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The Week on Sunday (weekly)

  • Poet, statesman, and singular voice of the anti-colonial movements of the 20th century, Aimé Césaire continues to influence contemporary discussions of ethics and aesthetics, politics and history in this precariously postcolonial world. In an effort to contribute to Césaire’s living legacy, we have organized an online forum in which four pairs of scholars, from a variety of disciplines, offer reflections along four different critical paths.

    tags: Caribbean Aime_Cesaire Martinique Negritude Black_Liberation

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