THE COMPLETE FANON: AFRICAN REVOLUTION, BLACK POWER MOVEMENT, AND NEO-COLONIAL IMPERIALISM (BEYOND THE ACADEMIC MYTHS OF POST-COLONIALITY)

Lecture by Greg Thomas (Tufts University/USA) A revolutionary-psychiatrist and writer of African Revolution in pan-Africanist terms, Frantz Fanon may have been critically “recognized” in the U.S. academy of the West in the late 1980s and early 1990s. But this belated move was made after certain social movements of 1960s and...

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100 Years Balfour Declaration: Palestine and Colonial Dis/Continuities – a Lecture by Joseph Massad

Video on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=massad+100+balfour One hundred years ago, immediately after the British subjugation of Palestine, Arthur James Balfour, the foreign minister of the British empire, in a now historic declaration, assured the Zionist movement of the support of the British Crown for their goals. His paper, now known as the...

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