By Teshale Tibebu
although Blyden is frequently missed within the historical past of recent black concept, during this booklet, Teshale Tibebu brings him out of oblivion and engages the reader in anextended, systematic review of his written works.
Teshale Tibebu is professor of historical past at Temple collage. he's the writer of The Making of contemporary Ethiopia, 1896-1974, Hegel and Anti-Semitism, and Hegel and the 3rd global: The Making of Eurocentrism in international History.
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