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this isn’t going to be something that everyone will want to read, but it’s a super thoughtful piece that does a good job of pointing to tons of other material for your own research. Also makes me think of how Jack Whitten would talk about the Caribbean & the Mediterranean together.
this isn’t going to be something that everyone will want to read, but it’s a super thoughtful piece that does a good job of pointing to tons of other material for your own research. Also makes me think of how Jack Whitten would talk about the Caribbean & the Mediterranean together.
<< From the Black Atlantic to the Black Mediterranean: seas of dispossession and unbelonging have constantly demonstrated the political, juridical, and onto-epistemological limits of modernity.34 They promote a constant critique of the epistemic foundations of Western democracy. Those on the water, the wretched of the sea, the damned of the Mediterranean, who cannot source their identity in the territory of the nation-state, are without rights. They have no social, or human, validity. They are without a place in the world. Yet they simultaneously sustain black holes of concentrated historical and cultural energy that exist, persist, and resist. They provoke the end of a certain philosophical constellation and the inauguration of another. They dub modernity, cut-up its languages, and remix the coordinates. This leaves a gap, an opening, an incurable wound. >>
<< From the Black Atlantic to the Black Mediterranean: seas of dispossession and unbelonging have constantly demonstrated the political, juridical, and onto-epistemological limits of modernity.34 They promote a constant critique of the epistemic foundations of Western democracy. Those on the water, the wretched of the sea, the damned of the Mediterranean, who cannot source their identity in the territory of the nation-state, are without rights. They have no social, or human, validity. They are without a place in the world. Yet they simultaneously sustain black holes of concentrated historical and cultural energy that exist, persist, and resist. They provoke the end of a certain philosophical constellation and the inauguration of another. They dub modernity, cut-up its languages, and remix the coordinates. This leaves a gap, an opening, an incurable wound. >>
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