Postcolonial Studies

(The TQCC of Postcolonial Studies is 3. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-06-01 to 2023-06-01.)
The ruse of consent and the anatomy of ‘refusal’: cases from indigenous North America and Australia125
From subjugated knowledge to conjugated subjects: science and globalisation, or postcolonial studies of science?89
From colonialism to National Socialism to postcolonialism: Hannah Arendt's Origins of Totalitarianism29
From the Everyday to IR: In Defence of the Strategic Use of the R-word25
On decoloniality: a view from Oceania18
Theorising Russian postcolonial studies15
Italy's Postcolonial ‘Question’: Views from the Southern Frontier of Europe12
Trump’s populism: lessons from Latin America12
An actress compelled to act: Angelina Jolie'sNotes from My Travelsas celebrity activist/travel narrative10
Redemption from development: Amartya Sen, Rastafari and promises of freedom9
The decolonial subject and the problem of non-Western authenticity8
From Fighting Underpopulation to Curbing Population Growth: Tracing Colonial Power in German Development Interventions in Tanzania6
On making noise: Hokkolorob and its place in Indian student movements6
Exceptionalising democratic dissent: a study of the JNU event and its representations5
State, gender and the life of colonial laws: the hijras/khwajasaras’ history of dispossession and their demand for dignity and izzat in Pakistan5
(Post)Colonial governance in Hong Kong and Macau: a tale of two cities and regimes4
A home to which I don’t belong: geopolitics, colonialism and whiteness in the experience of Middle Eastern and North African citizens in the United States4
‘Soliciting sixpences from township to township’: moral dilemmas in mid-nineteenth-century Melbourne4
The evolution of elite high-rise condominiums in India: from the global to the neo-colonial?3
Dissolving into the sea: cinematic migrants and the problem of agency3
The politics of ‘postcolonial’ memory (extract fromMy Father Was a Terrorist? A Kind of Memoir—work in progress)3
The post-independence history of student movements in India and the ongoing protests3
Student protests, media and the university in India3
Worlding Sexualities under Apartheid: From Gay Liberation to a Queer Afropolitanism3
‘Martinique is ours, not theirs!’: framing conflicting identities during the 2009 protests3