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DARK LEGACIES: TRACING ROOTS OF U.S. SETTLER COLONIALISM IN CONTEMPORARY TRIBAL ISSUES
Drawing on the traditions and perspectives of ethnic studies, history and anthropology, I examine historical roots of U.S. settler colonialism and how they shape contemporary tribal issues in the U.S. Driven by the forces ...
Zero to Blaque: Preliminary Notes, Preparations, and a Groundwork for a Critique of Black Reason
This study takes up an intentionally aggressive polemic with what we might call Black Reason. It does so on several registers. The first is that it proceeds from a speculative observation made by comedian Paul Mooney. ...
The Android and our Cyborg Selves: What Androids Will Teach us about Being (Post)Human
In the search for understanding a future for our selves with the potential merging of strong Artificial Intelligence and humanoid robotics, this dissertation uses the figure of the android in science fiction and science ...