Fanon: A Critical Reader
August 1996, Wiley-Blackwell
Part I: Oppression.
Part II: Questioning the Human Sciences.
Part III: Identity and the Dialectics of Recognition.
Part IV: Fanon and the Emancipation of Women of Color.
Part V: Postcolonial Dreams, Neocolonial Realities.
Part VI: Resistance and Revolutionary Violence.
Afterword: Joy Ann James (University of Massachusetts & University of Colorado).
T. Denean Sharpley-Whiting teaches French and African American Studies at Purdue University. She is co-editor of Spoils of War: Women, Cultures, Revolutions and author of Black Female Bodies, White Male Imaginations: Nineteenth-Century French Narratives on Black Femininity.
Renee T. White teaches sociology and African American Studies at Purdue University. She is co-editor of Black Texts and Black Textuality and Spoils of War. She is also completing her first book, New Sexual Identities: Black Teenage Women and Sex in the AIDS Era.
* Critical dimension, undermining the 'construction' of Fanon in elite postcolonial cultural studies.
* Includes new translations of key passages from Fanon, revealing previous misrepresentations.