Some terrorism scholars argue that the concept of terrorism is a tool of white supremacy and colonialism that should be abolished. What might the archives of radical feminism, Black Power, and the New Left indicate about the abolition of terrorism as a reactionary practice in service of white supremacy, imperialism, and capitalism?
Verena Erlenbusch-Anderson works in political theory and contemporary European philosophy, with a special interest in critical theory and genealogy. She is the author of Genealogies of Terrorism: Revolution, State Violence, Empire (Columbia, 2018) She is currently working on a book on white supremacist terrorism in the United States.
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