My main research interests are interdisciplinary as I focus on questions rather than any specific disciplinary field of study. My current projects are: 1. A book which seeks to think about the questions of human freedom historically and in our present . The book is called "And What about the Human? Wither Human Emancipation and Human Freedom."2. An edited Reader on Black Political Thought. 3 A series of projects on Haitian art.
Anthony Bogues (Ph.D., 1994, Political Theory, University of the West Indies, Mona) is the Director of the Center for the Study of Slavery and Justice ; Professor of Africana Studies, Royce Professor of Teaching Excellence( 2004-2007); and Harmon Family Professor He is also an affiliated faculty member of the departments of Political Science and Modern Culture and Media and an affiliated faculty with the Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies. Bogues's major research and writing interests are intellectual, literary and cultural history, radical political thought, political theory , critical theory as well as Caribbean and African politics. He is the author of Caliban's Freedom: The Early Political Thought of C.L.R. James (1997); Black Heretics and Black Prophets: Radical Political Intellectuals (2003); Empire of Liberty: Power, Freedom and Desire
ANTHONY BOGUES, Ph.D., 1994, Political Theory, University of the West Indies, Mona
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