The first edited collection to offer a systematic introduction to African phenomenology.
Aims to construct an economic philosophy from indigenous African thought.
Analyzes socially engaged art practices worldwide, linking them to decolonial struggle and critique.
Traces the circulation of Hollywood films in North Africa and the Middle East from the early twentieth century to the present.
A significant contribution to anthropology, history, and gender studies that reveals the denials of homosexuality in traditional and contemporary African societies to be rooted in colonialist ideologies.
Examines China’s involvement in Ethiopia as the latter embarks on modernization and economic development.
Compares the political activities of African Americans who settled in Ghana in the 1950s and 1960s with those who settled in the 1980s to the present.
Examines Bergson’s work from the perspectives of critical philosophy of race and decolonial theory, placing it in conversation with theorists from Africa, the African Diaspora, and Latin America.
Highlights the continuing social unrest and public protest occurring in South Africa’s poorest districts.
Explores intervisual case studies in relation to migration, xenophobia, and gender.
Explores overlapping concerns and themes in African(a) and continental philosophy.
Explores Black women writers’ treatment of the ancestor figure.
Contemporary African philosophy in indigenous African languages and English translation.
Argues that Paule Marshall’s work collectively constitutes a multigenerational saga of the African diaspora across centuries and continents.
Explores interactions between Europeans and Moroccans on both sides of the straits in the latter half of the nineteenth century.
This catalogue introduces readers to Malian photographers Malick Sidibé and Seydou Keïta and others whose images visualize an influential form of post-colonial African identity.
Contemporary life in Mali is recorded in full color documentary photographs by François Deschamps.
Traces the emergence of creative texts focusing on the nineteenth-century slave trade to make sense of the radicalized effects of global capitalism.
Argues that South Africa’s apartheid system of racial segregation relied on an unexamined but interrelated system of sexed oppression that was at once both rigid and flexible.
Interdisciplinary celebration of the cultural contributions of members of the African Diaspora in the Western hemisphere.
A renowned authority on East Africa examines the effects of witchcraft beliefs on African culture, politics, and family life.
Examines the relationship of precarious employment to state policies on citizenship and social inclusion in the context of postapartheid South Africa.
Second edition of the provocative study analyzing the social, cultural, and historical roots of modern Libya.
Inspiring portraits of contemporary African women leaders.
Explores the metafictional strategies of contemporary African novels rather than characterizing them primarily as a response to colonialism.
Applies the concept of oppressor and oppressed nationalisms to explore the historical forces and social processes that have shaped modern Ethiopia.
Key text never before in English by central figure of the Negritude movement.
Argues that the responsibility for eradicating racial hatred has been redirected away from the state and toward the hated, leaving the causes of hate unaddressed.
Traces the rise of black participation in cyberspace.
Argues for new water policies in the Nile River Basin.
A biographical/narrative study of oppression, racism, and resistance in twentieth-century South Africa through the life of Richard Dudley, a teacher/politico.
Looks at the language of rights used by diverse interest groups in British-colonized Nigeria.
Examines the transitions to democracy in Africa.
Critical reevaluation of the concept of hybridity within postcolonial studies.
Classic history of Ancient Ethiopia, as researched and written by a heralded African American woman activist.
Charts new trends in gender studies through a compelling analysis of Igbo society.
Interrogates the "writing back to the center" approach to intertextuality and explores alternatives to it.
A collection of lectures delivered during the Fulbright Hays Scholar program in Ghana.
An exploration of gender and power relations in Yoruba religion—both Christianity and Yoruba traditional religion.
Explores how the conditions that shaped Rwanda's labor organization and industries also shaped Rwanda's genocide.
Examines African American contributions, both historical and contemporary, to criminological thought.
A groundbreaking treatment of heritage survival in African and African American cooking.
Investigates the politics and poetics of women's gendered identity in West Africa.
A selection of papers presented at the 28th Annual Conference on African Linguistics.
Surveys the works of three important female writers of postcolonial societies.
Examines the nature of the interplay between the U. S. press and the American state on Africa, with a special focus on its armed struggles waged to complete the decolonization process.
This book transcends recent debates about political correctness to address the underlying problems of teaching controversial subjects in the college and university history classroom. The author criticizes ...
With the attention of the industrialized world focused on the political, economic, and social strife of Africa, Tim Niblock travels to Sudan for a first-hand investigation of the socio-economic structure ...
Black Consciousness in South Africa provides a new perspective on black politics in South Africa. It demonstrates and assesses critically the radical character and aspirations of African resistance to ...
This ethno-historical survey of the northern Nsukka borderland examines particularly one method of African colonial control. When, in the late eighteenth century, the Igala conquered the indigenous Igbo, ...