47: After Fanon

Guest Editor(s): 
Summer 2002


Scott McCracken

Symposium on the life and work of Frantz Fanon
Timothy Bewes:

Mythemes of Fanon and the burden of the present
Neil Lazarus:

Reading Macey, reflecting on Fanon
Vikki Bell:

At the level of individuals, violence is a cleansing force’: Fanon, internationalism and terror
Timothy Bewes:

Fanon and the trauma of modernity
Benita Parry:

On revolutionary humanism: the existentialist legacy of Frantz Fanon
Kwadwo Osei-Nyame, Jnr:

The importance of Sartre in Fanon
Azzedine Haddour:

Frantz Fanon, feminism and the question of relativism
Priyamvada Gopal:

The afterlife of national liberation: Fanon today
Guatam Premnath:

Roundtable discussion
Vikki Bell, Timothy Bewes, Priyamvada Gopal, Azzedine Haddour, Neil Lazarus, Kwadwo Osei-Nyame, Jnr, Benita Parry, Guatam Premnath

Introduction: rethinking race and nation
Laura Chrisman:

‘This zone of occult instability’: the utopian promise of the African novel in the era of decolonisation
Robert Spencer:

‘On the Road’ with Che and Jack: melancholia and the legacy of colonial racial geographies in the Americas
María Josefina Saldaña-Portillo:

‘Yankee Universality’: race, nation, and empire in H.C. Carey’s The Past, The Present, and the Future
David Kanzanjian:

Adorno and the postcolonial
Rajeev Patke:

Mimesis and the Un-reconciled condition: a theoretical approach to Antonioni’s cinema
Fabio Vighi:

A taste for murder: aesthetics in the Silence of the Lambs
Lisa Trahair:

Street life in London: towards a rhythmanalysis of London in the late nineteenth century
Ben Highmore:

Urban portraits: space/body/city in late Georgian Edinburgh
Nick Prior:

The writing of trauma: trauma theory and the liberty of reading
Jane Kilby:

Be alarmed!: ‘Surrealism: Desire Unbound’, (Tate Modern, London, 2001)
Michael Calderbank


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