C.L.R. James
With Africa on His Mind
in The Pan-African Pantheon
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This chapter assesses the activist career of Trinidadian scholar, C.L.R James, who was a pioneering voice in post-colonial studies. James was also a political activist who focused centrally on subaltern studies. His 1938 Black Jacobins - a classic of the Haitian revolution – is examined.

Editor: Adekeye Adebajo

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