This paper illustrates the way Humanities’ categories have allowed us to read traces of cultural crossing in African fiction since the 70s. Many articles published in Présence Francophone turn the 19th century’s anthropological model around, whilst others oppose Judeo-Christian and African myths. Some propose a monolithic vision of identity, until in-between positions appear, revealing the many elements of identity in a much easier way. Among these components, the Western and African modes of knowing are pointed out by studies relying on the works of Lévi-Strauss, Bachelard and Bakhtine.
"Présupposés idéologiques et discours critique dans Présence Francophone,"
Présence Francophone: Revue internationale de langue et de littérature: Vol. 61
, Article 6.
Available at: https://crossworks.holycross.edu/pf/vol61/iss1/6
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