Fanon: A Critical Reader / Edition 1by Lewis Gordon
The wide range of disciplines represented here enables the volume to stand as a contextualizing work in Fanon studies. It contains new original essays on Africana philosophy, the human sciences, dialectical humanism, women of color studies, neocolonial and postcolonial studies, violence, and tragedy.See more details below
The wide range of disciplines represented here enables the volume to stand as a contextualizing work in Fanon studies. It contains new original essays on Africana philosophy, the human sciences, dialectical humanism, women of color studies, neocolonial and postcolonial studies, violence, and tragedy.
Table of Contents
Foreword: Leonard Harris (Purdue University) & Carolyn Johnson.
Part I: Oppression:.
1. Fanon, Oppression and Resentment: The Black Experience in the United States: Floyd W. Hayes III (Purdue University).
2. Perspectives of Du Bois and Fanon on the Psychology of Oppression: Stanley O. Gaines, Jr.
3. Racism and Objectification: Reflections on Themes from Fanon: Richard Schitt (Brown University).
Part II: Questioning the Human Sciences:.
4. Fanon's Body of Black Experience: Ronald A. T. Judy (University of Pittsburgh).
5. The Black and the Body Politic: Fanon's Existential Phenomenological Critique of Psychoanalysis: Lewis R. Gordon.
6. To Cure and to Free: The Fanonian Project of Decolonized Psychiatry: Francoise Verges (UC Berkeley).
7. Revolutionizing Theory: Sociological Dimensions in Fanon's Sociologie D'Une Revolution: Renee T. White (Purdue University).
Part III: Identity and the Dialectics of Recognition: .
8. Casting the Slough: Fanons New Humanism for a New Humanity: Robert Bernasconi (University of Memphis).
9. Fanon, Sartre and Identity Politics: Sonia Kruks (Oberlin College).
10. The Difference Between the Hegelian and Fanonian Dialectic of Lordship and Bondage: Lou Turner.
Part IV: Fanon and the Emancipation of Women of Color: .
11. Antiblack Femininity - Mixed-Race Identity: Engaging Fanon to Reread Capecia: T. Denean Sharpley-Whiting (Purdue University).
12. Violent Women: Surging into Forbidden Quarter: Nada Elia (Western Illinois University-Macomb).
13. To Conquer the Veil: Fanon's Continued Relevance to Algeria: Eddy Souffrant (Marquette University).
14. Invisibility and Super/Vision: Fanon on Race, Veils, and Discourses of Resistance: David Theo Goldberg (Arizona State University).
Part V: Postcolonial Dreams, Neocolonial Realities: .
15. Public (Re)Memory, Vindicating Narratives, and Troubling Beginnings: Towards a Postcolonial Psychoanalytical Theory: Maurice Stevens (Santa Cruz).
16. Fanon, African and Afro-Caribbean Philosophy: Paget Henry (Brown University).
17. Fanon and the Contemporary Discourse of African Philosophy: Tsenay Serequeberhan (Simmons College).
18. On the Misadvertures of National Consciousness: A Retrospect on Frantz Fanon's Gift of Prophecy: Olufemi Taiwo (Loyola University, Chicago).
Part VI: Resistance and Revolutionary Violence:.
19. Jammin' the Airwaves and Tuning Into the Revolution: The Dialectics of the Radio in L'An Cinq du la Revolution Algerienne: Nigel Gibson (Columbia University).
20. Fanon on the Role of Violence in Liberation: A Comparison to Gandhi and Mandela: Gail M. Presby (Marist College).
21. Fanon's Tragic Revolutionary Violence: Lewis R. Gordon (Purdue University).
Afterword: Joy Ann James (University of Massachusetts & University of Colorado).
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