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The Legacy of Amilcar Cabral - 2nd Edition

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“The book's essayists bring some complex and interesting analysis— interlaced with Cabral's biography and an overview of his writings—to the fore. They examine the theories of class suicide and re-Africanisation, which are intrinsically linked to Cabral's revolutionary consciousness. The book’s thorough scrutiny of the impact of Cabral's struggles and African liberation movements bring perspective to his legacy and also draw attention to Black movements in the Americas, where the dialectics of culture and ideology as dissected by Cabral served as an essential tool for the unpacking of social realities. Cabral's global vision of struggle also touches on his fight for the emancipation of women, described as his rejection of that era's 'masculinist and militarist images of struggle'.” —The Africa Report

“As a collection it is a timely one and will be valuable for anyone seeking to be introduced or reacquainted with debates about revolution, colonialism and culture, nationalism, and pan-Africanism.”—Claudia Gastrow, Feminist Africa

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2013 marked the 40th anniversary of the assassination of Amilcar Cabral, revolutionary, poet, liberation philosopher, and leader of the independence movement of Guinea Bissau and Cap Verde. Cabral's influence stretched well beyond the shores of West Africa. Les mer

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2013 marked the 40th anniversary of the assassination of Amilcar Cabral, revolutionary, poet, liberation philosopher, and leader of the independence movement of Guinea Bissau and Cap Verde. Cabral's influence stretched well beyond the shores of West Africa. He had a profound influence on the pan-Africanist movement and the black liberation movement in the US. In this anthology, contemporary thinkers commemorate the anniversary of Cabral's assassination. They reflect on the legacy of this extraordinary individual and his relevance to contemporary struggles for self-determination and emancipation.

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Forlag
Common Notions
Innbinding
Paperback
Språk
Engelsk
ISBN
9781942173847
Utgivelsesår
2024
Format
23 x 15 cm

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«

“The book's essayists bring some complex and interesting analysis— interlaced with Cabral's biography and an overview of his writings—to the fore. They examine the theories of class suicide and re-Africanisation, which are intrinsically linked to Cabral's revolutionary consciousness. The book’s thorough scrutiny of the impact of Cabral's struggles and African liberation movements bring perspective to his legacy and also draw attention to Black movements in the Americas, where the dialectics of culture and ideology as dissected by Cabral served as an essential tool for the unpacking of social realities. Cabral's global vision of struggle also touches on his fight for the emancipation of women, described as his rejection of that era's 'masculinist and militarist images of struggle'.” —The Africa Report

“As a collection it is a timely one and will be valuable for anyone seeking to be introduced or reacquainted with debates about revolution, colonialism and culture, nationalism, and pan-Africanism.”—Claudia Gastrow, Feminist Africa

»

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