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Frantz Fanon

compiled by Leo Zeilig
Frantz Fanon
ISBN: 978-0-7969-2485-8
$24.95
2014/287 pages
Voices of Liberation
Distributed for HSRC Press

DESCRIPTION

This book is part of a unique series that presents the reader with the original writings and relevant source texts of liberation heroes of Africa, together with a coherent contextual framework and analysis of their legacy.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Leo Zeilig conducts research on African politics and history, specializing in radical transformation and change on the continent since independence.

CONTENTS

  • Foreword—Mireille Fanon-Mendès-France.
  • HIS LIFE.
  • Why Revisit Fanon?
  • Inside Martinique: Racism, War, and France.
  • Black Skin, White Masks.
  • Learning Radical Psychiatry: Saint Alban.
  • Algeria: Resistance and Repression.
  • The Front de Libération Nationale, Activism, and Psychiatry.
  • Exile in Tunisa–Through France.
  • Year Five of the Algerian Revolution.
  • The Wretched of the Earth.
  • Endgame.
  • HIS VOICE.
  • Black Skin, White Masks:
  • From Chapter 7: The Negro and Recognition.
  • From Chapter 8: By Way of Conclusion.
  • Studies in a Dying Colonialism:
  • Chapter 1: Algeria Unveiled.
  • Chapter 3: The Algerian Family.
  • The Wretched of the Earth:
  • Chapter 1: Concerning Violence.
  • Chapter 3: The Pitfalls of National Consciousness.
  • Chapter 6: Conclusion.
  • Toward the African Revolution:
  • From Section I: The Problem of the Colonized.
  • From Section III: For Algeria.
  • From Section IV: Toward the Liberation of Africa.
  • From Section V: African Unity.
  • REFLECTIONS ON FANON AND HIS LEGACY.
  • Interviews: Pierre Chaulet, Nigel Gibson, and David Macey.
  • Knowing Fanon: Pierre Chaulet.
  • Studying Fanon: Nigel Gibson.
  • Writing the Biography: David Macey.
  • Unpicking Fanon's Legacy: Lessons and Possibilities: Leo Zeilig.
  • Fanon's Revolutionary Culture and Nationalism: Hamza Hamouchene.
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