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Discours d'Afrique : Tome 1 : Pour une réthorique des identités postcoloniales d’Afrique subsaharienne

Abstract : Africa has experienced the black slave trade, colonisation, independence and globalisation. Today the representations of African peoples have evolved considerably. Taking into account all the historical vicissitudes that have marked the continent, one may wonder how such a seriously threatened or distorted identity manifests itself in the African discourse after decolonisation. By shifting the problematic of identity as posed separately in the human and social sciences on the one hand and in literary studies on the other, and by systematically articulating this problematic with those of discourse, the contributions gathered here have approached the question of African identities on the one hand, from the angle of their own rhetorical forms identifiable in discourse (political, media or everyday life), and on the other hand from the angle of an ethnic, political or corporate identity claim that takes written or oral form in different arenas.
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Alpha Ousmane Barry. Discours d'Afrique : Tome 1 : Pour une réthorique des identités postcoloniales d’Afrique subsaharienne. Presses universitaires de Franche-Comté, 2009, Les Cahiers de la MSHE, 978-2-84867-267-0. ⟨10.4000/books.pufc.24902⟩. ⟨hal-03140268⟩

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