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- Critical Philosophy of Race
- Penn State University Press
- Between Two Worlds: Jean Price-Mars, Haiti, and Africa ed. by Celucien L. Joseph, Jean Eddy Saint Paul, and Glodel Mezilas (review) Volume 8, Numbers 1-2, 2020, pp. 308-310
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This issue contains 15 articles in total
- Between Two Worlds: Jean Price-Mars, Haiti, and Africa ed. by Celucien L. Joseph, Jean Eddy Saint Paul, and Glodel Mezilas (review)
- "What Are You?": Addressing Racial Ambiguity
- Fanon's Body: Judith Butler's Reading of the "Historico-Racial Schema"
- Toward a Decolonial Feminist Imaginary: Decolonizing Futurity
- Complex Communication and Decolonial Struggles: The Forging of Deep Coalitions through Emotional Echoing and Resistant Imaginations
- Lugones's World-Making
- Interlocking, Intersecting, and Intermeshing: Critical Engagements with Black and Latina Feminist Paradigms of Identity and Oppression
- The Pornotrope of Decolonial Feminism
- Compelled to Cross, Tempted to Master: Affective Challenges in Lugones's Decolonial Feminist Methodology
- Border Zones, In-Between Spaces, and Turns: On Lugones, the Coloniality of Gender, and the Diasporic Peregrina
- Stillness, Aesthesis, Resistance
- The Aisthetic-Cosmological Dimension of María Lugone's Decolonial Feminism
- Aspects of the Coloniality of Knowledge
- Gender and Universality in Colonial Methodology
- Editors' Introduction Tango Dancing with María Lugones: Toward Decolonial Feminisms
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