Category Archives: Frantz Fanon

Frantz Fanon: Concerning the Psychoanalysis and Cosmopolitanism of Violence – Warwick, 17 March 2015

Frantz Fanon: Concerning the Psychoanalysis and Cosmopolitanism of Violence 18th March 2015, 1pm to 7pm University of Warwick (A0.28, Millburn House) Frantz Fanon, the son of Martinique who first fought for colonial France in World War Two and then against … Continue reading

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Books received – Verso (3 of 3)

Some of these I’ve read already due to Verso’s excellent e-book bundling. I wish more publishers would do this.  

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Books received

Fanon’s The Wretched of the Earth (really wanted this to re-read Sartre’s preface); Michael Mack’s How Literature Changes the Way we Think; Judith Butler and Athena Athanasiou’s Disposession; David Chandler’s Freedom vs Necessity in International Relations; an old New Left … Continue reading

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Boko Haram – An Annotated Bibliography

  Update 27 March 2013 – an updated version of this bibliography is available here. This is an incomplete bibliography, but includes the pieces I’ve read while writing a piece on questions of territory in relation to Boko Haram (see … Continue reading

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David Macey’s biography of Frantz Fanon

David Macey, who sadly died in 2011, wrote an excellent biography of Foucault. His biography of Frantz Fanon was reissued late last year with new material included. Full details here.

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