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eBook Edward Wilmot Blyden and the Racial Nationalist Imagination (Rochester Studies in African History and the Diaspora) download ISBN: 1580464289
Author: Teshale Tibebu
Publisher: University of Rochester Press; 1 edition (December 15, 2012)
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Blyden was a modernist who called upon African Americans to "uplift" Africa; yet he was a defender of Africa's culture and customs. He was the most sophisticated critic of Eurocentrism; yet he was an avid Anglophile. He was a Protestant who admired Islam's "civilizing" role in Africa. Blyden was the first black intellectual to advocate for the symbiosis of Africa's "triple heritage": indigenous, Islamic, and Western.

Series: Rochester Studies in African History and the Diaspora. Teshale Tibebu is professor of history at Temple University. Subjects: Area Studies, African Studies, History, African History. Recommend to librarian. Edward Wilmot Blyden and the Racial Nationalist Imagination. Online ISBN: 9781580467902. He is the author of The Making of Modern Ethiopia, 1896-1974, Hegel and Anti-Semitism, and Hegel and the Third World: The Making of Eurocentrism in World History.

Keywords: Rochester Studies in African History and the Diaspora, African Studies, Modern History. Teshale Tibebu is a remarkable historian of ideas, interested in Ethiopia as a touchstone of the ideological, philosophical, and emotional aspects of pan-Africanism. tudes littéraires africaines. This book offers a critical reading of the works of Edward Wilmot Blyden, a seminal figure in modern transnational African thought

Series: Rochester Studies in African History and the Diaspora. He is the author of 'The Making of Modern Ethiopia, 1896-1974', 'Hegel and Anti-Semitism', and 'Hegel and the Third World: The Making of Eurocentrism in World History'. eISBN: 978-1-58046-790-2. This book offers a critical reading of the works of Edward Wilmot Blyden, a seminal figure in modern transnational African thought. It aspires to map the contours and configurations of Blyden’s appraisals of the encounter between the black world and the Western world in modern times.

Teshale Tibebu is professor of history at Temple University

Teshale Tibebu is professor of history at Temple University. He is the author of The Making of Modern Ethiopia, 1896–1974, Hegel and Anti-Semitism, and Hegel and the Third World: The Making of Eurocentrism in World History. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate. How do I upload a book?

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Though Blyden is often overlooked in the history of modern black thought, in this book, Teshale Tibebu brings him out of oblivion and engages the reader in an extended, systematic evaluation of his written works. Books related to Edward Wilmot Blyden and the Racial Nationalist Imagination.

Blyden was a modernist who called upon African Americans to "uplift" Africa; yet he was a defender of Africa's culture and customs.

A critical study of Edward Wilmot Blyden, whose voluminous writings laid the groundwork for some of the most important African and black diasporic thinkers of the twentieth century. Edward Wilmot Blyden and the Racial Nationalist Imagination is a critical study of one of the most prolific and knowledgeable black-world intellectuals of the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Blyden was a modernist who called upon African Americans to "uplift" Africa; yet he was a defender of Africa's culture and customs.

Edward Wilmot Blyden and the Racial Nationalist Imagination (University of Rochester Press, 2012). On the Question of Feudalism, Absolutism, and the Bourgeois Revolution. Selected Articles: Modernity, Eurocentrism, and radical politics in Ethiopia, 1961-1991. African Identities, Vol. 6, No. 4 (November 2008): 345-371. Reprinted in, Ethiopia in Transit: Millennial Quest for Stability and Continuity, 31-58 ( Routledge, 2011). Ethiopia: The ‘Anomaly’ and ‘Paradox’ of Africa. Undergraduate: Turning Points in Human History: The Modern World. Introduction to African History.

He found Africa to be too much wanting in such progress. Ergo, the need for "civilizing mission" in and for Africa. I call Blyden's political philosophy, "black racial nationalism". My presentation is based on my recently published book, Edward Wilmot Blyden and the Racial Nationalist Imagination (Univ. of Rochester Press, 2012). Do you want to read the rest of this article? Request full-text.

Edward Wilmot Blyden and the Racial Nationalist Imagination is a critical study of one of the most prolific and knowledgeable black-world intellectuals of the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Focusing on his writings, it shows the contradictions, ambiguities, complexities, and paradoxes in Blyden's powerful black racial nationalism. Blyden was a modernist who called upon African Americans to "uplift" Africa; yet he was a defender of Africa's culture and customs. He was the most sophisticated critic of Eurocentrism; yet he was an avid Anglophile. He was a Protestant who admired Islam's "civilizing" role in Africa. Blyden was the first black intellectual to advocate for the symbiosis of Africa's "triple heritage": indigenous, Islamic, and Western. His voluminous writings laid the groundwork for some of the most important ideas of African and black diasporic thinkers of the twentieth century, including Frantz Fanon, Amilcar Cabral, Chiekh Anta Diop, Leopold Sedar Senghor, Aimé Césaire, and Walter Rodney. Though Blyden is often overlooked in the history of modern black thought, in this book, Teshale Tibebu brings him out of oblivion and engages the reader in an extended, systematic evaluation of his written works. Teshale Tibebu is professor of history at Temple University. He is the author of The Making of Modern Ethiopia, 1896-1974, Hegel and Anti-Semitism, and Hegel and the Third World: The Making of Eurocentrism in World History.