Frantz Fanon 1925-1961

  title={Frantz Fanon 1925-1961},
  author={D. Macey},
  journal={History of Psychiatry},
  pages={489 - 497}
  • D. Macey
  • Published 1996
  • Sociology, Medicine
  • History of Psychiatry
One of eight children, Frantz Fanon was born on 20 July 1925 in Fort-deFrance, the capital of Martinique, then a French colony and a remnant of the first French Empire that was largely lost to Britain in the eighteenth century. Like the rest of the black and mulatto population, the Fanons were descended from the slaves who were imported from West Africa to work the sugar plantations. Fanon’s parents were members of a stable and well-defined social group. Casimir Fanon was a minor customs… Expand
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