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Olivia Umurerwa Rutazibwa

. ( 1993 ), ‘ Eurocentrism and Modernity (Introduction to the Frankfurt Lectures) ’, Boundary 2 , 20 : 3 , 65 – 76 . Dussel , E. ( 2008 ), Twenty Theses on Politics ( Durham, NC : Duke University Press ). Grosfoguel , R. and Cervantes-Rodriguez , A. M. ( 2002 ), ‘ Introduction: Unthinking Twentieth-century Eurocentric Mythologies: Universal Knowledge, Decolonization, and Developmentalism ’, in Grosfoguel , R. and Cervantes-Rodriguez , A. M. (eds

Journal of Humanitarian Affairs
The Aid Industry and the ‘Me Too’ Movement
Charlotte Lydia Riley

Development, 1940s–1960s ’, in Smith , A. W. M. and Jeppesen , C. (eds), Britain, France and the Decolonization of Africa: Future Imperfect ? ( London : UCL Press ) pp. 43 – 61 . Riley , C. L. ( 2019 ), ‘ Labour’s International Development Policy

Journal of Humanitarian Affairs
Marie-Luce Desgrandchamps, Lasse Heerten, Arua Oko Omaka, Kevin O'Sullivan, and Bertrand Taithe

Macmillan ). Kalter , C. ( 2016 ), The Discovery of the Third World: Decolonization and the Rise of the New Left in France, c.1950–1976 ( Cambridge : Cambridge University Press ). Knoch , H. ( 2001 ), Die Tat als Bild: Fotografien des Holocaust in

Journal of Humanitarian Affairs
Meanings, Limits, Manifestations
Patrick Hayden and Kate Schick

General, Shilliam poses the following question: with what creative matter would it be possible to cultivate a new humanism – not the thin particular of European philosophy that masquerades as a universal, but a thick decolonized humanism that propels liberation? What might it look like to re-recognize one's own personhood communally, drawing on spiritual resources to redeem a collective self

in Recognition and Global Politics
Robbie Shilliam

humanism – not the thin particular of European philosophy that masquerades as a universal, but a thick decolonized humanism? Fanon could have the answer to his own problem and it lies in dispensing with the fatal impact thesis. At the start of the concluding chapter of Black Skins , and announcing the anti-colonialism of The Wretched of the Earth , Fanon washes his hands of the

in Recognition and Global Politics
Thomas Robb

FRUS 1969–1976: Arab–Israeli Crisis and War, Vol. XXV, Doc. 208, p. 607. 169 On the Euro–Arab dialogue see: Möckli, European Foreign Policy, pp. 198–208, 280–6; Gfeller, Building a European Identity, pp. 142−161. 170 Giuliano Garavini, ‘Completing Decolonization: The 1973 “Oil Shock” and the Struggle for Economic Rights’, International History Review, 33:3 (2011), 473–87; TNA: PREM 15/1981 Edward Heath to Richard Nixon, 15 June 1973; Willy Brandt, People and Politics: The Years 1960–1975 (Boston, MA: Little, Brown and Company, 1978), pp. 466–7. 171 Daniel Yergin

in A strained partnership?