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What Fanon Said

What Fanon Said
Lewis R. Gordon, Foreword by Sonia Dayan-Herzbrun, Afterword by Drucilla Cornell
Challenging the notion of theory as white and experience as black, Lewis Gordon here offers a philosophical portrait of the thought and life of the Martinican-turned-Algerian revolutionary psychiatrist and philosopher Frantz Fanon as an example of “living thought” against the legacies of colonialism and racism, and thereby shows the continued relevance and importance of his ideas.

Gay Fathers, Their Children, and the Making of Kinship

Gay Fathers, Their Children, and the Making of Kinship
Aaron Goodfellow
An important contribution to the anthropology of gay kinship, ten years in the making.

The Ville

The Ville
Greg Donaldson, With a new epilogue by the Author, Foreword by Mark D. Naison
The Ville follows a year in the life of one rookie cop and one ambitious teenage boy in Brownsville, Brooklyn, called the toughest square mile in America.

Literacy Work in the Reign of Human Capital

Literacy Work in the Reign of Human Capital
Evan Watkins
Analyzes the role of literacy work as a significant contributor to the formation of human capital in the workplace and in everyday practices.

The Reject

Community, Politics, and Religion after the Subject
Irving Goh

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