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Volume 7 • Number 2 • 2014


Guest Editor, Acknowledgements and Introduction
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Deconstructing Pseudo-Scientific Anthropology: Ant�nor Firmin and the Reconceptualization of African Humanity
by Gershom Williams
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Undeniable Complacency of Western World Anthropology Scholars in Acknowledging the Equality of the Human Races: Revisiting Ant�nor Firmin in the New Millennium
by Nana Adu-Pipim Boaduo
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Positivism and Progress in Firmin�s Equality of the Human Races
by Camisha Russell
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Race and Geopolitics in the Work of Ant�nor Firmin
by Asselin Charles
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Still Singing �Kiss My Ass� to a Wagner Melody: Ant�nor Firmin and the Establishment of Twentieth Century Ethnography
by Anthony Kwame Harrison
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Homage to Ant�nor Firmin (1850-1911) Haitian Egyptologist
by Th�ophile Obenga
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Ant�nor Firmin, the �Egyptian Question� and Afrocentric Imagination
by Celucien L. Joseph
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