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Frantz Fanon: Fifty Years Later

Yesterday, 6 December 2011, marked the 50th anniversary of Frantz Fanon‘s death. This Martiniquo–Algerian psychiatrist, revolutionary, and theorist of colonial racism and the possibilities and pitfalls of decolonisation, remains in many ways the ultimate ‘Southern theorist’ — that is, theorist … Continue reading

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