Tag Archives: Frantz Fanon

The “Third World:” A Course Overview

The video below gives a course overview of MLS 634 – The “Third World,” a course I teach in the Master of Arts in Liberal Studies program at North Central College.  It walks you through a recent syllabus, commenting on the books … Continue reading

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Hoyt W. Fuller: Voluntary Exiles

Hoyt W. Fuller  (1923 – 1981) was one of the most revered figures in Chicago literary history, publishing articles and  criticism for Negro Digest and Black World, the Chicago Defender, Tribune and Sun-Times, The Nation, the New Republic, and many … Continue reading

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Miscegenation and Me — Part 1

This is PART 1 of a piece originally written for a proposed book called “Leaving California.” It eventually wound up in SanSan Kwan and Kenneth Speir’s 2004 book Mixing It Up: Multiracial Subjects.  The book’s cover is reproduced below, and the … Continue reading

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