Black Jacobins: Negritude in A Post Global 21st Century was a programme that explored the idea of producing a major Caribbean symposium – not as a regional entity like past Caribbean symposia based on island themes and regionality – but as a conceptual theme that links the past with the present. This symposium focused on the legacies and contemporary impact of two major 20th century Figures: the Trinidadian writer and intellectual CLR James and his project The Black Jacobins; and the Martinique poet and intellectual Aime Cesaire.


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