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New Book—“L’insurrection de l’âme: Frantz Fanon”

Raphaël Confiant’s new book, L’insurrection de l’âme: Frantz Fanon, vie et mort du guerrier-silex, was published earlier this month by Caraïbéditions (2017).

Description: A volunteer in the Free French Forces during World War II, a psychiatrist, an activist for Algerian independence, a writer in… 152 more words


À l’ombre de Fanon : La Bataille d’Alger de Pontecorvo dans l’optique fanonienne

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Dans son essai « L’Algérie se dévoile » (1959), écrit au plus fort de la guerre d’indépendance algérienne, Frantz Fanon (1925-1961) soutient que « le colonialisme se bat pour renforcer sa domination et l’exploitation humaine et économique. 2,707 more words

Colonialism and Imperialism

In this video, we discuss the theoretical, economic, political, cultural, and psychological aspects of colonialism and imperialism. We thank our guests are Samim Yaquby and Harris Pham for joining us on this discussion. 7 more words


The Wretched of the Earth-Frantz Fanon

On July 1, 1962 a referendum was held that paved the way for Algerian independence from the government of France. The complete cessation of armed conflict marked the end of war that lasted seventeen years.   694 more words

Investigative Report

Reading Notes: Fanon, Black Skin White Masks

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Fanon, BSWM (Markman translation)


Chp 1 The Negro and Language

Chp 2 The Woman of Color and the White Man

Chp 3 The Man of Color and the White Woman… 2,431 more words

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I Am A Black South Indian.

My ancestors are descendants of the Dravidian race, otherwise known as black South Indians. Five generations on my mother’s side and at least, two generations on my father’s side that I know of, have been born in Tamil Nadu. 1,632 more words

Sunday Smack: Is Steve Bannon the Frantz Fanon of White People?

The Strange Persistence of Guilt” piece by New York Times writer David Brooks — where he equates President Donald Trump’s chief strategist and Alt-Right icon Steve Bannon with Martiniquan psychologist, writer, philosopher and radical Frantz Fanon — is the inspiration for today’s Sunday Smack. 115 more words