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James Baldwin Review
This essay proposes that we turn to James Baldwin's work to assess the cost of, and think alternatives to, the cultures of traumatization whose proliferation one witnesses in contemporary U.S. academia. Beginning with some recent examples, the essay briefly places these cultures into a genealogy of onto-ethics whose contemporary forms arose with the reconfiguration of diasporic histories in the idioms of psychoanalysis and deconstructive philosophy in 1990s trauma theory. Baldwin speaks to thedoi:10.7227/jbr.4.9 fatcat:empcmhix3banxkj6flj2loqf6m