Kwame Anthony Appiah
The Cosmopolitan Pan-Africanist
in The Pan-African Pantheon
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This chapter interrogates the ideas of Ghanaian-British philosopher, Kwame Anthony Appiah, about Pan-Africanism, including critiquing what Appiah regarded as the racist essentialism of early Pan-Africanists such as Alexander Crummell.

Editor: Adekeye Adebajo


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