Afrocentrism: Mythical Pasts and Imagined Homes

By Stephen Howe

During this provocative examine, Stephen Howe strains the assets and ancestries of the Afrocentric flow, and heavily analyses the writings of its top proponents. Hard-hitting but refined and scholarly in its appraisal of Afrocentric rules, and according to wide-ranging examine within the histories either one of Afro-America and of Africa itself, Afrocentrism not just demolishes the legendary “history” taught by way of black ultra-nationalists yet indicates paths in the direction of a real old attention of Africa and its diaspora.

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