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Essays Political Theory

Frantz Fanon: Négritude, Decolonisation and the Politics of Friendship (Part One)

by Omar Chowdhury
“Therefore, to reconcile a reading of Fanon, we must read and analyse all his writings holistically because through this we garner only a better understanding of what Fanon’s aims were.”

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Book Reviews Reviews

Review of “Familiar Stranger: A Life Between Two Islands” by Stuart Hall

by Brant Roberts
“Stuart Hall is arguably one of the most important Marxist intellectuals of the past century. That Familiar Stranger ends in 1964 is one of its weaknesses, but it provides a glimpse into the early life of one of Britain’s most important theorists.”