(Re)inventing the Human — Representations of Humanism in Sylvia Wynter’s Work
On Being Human as Praxis attempts to offer a conclusive overview of Sylvia Wynter’s work. The essays presented in this anthology engage with her texts through different, individualized lenses. Wynter’s work addresses a wide range of topics like literature, history, critical theory, and religion, and includes several genres such as essays, plays, and interviews. The essays reflect upon this variety by covering various topics including race and racial differences, the concept of power, the question of black bodies, and black geographies.
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