The Radical Essentials Pamphlet Series [REPS]
Founding Editor: Yusef Progler
The Radical Essentials Pamphlet Series brings readers a collection
of reprinted book chapters, essays and lectures that are necessary for
envisioning life beyond the hegemonic grip of Western modernity, its
knowledge traditions and its socio-economic systems. Emphasizing influential
and ground-breaking works that have grown out of socio-political struggles,
the pamphlets feature maverick thinkers operating within the Western
intellectual tradition and Third World thinkers developing their own
intellectual traditions. The focus of the series is on action-oriented
critical analysis about a variety of contemporary topics, including
the environment, colonialism, consumerism, technology, health and education.
These pamphlets are published by Citizens International (Penang, Malaysia)
selected titles are also available in Malay and Chinese. They can be
Citizens International; for further information, please see www.citizensint.org
or send an email to email@example.com.
Titles in print include the following:
Ward Churchill, "White Studies: The Intellectual Imperialism of
John Mohawk and the Haudenosaunee Nation, "A Basic Call to Consciousness:
Indigenous Peoples Address to the Western World"
Ivan Illich, "Redefining Education: Why We Must Disestablish School"
Ali Shariati, "Enlightened Thinkers and the Revolutionary Society:
Where Shall We Begin?"
David Noble, "Digital Diploma Mills: Technology and the
Business Takeover of Higher Education"
Jalal Al-e Ahmad, "Occidentosis: A Plague From the West"
Marco Pallis, "The Significance of Human Attire: Do Clothes Make
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Malcolm X, "Why I Am Not an American"
Paulo Freire, "Pedagogy of the Oppressed: An Education for Humanization"
Albert Memmi, "The Colonizer and the Colonized: A Mutually Destructive
Other titles are in preparation, and include the following:
Ahmad Ghorab, "Subverting Islam: Orientalism and the Oxford Center
for Islamic Studies"
Ali Shariati, "Civilization and Modernization: Are They The Same?"
Noam Chomsky, "What America Really Wants"
Frantz Fanon, "The Elements Of A Dying Colonialism"
Richard Lewontin, "Biology As Ideology: The Distorted Doctrine