Emma Battell Lowman has a PhD in sociology and history from the University of Warwick, UK, and holds an MA in history from the University of Victoria. She is a trans-Atlantic Settler of both Canadian and British nationalities.
"Both callous and empathetic approaches to indigenous dysfunction have always focused on the Indian 'problem.' And yet, settler colonialism as a mode of domination is fundamentally constituted by the unequal relationship between indigenous and non-indigenous collectives. This book finally focuses on the real 'problem.' It was hidden in plain sight all along: the settler."