From the Editors
“While government sights are set on ‘the enemy’, ours might be set on them and on how this rush to the intimate structures new sites of imperial governance.” – Ann Stoler  “We have to squeeze these guys.” – Senior State Department official in the wake of the 2006 Hamas parliamentary victory  In tracing the historical circuits through which techniques of colonial management have been tested and transmitted, Laleh Khalili has underscored Palestine’s centrality in ...Keep Reading »
Lisa Bhungalia is a doctoral candidate in Geography at Syracuse University. Her research examines the intersection of US national securitization, aid, and late-modern occupation in Palestine.
"the potential dangers of labeling the Ottomans as another colonial power [in Africa]: Rather than asserting themselves as the rightful and hegemonic rules of a borderlands region, they represented themselves to their local interlocutors as alternative allies to the otherwise impeding arrival of European colonial rule."click | email | tweet