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Contemporary Canadian mining : colonial continuities -- Theorizing Canada's twenty-first-century colonialist mining project -- "I hear the rustling of gold under my feet" : mining, race, and the making of Canada -- "Something from nothing" : generating wealth in the racialized mining economy -- Racial rule : resource appropriation and the rule of law -- Who do we say we are? Narratives of Canadian mining professionals in African states -- "I wouldn't glorify them as prospectors" : colonial contact zones and the eradication of African 'artisanal' miners -- Refusing the "white man's burden" : investing in colour-blind mining in post-apartheid South Africa.
Challenging Canada's image as a humane, enlightened global actor, Colonial Extractions examines the troubling racial logic that underpins Canadian mining operations in several African countries.
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