Towards a new research agenda? Foucault, whiteness and Indigenous sovereignty
Moreton-Robinson, Aileen M. (2006) Towards a new research agenda? Foucault, whiteness and Indigenous sovereignty. Journal of Sociology, 42(4), pp. 383-395.
Indigenous sovereignty as an area of study is usually analysed by legal scholars and political theorists who locate it within a judicio-political framework. This article is offered as a work in progress to stimulate sociological thinking about Indigenous sovereignty in a different way. The article considers recent work in Whiteness studies in Australia and abroad, as well as literature using Foucault’s idea of the relationship between race, sovereignty and war.
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