Over the first half of 2021 the PITS team brought together 23 authors and we’re extremely proud to present them in the book Places in the Sun, Post-colonial encounters across Europe and beyond. Our authors come from a range of backgrounds, from academia and activism, and we hope you enjoy their contributions! Feel free to read the book directly below, check our the contents of our book, and even register to be eligible for a copy of our book once we start distributing it!
We’re very thankful to the editors of the Book: Valentin Luntumbue, Philippe Lefevre, Stephan Raab, Ruxandra Seniuc, Adrian Waters, and Nadya Kamenkovich and of course all the incredible authors!
Drawing from our experience publishing and editing at the Institute, our team felt the best way to evoke the desire of exploring decolonial encounters in the 2021 Europe Lab was to produce a book! Inspired by numerous anthologies of decolonial encounters, we hope this publication inspires you to research more and become engaged with the themes within!
- Book / Softcover + Digital
- Published 2021
- 393 Pages
- 978-3-947214-09-9 (ISBN)
1.1 Reflections on the Black Lives Matter mobilisations in Europe: Keeping the Conversation Alive
– Thomas Yaw Voets
1.2 Brussel Eza Lola: Belgium and the Failure of Top-Down Decolonisation
– Valentin Luntumbue
1.3 Colonialism Must Fall: Reflections on Student Activism in UK Universities
– Nupur Patel
1.4 “Was Kant a racist?”: the public discussion on Germany’s belated intellectual decolonisation
– Robin F.C. Schmahl
1.5 Colonial Legacy in the Americas: Effects on Latin American societies and Indigenous peoples
– Ibrahim Sultan
1.6 Anti-blackness and the “Unsayable”: A Philosophical Investigation
– Han Asikhia
1.7 Looking beyond nation branding: the prism of hegemony and Orientalism.
– Jessica Gosling
1.8 Colonial Imaginations and Post-colonial Realities: The Cameroonian Diaspora and the ‘Anglophone Crisis’
– Hilary Koum Njoh
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