Fondation Frantz Fanon

The U.S. Elections, Ethnic Studies, and the University : A View from the Historically Disenfranchised

Nelson Maldonado-Torres Rutgers University, New Brunswick University of South Africa Frantz Fanon Foundation
Responses to the results of the U.S. presidential election in the U.S. academy have included the idea that the field of political science finally proved to be defunct, and that the times call for more respect and support to areas such as philosophy and the humanities. What these responses miss is that, if anything, the elections made visible the problematic character of (...)

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