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Call for Submissions: “Frantz Fanon’s Legacies in the Literature and the Arts of the Americas”

Two workshops dedicated to the study of Frantz Fanon’s legacy—Héritages de Frantz Fanon dans les arts et la littérature des Amériques —will be held in France. 711 more words



I wasn’t going to bother ruminating about Andile Mngxitama. I really wasn’t. From far off, he just seemed like another common-or-garden crazy person. In photographs he resembles a black Trump: shouty face, big mouth, spittle-flecked, pointy finger. 989 more words

South Africa


Preface By The Author:
The Algerian war will soon be entering its sixth year. No one among us in November 1954, no one in the world, suspected that after sixty months of fighting, French colonialism would still not have released its clutch and heeded the voice of the Algerian people. 2,176 more words


Disorientation and Queer Objects

Sara Ahmed, ‘Conclusion: Disorientation and Queer Objects’, pp.157-179, in:
Ahmed, S., 2006. Queer phenomenology: orientations, objects, others. Duke University Press, Durham.


Moments of disorientation are vital.

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An Open Letter to Prof Ngidi: The Decolonisation Rhetoric at CUT

Dear Prof Ngidi

“The unpreparedness of the educated classes, the lack of practical links between them and the mass of the people, their laziness, and, let it be said, their cowardice at the decisive moment of the struggle will give rise to tragic mishaps.” 741 more words


Where I stand 28/07/2017

I very rarely find a reason to write about politics these days. The absurdity of it all makes it too difficult to write seriously about it. 332 more words

Where I Stand

Red Hot Cannonballs and Bloody Knives: Why Fanon Still Matters

From Jesse Brent

This past March, I attended a speech at the NYU Law School by Kathleen Cleaver, the law professor and former Communications Secretary of the Black Panther Party.

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