Welcome to CASS

The Centre for Colonial and Settler Studies (CASS) promotes critical inquiry into the history, theoretical framing, and contemporary legacies of colonialism on a global scale.

We create work that places colonial and settler colonial formations in comparative and connected frames.

CASS reflects the research strengths of our University of Wollongong members and fosters collaboration with other leading scholars in the field in Australia and internationally.

We hold seminars, conferences and other events. We are @cass_uow on Twitter. To be included on our mailing list, email us at uow.cass@gmail.com.

Recent Posts

  1. Ayahs and Amahs: Transcolonial Servants in Australia and Britain 1780-1945 Leave a reply
  2. Food and Colonialism Workshop Leave a reply
  3. Program and Abstracts: Indigenous Sovereignties, Identities, Histories Leave a reply
  4. Treaty Talk by Dave Kampers and Evan Te Ahu Poata-Smith Leave a reply
  5. Decolonizing Traditions: Native Hawaiian Women and the Question of Feminism Leave a reply
  6. Symposium: Indigenous Sovereignties, Identities, Histories Leave a reply
  7. Talk by Professor Mark Rifkin (UNC, Greensboro) Leave a reply
  8. Book launch, 17 May Leave a reply
  9. Discussion Forum: Learning from Christchurch: Recognising complicity, Fighting white supremacy Leave a reply