Her Majesty's Other Children: Sketches of Racism from a Neocolonial Age

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Rowman & Littlefield, 1997 - 282 ˹
From fashion and jazz to the rising tide of black intellectual writings, author Lewis Gordon provides an explosive critique of contemporary popular and intellectual cultures. This magnificent book is not only a deeply personal account of the experience of racism but is also a revolutionary work that asks us to resist the colonial racism that is so much a part of our past that still lingers today.

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Context Ruminations on Violence and Anonymity
13
Fanon Philosophy and Racism
25
Race Biraciality and Mixed Race in Theory
51
Sex Race and Matrices of Desire in an Antiblack World
73
Uses and Abuses of Blackness Postmodernism Conservatism Ideology
89
In a Black Antiblack Philosophy
115
African Philosophys Search For Identity Existential Considerations of a Recent Effort
139
Lorraine Hansberrys Tragic Search for Postcoloniality Les Blancs
151
Exilic Amateur Speaking Truth to Power Edward Said
179
Black Intellectuals and Academic Activism Cornel Wests Dilemmas of the Black Intellectual
193
Sketches of Jazz
215
AestheticoPolitical Reflections on the Amtrak Rap HipHop and Isaac Juliens Fanon along the Northeast Line
227
The Lion and the Spider An Anticolonial Tale
261
Index
265
About the Author
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Tragic Intellectuals on the NeocolonialPostcolonial Divide
165

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