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Category Archives: Enlightenment
To get me to not read something, just put it in PMLA. The May 2013 issue in particular, I should want to read as it is all full of Latin American and comparative things, but I do not. Is it … Continue reading
I am going to write a blurb about my book as though it were a person, and I will use Irene Silverblatt’s mini-bio as a model. I also need to investigate ideas of race in Spain, and Spring 2013 is … Continue reading
This first chapter is elegantly written and very well informed. Consider the Middle Passage as the founding moment of modernity, and not the 18th century ideas of freedom; remember that Black labour is what made possible the high standard of … Continue reading
Emmanuel Eze’s book Race and the Enlightenment is actually a reader, an anthology of Enlightenment writings on race. Just think of what one could do with that.
I have to read them.
This is the book.
Jefferson, nationalism, and the enlightenment. Maybe this is where I should start my course.