual Violence in Native America.

K’é Infoshop. (2019). “Settler Sexuality: Resistance to State-Sanctioned Violence, Reclamation of Anti-Colonial Knowledges, and Liberation for All.”

Kauanui, J. Kēhaulani. (2018). Paradoxes of Hawaiian Sovereignty: Land, Sex, and the Colonial Politics of State Nationalism.

Morgensen, Scott. (2010). “Settler Homonationalism: Theorizing Settler Colonialism within Queer Modernities.”

Shakur, Assata. (1978). “Women in Prison: How It Is With Us.”

Nakano Glenn, Evelyn. (1992). “From Servitude to Service Work: Historical Continuities in the Racial Division of Paid Reproductive Labor.” Signs.

Kollontai, Alexandra. (1978). Selected Writings.

Mies, Maria. (2014). Patriarchy and Accumulation on a World Scale: Women in the International Division of Labor.

Bottomfish Blues. (2014). Amazon Nation or Aryan Nation: White Women and the Coming of Black Genocide.

Lee, Butch. (2015). Jailbreak Out of History: The Re-Biography of Harriet Tubman and “The Evil of Female Loaferism”.

Lee, Butch, and Red Rover. (2017). Night-Vision: Illuminating War and Class on the Neo-Colonial Terrain.

Federici, Silvia. (2004). Caliban and the Witch: Women, the Body, and Primitive Accumulation.

Ahmed, Sara. (2016). “An Affinity of Hammers.” Transgender Studies Quarterly.

Cope, Zak. (2008). Dimensions of Prejudice: Towards a Political Economy of Bigotry.

Eisenstein, Hester. (2009). Feminism Seduced: How Global Elites Use Women’s Labor and Ideas to Exploit the World.

Farris, Sara. (2017). In the Name of Women’s Rights: The Rise of Femonationalism.