Post Tagged with: "colonialism"

Review – Alienation and Freedom

Review – Alienation and Freedom

This book provides in English hitherto unpublished works of Fanon and gives us greater insights into his personality besides providing a complete picture of his thought.

Settler Colonialism and Financial Exclusion of Banks in the English Caribbean

Settler Colonialism and Financial Exclusion of Banks in the English Caribbean

To cement the notions of African and Indian inferiority to whiteness, their lack of credit worthiness and inability to manage local banks, were used as proof. 

Review – Multipolar Globalization: Emerging Economies and Development

Review – Multipolar Globalization: Emerging Economies and Development

This book presents a clear and convincing argument for the shift from a Western centered globalization to a multipolar one and also considers multicentric perspectives.

Is Israel an Apartheid State?

Is Israel an Apartheid State?

The systematic oppression and domination of the Palestinian people in Israel in conjunction with the nation-state law affirms Israel as an apartheid and racist state.

Interview – Lisa Tilley

Interview – Lisa Tilley

Lisa Tilley discusses the relationship between the urban and the international, the political economy of knowledge, and the potential for theory to be subversive.

Review – Seeing White

Review – Seeing White

This affecting podcast series considers whiteness, privilege, and structural racism, and provides useful insights for the analysis of IR and knowledge production.

Interview – Ida Danewid

Interview – Ida Danewid

Ida Danewid discusses internationalism and the politics of solidarity, the ‘Black Mediterranean’, the Grenfell Tower fire, and diversifying and decolonising the academy.

Colonialism: Why Write Back?

Colonialism: Why Write Back?

European knowledge conception of development needs to be brought down from its high global pedestal and put alongside other sidelined, non-European knowledge systems.

Review – Frantz Fanon: Philosopher of the Barricades

Review – Frantz Fanon: Philosopher of the Barricades

Peter Hudis’ book is a concise yet rich contribution to the literature on the life and work of Frantz Fanon, which convincingly demonstrates Fanon’s continued relevance.

Do Contemporary Practices of Schooling Reinforce Colonial Relations of Power?

Do Contemporary Practices of Schooling Reinforce Colonial Relations of Power?

Contemporary practices of schooling reflect ethnocentrism as universal truth, reinforcing power relations that resulted from colonial rule by maintaining binaries.

Interview – Julian Go

Interview – Julian Go

Prof. Go discusses social theory, the need for a ‘third wave’ of postcolonial thought, the dangers of American exceptionalism and identifies the patterns of empire.

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