Postcolonial African Philosophy: A Critical Reader (Cambridge: 1997).
Postcolonial African Philosophy: A Critical Reader sets outa timely and critical agenda for contemporary African,Afro-Caribbean, and African-American philosophy.
With many leading contributors, this collection ofnewly-commissioned work provides key coverage of the postcolonialand the postmodern; the critique of eurocentrism in philosophy;philosophy in post-independence Africa and post-civil rights blackAmerica; multi-culturalism; and inter-cultural dialogue betweencontemporary African and western philosophy in the academy. Inaddition, it includes important interventions on the historical,political, and cultural situations of Africa and America at the endof the twentieth century, and philosophy's role in this milieu.
Designed to complement Emmanuel Eze's RacistEnlightenment (1996) and African Philosophy: AnAnthology (1997) also published by Blackwell, these volumesrepresent powerful new intervention in a fast developing area ofstudy and research.