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Postcolonial prophet or advocate of ‘barbaric justice’? A new take on the life and times of influential revolutionary writer Frantz Fanon

By Michelle Hamadache, Lecturer, Literature and Creative Writing, Macquarie University
A psychiatrist and revolutionary, Frantz Fanon wrote fiercely against racism and colonialism. His ideas continue to inform political movements yet his misogyny and embrace of violence are problematic.The Conversation

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