Rowman and Littlefield International

Creolizing the Canon

Series edited by Jane Anna Gordon and Neil Roberts

This series, published in partnership with the Caribbean Philosophical Association, revisits canonical theorists in the humanities and social sciences through the lens of creolization. It offers fresh readings of familiar figures and presents the case for the study of formerly excluded ones. Creolization means that the intellectual resources are mixed and explored at methodological levels. Each volume locates and transforms our understanding of an individual thinker, concept or method in a way that will have a profound impact on a range of disciplines.

Editorial Review Board

Nahum Chandler, University of California at Irvine, USA

Partha Chatterjee,  Columbia University, USA

Drucilla Cornell, Rutgers University, USA

John Drabinski, Amherst College, USA

Paul Gilroy, King’s College London, UK

Jean-Christophe Goddard, Toulouse University, France

Oscar Guardiola-Rivera, Birkbeck College of Law, London

Ulf Hannerz, Stockholm University and Swedish Academy

Abiola Irele, Kwara State University in Ilorin, Nigeria (Deceased)

Prafulla Kar, Center for Contemporary Thought, Baroda, India

Charles Mills, Northwestern University, USA

Michael Monahan, Marquette University, USA

Anne Norton, University of Pennsylvania, USA

Alexis Nouss, Maison des sciences de l’homme, Paris, France