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Molefi Asante – Kemet Afrocentricity and Knowledge – Download as PDF File .pdf ) or read online. Kemet Afrocentricity. A profound statement of the Afrocentric perspective. Kemet, Afrocentricity and Knowledge. Trenton, NJ: Africa World Press. has been cited by the following article: TITLE: Africa and Afrocentric Historicism: A Critique.

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Asante afroecntricity Ama Mazama. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Africa had functioned both as the justification for enslavement and racial discrimination for the dominant white society, and as the counter-hegemonic weapon of resistance and empowerment for blacks. Brandon Stanford rated it it was amazing Sep 06, Login or create a profile so that you can create alerts and save clips, playlists, and searches.

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Paperbackpages. Reacting to subordination and marginalization, modern black intellectuals, borrowing from the past, have equally invoked Africa in their quest for a useable and instrumental historical past with which to counteract the Eurocentric constructions of their heritage and experiences. Andre rated it really liked it May 01, Africa and Afrocentric Historicism: Advances in Historical StudiesVol. Back Institutional Login Please choose from an option shown below.

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Since the dawn of slavery in America, black activists have used Africa to construct a countervailing frame of resistance to oppression. A Theory of Social Knowledgepoints toward a new paradigm of knowledge and social theory.

Cd Smith rated it liked it Jun 14, Want to Read Currently Reading Read. However, the resultant Afrocentric historicist framing of Africa, as well as its racialized and essentialist character, had only replicated precisely the negative shortcomings of the Eurocentric historiography and black intellectuals were attempting to debunk.