Frantz Omar Fanon (1925–1961) was a Martiniqueborn, French-trained activist, philosopher, and psychiatrist whose theorization of the psychosocial elements of the colonial encounter in metropolitan France and colonial Algeria shaped late-20th-century critical anthropology in ...

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