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Chapter I Empire, Colony, Genocide: Keywords and the Philosophy of I listorv 3 A. Dirk Moses Chapte; 2 Anticolonialism in Western Political Thought: The Colonial Origins of the Coticept of Genocide 55 Andrew Fitzmaurice Chapter 3 Are Settler-(Colonies Inherently Genocidal? Re-reading Lemkin 81 John Docker Chapter 4 Structure and Event: Settler Colonialism, Time, and the Question of Genocide 102 Patrick WXolfe Chapter 5 "Crime Without a Name": Colonialism and the Case for " lldigenocide" 133 Raymond Evans Chapter o Colonialism and Geniiocides: Notes for the Analysis of the Settler Archie 148 Lorenzo \eracini Chapter 7 Biopower and Modern Genocide 162 Dan Stone Section II: Empire, Colonization, and Genocide Chapter 8 Empires, Native Peoples, and Genocide 183 Mark Levene Chapter 9 Serial Colonialism and Genocide in Nineteenth-Century Cambodia 205 Ben Kiernan Chapter 10 Genocide in Tasmania: The History of an Idea 229 Ann Curthoys Chapter 11 "The aborigines ... were never annihilated, and still they are becoming extinct": Settler Imperialism and Genocide in Nineteenth-century America and Australia 253 Norbert Finzsch Chapter 12 Navigating the Cultural Encounter: Blackfoot Religious Resistance in Canada (c. 1870-1930) 271 Blanca Tovias Chapter 13 From Conquest to Genocide: Colonial Rule in German Southwest Africa and German East Africa 296 Dominik J. Schaller Chapter 14 Internal Colonization, Inter-imperial Conflict and the Armenian Genocide 325 Donald Bloxham Chapter 15 Genocidal Impulses and Fantasies in Imperial Russia 343 Robert Geraci