Saturday, May 11, 2013


Frantz Fanon as Democratic Thinker
Frantz Fanon and Black Conscousness in Azania
Frantz Fanon: The Marx of the Third World
Frantz Fanon and the African Political Class
Frantz Fanon and the African Revolution
Frantz Fanon and the Lumpenproletariat
Rescuing Fanon from his Critics
Some Aspects of the Political Philosophy of Frantz Fanon
Race Nation: Ideology in the Thought of Frantz Fanon
From Citizenship to Negritude - Making a Difference in Elite Ideologies of Colonized Francophone West Africa
Machiavelli and Fanon: Ethics, Violence, and Action
Mapping the Unconscious: Racism and the Oedipal Family
Martin and Malcolm on Nonviolence and Violence
Ndebele, Fanon, Agency, and Irony
Negritude and Black Cultural Nationalism
Orientalism: A Black Perspective
Primitive Accumulation and Traditional Social Relations on the Nineteenth Century Gold Coast
The Evolution of the Attitude of Malcolm X Towards Whites
The Political Economy of Religious Commodities in Cairo
W.E.B. DuBois: A Perspective on the Basis of His Thought
Intersecting Oppressions (Patricia Hill Collins)
The Black Panther Party: Service to the People Programs (Foreward by Cornel West)
Mapping the Margins
Seeing the Light: Visionary Feminism (bell hooks)
The Savage Freud: The First Non-Western Psychoanalyst and the Politics of Secret Selves in Colonial India
The Intimate Enemy: Loss and Recovery of Self Under Colonialism

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