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The Africxn Review

of History, Political Thought and Culture

Dissecting Africxn narratives, on the continent and in diaspora

Young Pan Africans: Ekaete Alfred discusses her new Pan African Academy

We sit down with Ekaete Alfred to discuss her new and exciting Pan African supplementary school.

The Divine Family – Language and Divinity in African Consciousness

We explore fictive kingship, the deification of the Black family and the familial linguistics of Black divinity

Young Pan Africans: Ekaete Alfred discusses her new Pan African Academy

We sit down with Ekaete Alfred to discuss her new and exciting Pan African supplementary school.

Celebrating the Pan-African Pantheon, the Centre of Pan African Thought hosts an important lecture series

The Centre of Pan African Thought hosts a lecture series profiling key figures in Pan-Africanism

Does Race Belong in the Classroom?

In many parts of the world, race continues to be a primary tool used to order society. Can we justify not teaching about it in schools?

Black Bodies, White Classrooms & Hostile Territoriality

Is Dr George Yancy right to personify the classroom as a hostile terrain for the Black educator

Promoting Entrepreneurial Thinking in History Education

Should history education become more entrepreneurial? If so, how can history educators utilise the tools of entrepreneurial education without commercialising the classroom?

Decolonising the Global Citizenship Agenda in History Education

What role can history education play in the development of global citizenship in young people?

Fanon, on Dichotomies and Colonisation

Manufactured difference is the bedrock of the colonial world. The colonisation matures when this results in a “cutting” of the national consciousness.

Fanon, on the Denigration of Culture

When one thinks of the vessels of esteem – those things, both material and immaterial, that carry our sense of self – culture is perhaps the most heavily laden of these vessels.

Fanon, on the Dislocations of Decolonisation

There is perhaps no more famous quote in 20th-century Black political thought than the declaration by Frantz Fanon that ‘decolonisation is always a violent phenomenon’.

Du Bois, on the (Denigrations and ) Venerations of the African American Experience

Du Bois is certain of the virtues of the African American experience, but he can’t help but see in it vast needs of improvement.

HORTON, James Africanus Beale

Sierra Leonean surgeon, scientist, botanist, political theorist, constitutionalist, African nationalist, soldier, banker, and diplomat.

Fanon, on the Utility of Violence

What is the place of violence in the process of decolonisation? This article explores Fanon’s ideas on this in his seminal essay Concerning Violence.

FANON, Frantz

A Martiniquan psychiatrist, political theorist and revolutionary