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Black Skin, White Masks

Paperback, 01/05/2017, £12.99
A new, beautiful edition of Frantz Fanon's classic and ground-breaking work exploring the psychology of racism

Frantz Fanon's Black Skin, White Masks

Paperback, 05/07/2017, £6.50
"Black Skin, White Masks offers a radical analysis of the psychological effects of colonization on the colonized. Fanon witnessed the effects of colonization first hand both in his birthplace, Martinique, and again later in life when he worked as a psychiatrist in another French colony, Algeria.

Frantz Fanon The Wretched of the Earth

Paperback, 15/07/2017, £6.50
Frantz Fanon's 1961 masterpiece is both a powerful analysis of the psychological effects of colonization and a rallying cry for violent uprising and independence.

Frantz Fanon

Paperback, 01/09/2011, £17.99

Frantz Fanon: Philosopher of the Barricades

Paperback, 10/08/2015, £7.99
A radical biography of the author of the classic anti-colonial text Black Skin, White Masks.

Black Skin, White Masks

Paperback, 05/03/2020, £9.99

Black Skin White Masks

Paperback, 07/08/2008, £13.99
A devastating account of the feelings of inadequacy experienced by previously colonised people in a white world.

Wretched Of The Earth

Paperback, 06/12/2001, £9.99
Provides inspiration for anti-colonial movements ever since, analysing the role of class, race, national culture and violence in the struggle for freedom. In this book, the author makes clear the economic and psychological degradation inflicted by imperialism.

Frantz Fanon's black skin,white masks

Hardback, 12/01/2006, £80.00
The first collection of essays on Frantz Fanon's classic anti-colonial text, 'Black Skin, White Masks'. It offers a range of interpretations of the text by leading scholars across various disciplines.

Africana Critical Theory: Reconstructing the Black Radical Tradition from W. E. B. Du Bois and C.L.R. James to Frantz Fanon and Amilcar Cabral

Paperback, 08/07/2010, £42.95
Africana Critical Theory innovatively identifies and analyzes continental and diasporan African contributions to classical and contemporary critical theory through the works of W. E. B. Du Bois, C.L.R. James, Aime Cesaire, Leopold Senghor, Frantz Fanon, and Amilcar Cabral.