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Open Access 'Ki moun nou ye?' The idea of difference in contemporary French West Indian thought

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'Ki moun nou ye?' The idea of difference in contemporary French West Indian thought

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Central to this article are the attempts by different 'schools' of French Caribbean thinkers to conceptualize the phenomenon of difference. Author discusses 3 principal theories of difference: Négritude, Antillanité, and Créolité. The main focus is on Martinique.

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