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Reading Angela Davis Beyond the Critique of Sartre

Edward O'Byrn

This paper adopts the methodologies of critical philosophy of race and Black existential philosophy to trace a more diverse theoretical lineage for American Black existential philosophy. By investigating how Angela Davis's rebuff of Sartre in her

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Robert Doughty, Alice Kaplan, and Camille Robcis

Verdun: The Longest Battle of the Great War by Paul Jankowski Robert Doughty

Dreaming in French: The Paris Years of Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy, Susan Sontag, and Angela Davis by Alice Kaplan Donald Reid

The Law of Kinship: Anthropology, Psychoanalysis, and the Family in France by Camille Robcis Judith G. Coffin

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Editors’ Introduction

Constance L. Mui and T Storm Heter

. Appraising one of today's leading Black Feminist Existentialist thinkers and activists, Angela Davis, Edward O'Byrn re-interprets Davis's well-known critique of Sartre in her “Lectures on Liberation.” His article, “Reading Angela Davis Beyond the Critique of

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The Urban and the Carceral

Steffen Jensen

extension of other confining spaces – part of the same system of oppression? Over the past decades these and other questions have begun to emerge and to challenge the scholarly silos between, for instance, prison and urban studies. Famously, Angela Davis

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Struggles in “the Stronghold of World Imperialism”

East German “People's Friendship” as Nontraditional Diplomacy in the United States, 1961-1989

Jason Johnson

the U.S. Committee for Friendship with the gdr ( uscfgdr ), founded eight months later in October 1974, 86 also in New York, basically as an offshoot of the assgdr . 87 American activist Angela Davis was a founding member, and Kurz served as the

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To Be Black and Beautiful in Israel

Efrat Yerday

what makes her unique, and as such, they are beautiful. The roots of this movement can be found in the 1960s and 1970s, when Afro hairdos adorned the heads of many black women, from Angela Davis to Diana Ross. Angela Davis calls the revolutionary

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Pathologizing Latinas

Racialized Girlhood, Behavioral Diagnosis, and California's Foster Care System

Isabella C. Restrepo

transcarceral continuum that bolsters the carceral regime, which refers to the feminist abolitionist conceptualization of a carceral state where prisons are the solutions to all social problems ( Davis 1998 , 2000 ; Haley 2016 ; Gilmore 2007 ). Angela Davis

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Care as political revolution?

Miriam Ticktin

humanitarianisms in this issue, it infuses its socialist, Marxist-feminist approaches with the Black radical tradition. Just as Black Marxist feminists like Angela Davis and Ruth Wilson Gilmore have shaped the politics of abolitionism, Black feminists have reworked

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Margaret Andersen, Patricia M. E. Lorcin, Emily Lord Fransee, and Antoinette Burton

though the evidence was not inaccessible to them. Yet they were aware of transnational feminist movements and of radical feminists of color in the US, for example, and conversant with the writings of Angela Davis and others who challenged the whiteness of

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Sipping Whiskey in Memphis

A Conversation Between Robert Bernasconi and Jonathan Judaken on Racism and Existentialism

Robert Bernasconi and Jonathan Judaken

consciousness began to be raised by beginning to take courses on South Africa, hanging out in a place called the Che Café in a university that Angela Davis had previously been a part of, going to things like the drum circle, and beginning to talk to people in