Race & Racism

"If one is nearly everywhere told that one is not fully a human being, but one finds oneself struggling constantly with human responsibilities—over life and death, freedom and lack thereof, virtue and vice—the moment of theoretical reflection demands engagement with such idiosyncracy."

Existentia Africana, p. 28. (Quote selected by Douglas Ficek, University of New Haven)


"One Black Philosopher in the White Academy"; PDF

"Race" (encyclopedia entry); PDF

"Race, Biraciality, and Mixed Race — In Theory"; PDF

"Race in the Dialectics of Culture"; PDF

"Race Theory" (encyclopedia entry); PDF

"Racism as a Form of Bad Faith"; PDF

"Sex, Race, and Matrices of Desire in an Antiblack World"; PDF

"A Short History of the 'Critical' in Critical Race Theory"; habermas.org

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