1. Grada Kilomba (Portugal) – Who can speak?

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2. What does anthropology owe to Joseph Auguste Anténor Firmin (Haiti, 1850-1911)?

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3. Martin Delany (USA, 1812-1885): Principles of Ethnology

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4. Manuel Raymundo Querino (Brazil, 1851-1923): The Rise of Anthropology in Brazil

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5. Zora Neale Hurston (USA, 1891- 1960): Creative Encounters Between Anthropology and Literature

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6. Jean Price-Mars (Haiti, 1876 - 1969): Culture, power, and the Negritude movement

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7. Katherine Dunham (USA, 1909-2006): Dance and the African Diaspora

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8. Manuel Zapata Olivella (Colombia, 1920 - 2004): Afro-Atlantic Stories

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TILLIS, A. (2005). Manuel Zapata Olivella and the “darkening” of Latin America literature. Columbia: University of Missouri Press. PDF

9. Pearl Primus (Trinidad & Tobago, 1919 - 1984): Cultural Bridges

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10. Edison Carneiro (Brazil, 1912-1972): Race Relations in Brazil

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11. Jomo Kenyatta (Gatundu, Kenya, 1897 - 1978): From Anthropology to Politics

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12. Virgínia Bicudo (Brazil, 1910-2003): Dialogues Between Anthropology and Psychoanalysis

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13. Lélia Gonzalez (Brazil, 1935-1994): Amefrican Perspectives

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14. Archie Mafeje (South Africa, 1936-2007): The Ideology of Tribalism and the Colonial Anthropology

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NYOKA, B. (2020). The Social and Political Thought of Archie Mafeje. New York: NYU Press.

15. Safi Faye (Senegal, 1943-2023): Ethnographic Lenses

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16. Leith Mullings (Jamaica, 1945-2020): For an Antiracist Anthropology

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