Black Life in Euromodernity and 400 Years of the African-American Experience (1619-2019 )w /Dr . Lewis Gordon

Postindustrial Audio, Maladjusted Life Podcast, Dr. Lewis Gordon

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In today’s episode:

I chat with renowned philosopher Dr. Lewis Gordon on the understanding of black life in modernity and reflecting on the 400th anniversary of the first enslaved Africans reaching what would become the United States through a black existentialist frame. Themes of invisibility to racial inferiority complexes are abound in this much needed conversation.

James Murray is a native of Little Rock, Arkansas and currently resides in Pensacola, Florida. You can catch him talking politics and other issues that interest or bother him on his podcast, Maladjusted Life

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