Global Critical Caribbean Thought
Series edited by Lewis R. Gordon, Nelson Maldonado-Torres and Jane Anna Gordon
The Caribbean anticipated what is now a shared global condition of constant migration, dislocation, and creolization. Despite the impressive scale and scope of intellectual production that has emerged from the region, it continues to be the focus of empirical and literary scholarship, rather than theoretical and philosophical engagement. This series, published in partnership with the Caribbean Philosophical Association, turns the lens on the unfolding nature and potential future shape of the globe by taking concepts and ideas that while originating out of very specific contexts share features that lend them transnational utility. Works in the series engage with figures including Frantz Fanon, CLR James, Paulo Freire, Aime Cesaire, Edouard Glissant and Walter Rodney, and concepts such as coloniality, creolization, decoloniality, double consciousness and la facultdad.