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Articles by Juli Carson and Lindi Emoungu:

The Trouble with Fanon

9:00 a.m. is an ungodly time for any class to begin. A young white student sits bored among her classmates in a half-empty classroom, waiting for the lecture to start. Head resting in hand, she doodles in her notebook and absent-mindedly glances at a syllabus. The day’s topic reads specters of race. “Something to do with prejudice,” she mumbles to herself, half in the hopes that at least today’s video, what was it, oh yeah, Frantz Fanon, would be something to look at. …

This post is in: Journal of Neuro-Aesthetic Theory #4 (2004),2. Displacements of the Imaginary and Virtual Schemata

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