Black Issue in Philosophy: Understanding Togetherness in Difference in a Hateful World

By William Mpofu “Wherever one thing stands,” Chinua Achebe (1989) argued, “something else must stand beside it,” because the world must necessarily be a shared … Read more…

Black Issues in Philosophy: The Frantz Fanon Foundation’s 2nd Rencontres

by Nelson Maldonado-Torres The Frantz Fanon Foundation celebrated its 10th Anniversary in the “2nd Rencontres” of the Foundation. The activity took place on December 8th, … Read more…

Black Issues in Philosophy: Response to “Australian Continental Philosophy”

At the end of November into the first week of December 2017, I had the good fortune of participating in the Australasian Society for Continental … Read more…

Black Issues in Philosophy: Australian Continental Philosophy

By Bryan Mukandi I suspect that just about every Shona child who grew up in the Zimbabwe of the 1980s through to the mid-1990s grew … Read more…

Black Issues in Philosophy: Does Race Trump Gender? Intersectionality and Charles Mills

By Brooks Kirchgassner The recent issue of Critical Philosophy of Race (Vol 5. Issue 1) features a mini symposium on the work of renowned philosopher … Read more…

Black Issues in Philosophy: An Interview with Cornel West

By Rosemere Ferreira da Silva In 2009, I interviewed a group of black intellectuals in the United States while I was researching for my doctoral … Read more…

Reflections on Tommy Curry

Part 1: Opinion By Leonard Harris I write this op-ed to express my view of Texas A&M University’s President Michael K. Young’s commentary on Professor … Read more…