Mbembe’s 'Critique of Black Reason' is useful for our analysis of the postcolonial present.
Why has this country historically represented a “circle of death” for anything and anybody ‘African’?
The moderator received a text which said that the political philosopher was trying to find an
if Africa wants to re-imagine itself it will have to look somewhere else than to Europe which “seems to be gripped by an enormous desire for apartheid.”
This year’s W.E.B. DuBois Lecture (organized by Colgate University) was given by Achille Mbembe. As mentioned
Are the international community and the African Union really powerless to stop the fratricidal war in Cameroon, or are they just indifferent?
COVID-19 isn’t simply a medical or epidemiological crisis; it is a crisis of sovereignty.
In South Africa, the political class use foreign nationals as scapegoats to obfuscate their role in reproducing inequality. But immigrants are part of the excluded.
English Professor and Editor of Brittle Paper, recommends five books she’s been reading.
A reflection—by one of the group’s artists—on a Swiss-South African art project exploring eviction and extraction.
The question of who belongs in South Africa, stains any project that aims to build a more equal and inclusive society.
Delegates to 'Global Africa' at Oxford University write about how Zionists and their apologists target the academy.
While Nigeria's class divide is not between rich whites and poor blacks, it still has a lot in common with postapartheid South Africa.
On mobility, democracy and making a decolonized future for Africa.
The Biya regime's grip on power has been exposed more than ever before. It is revolting to watch.
On the denial of academic institutions when it comes to talk of decolonization.