Catholicism As an Instrument of Counterhegemony: The Religiopolitical Ingenuity of Afro-Mexican People.
The Western Journal of Black Studies 2011, Fall, 35, 3
The Western Journal of Black Studies
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Introduction Black Studies advocates have sought to create a counterhegemonic body of thought designed to facilitate the liberation of African people since the inception of the discipline in the 1960s. For some six decades, these scholars have been researching the philosophy and praxis of Blacks on the continent and in diaspora from a multidisciplinary perspective that includes history, politics, sociology, psychology, art, and economics. This study makes a contribution to that scholarship by addressing two omissions.
- Category: Social Science
- Published: Sep 22, 2011
- Publisher: The Western Journal of Black Studies
- Seller: The Gale Group, Inc.
- Print Length: 37 Pages
- Language: English