Out now: the print edition of the Journal of the British Society for Phenomenology, Volume Fifty One, Number Four, 2020.
The latest edition of the Journal of the British Society for Phenomenology is hitting the streets this week. Volume Fifty One, Number Four is a special issue titled ‘Capital, Sex and Africa’, edited by Rafael Winkler, University of Johannesburg.
Capital, Sex and Africa
Rafael Winkler – ‘Sexuality, Capitalism, and Africa’
Andrea Hurst – ‘Capitalism and the Banality of Desire’
Derek Hook – ‘Fanon via Lacan, or: Decolonization by Psychoanalytic Means…?’
Nigel C. Gibson – ‘Fanon and Marx Revisited’
Ashley Woodward – ‘“White Skin”: Lyotard’s Sketch of a Postcolonial Libidinal Economy’
David Mitchell – ‘Satre and Fanon: The Phenomenological Problem of Shame and the Experience of Race’
Matthias Pauwels – ‘Intersections of Queer Art and African Indigenous Culture: The Case of Inxeba (The Wound)’
This edition of the journal is also available online at the JBSP website of our publishers, Taylor and Francis. The online version of the journal also publishes articles in advance of the paper edition, to read ahead see ‘Latest Articles’. Access to the JBSP is free to all members of the society, who also receive the quarterly print copy of the journal as part of their subscription. You can find out more about becoming a member and supporting the BSP on the membership webpage. If you are not a member of the BSP, you can also log in using institutional or personal access via Shibboleth and OpenAthens.