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Frantz Fanon (1925 - 1961): His Life and Legacy: About Frantz Fanon

Books About Frantz Fanon

Found in Gelman library:

Frantz Fanon: Black Skin, White Mask, directed by Isaac Julien - Film that traces Fanon's life from his birth in Martinique to his involvement in the Algerian Revolution

Frantz Fanon: A Biography, by David Macey - Acclaimed and comprehensive biography of Frantz Fanon's personal, intellectual, and political life.

Frantz Fanon: A Portrait, by Alice Cherki - A biography of Fanon by one of his co-workers at the Blida-Joinville hospital in Algeria and fellow activists for Algerian liberation.

Frantz Fanon: A Critical Study, by Irene Gendzier - A biography of Fanon that examines the intellectual, professional, and familial roots of Fanon's life.

Frantz Fanon: Critical Perspectives, by Anthony Alessandrini (editor) - A re-assessment of Fanon's work that sheds light on contemporary issues in cultural politics.

Fanon: The Postcolonial Imagination, by Nigel C. Gibson - An introduction to the ideas and legacy of Fanon.

Frantz Fanon: Social and Political Thought, by Emmanuel Hansen -An analysis of Fanon's social and political thought.

Frantz Fanon Retrospective

Frantz Fanon

Introduction to Frantz Fanon from the Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy

Keynote address by Nigel Gibson, noted Fanon scholar, at the Critical Caribbean Symposium Series "50 Years Later: Frantz Fanon's Legacy to the Caribbean and the Bahamas," given Dec. 2, 2012 at the College of the Bahamas

Frantz Fanon 50 Year Retrospective published Dec. 22, 2011 by Michael Keating, Lecturer, University of Massachusetts - Boston.

Journal of Pan African Studies 2011 Special Issue on Fanon

January 2012 podcast about Frantz Fanon's legacy - 50 years later with Dr. Mohammed Harbi, professor and historian of the Algerian Revolution,  Dr. Megali Bessone, Associate Professor of Philosophy at the University of Rennes, and Mireille Fanon-Mendes France, the daughter of Frantz Fanon and president of the Frantz Fanon Foundation. [in French]

Noted historian and author Henry Louis Gates Jr. provides an overview of Fanon's work in Critical Inquiry (Spring 1991)

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