By Frantz Fanon
Obra de referencia y clásico en los angeles materia, “Piel negra, máscaras blancas” es un agudo análisis de los angeles formación de l. a. identidad negra en una sociedad blanca, esto es, de cómo el racismo outline los modos de reconocimiento, interrelación y construcción de los angeles personalidad person y social en las sociedades poscoloniales. Esta fantástica edición reúne en un mismo volumen tanto el texto unique de Frantz Fanon como un conjunto de textos, escritos por prestigiosos especialistas mundiales, que ayudarán al lector a entender y contextualizar los angeles importantísima obra de Fanon.
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Obra de referencia y clásico en l. a. materia, “Piel negra, máscaras blancas” es un agudo análisis de los angeles formación de l. a. identidad negra en una sociedad blanca, esto es, de cómo el racismo outline los modos de reconocimiento, interrelación y construcción de l. a. personalidad person y social en las sociedades poscoloniales.
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In its early stages,” wrote Don C. ”11 The second front along which gradual and indirect erosion of the base of the internal slave trade was taking place in this period was the entire area from the Nun estuary of the Niger to the Opobo River. In this area we have such well-known city-states as Brass, New Calabar, Bonny, and Opobo. These were among the communities which had been very deeply involved in the traffic in its heyday and which had been focused upon by the British Preventive Squadron during the Atlantic phase of the abolitionist campaign.
Many of them, he continued, had risen from the status of slavery, as a result of which it could be seen that slavery and enslavement in those societies were different from what Europeans knew and thought about these institutions. ” In other words, in the Bight of Biafra, being bought and sold as a slave or being in a state of slavery was no great injustice requiring immediate The Coastal Phase, ca. 1885–1900 29 intervention by his government! However, one of the many forms by which people slid from freedom into slavery had received the attention of the government, because it was seriously disruptive of trade.
I. 13 On this matter, J. C. Anene observed that 24 The Coastal Phase, ca. 1885–1900 as far as the Nigerian coast was concerned, the first impact of missionary enterprise was on the slave section of the communities. In Old Calabar disobedience of their masters by slaves which began in the 1850’s was a direct result of missionary emphasis on the equality of all men. Mission stations became the refuge of women and slaves who wished to escape (what they saw as) the tyranny of the indigenous social system.