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Not Only the Master's Tools: African American Studies in Theory and Practice

@inproceedings{Gordon2005NotOT,
  title={Not Only the Master's Tools: African American Studies in Theory and Practice},
  author={Lewis R. Gordon and Jane Anna Gordon},
  year={2005}
}
Introduction Lewis R. Gordon and Jane Anna Gordon Acknowledgments PART I: The Geopoliticality of African-American Epistemic Struggles Chapter 1: African-American Philosophy, Race, and teh Geography of Reason Lewis R. Gordon Chapter 2: Toward a Critique of Continental Reason: Africana Studies and the Decolonization of Imperial Cartographies in the Americas Nelson Maldonado-Torres Chapter 3: The Idea of Post-European Science: An Essay on Phenomenology and Africana Studies Kenneth Danziger Knies… 
The Problem(s) of Theory and Theory Production in Africana Studies
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