Saturday, November 19 / 8:00 AM - 9:45 AM LaSalle 1 (Floor 7)

Session 144
Settler Colonialism and Taxation

Chair: Molly Michelmore, Washington and Lee University
Discussant: Molly Michelmore, Washington and Lee University

1. Using Tax Law to Explore Settler Colonialism’s Spatial Dimension in the United StatesMaximilien Zahnd, University of Oxford.

2. How Tax Matters to Colonialism: Property, Assimilation, and Racializing IndigeneityKyle Willmott, Simon Fraser University.

3. Land Expropriation and the U.S. Fiscal StateVanessa Williamson, Brookings Institution.

4. When Protest Movements Fail: The Economic Causes and Consequences of Settler Rebellion in the Cape of Good Hope, 1770-1780Jonathan Schoots, Stellenbosch University; Johan Fourie, Stellenbosch University; Katherine Eriksson, University of California, Davis.

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