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Unburdening Humanity of “Man”: Black Studies and the Emancipatory Possibilities of the Flesh

Surie von Czechowski, Aditi D.

What would the future look like if we didn’t think about politics in terms of resistance and agency? What if we eschewed such terms that only allow us to conceptualize meaningful political change in the language of revolutionary action? What if, instead of accepting as universal the Western ideation of humanity, we privileged the particularities of non-white being-in-the-world, and not just as markers of locality?

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Comparative Studies of South Asia, Africa and the Middle East: Borderlines

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Middle Eastern, South Asian, and African Studies
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November 23, 2015
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