Dr. Dalitso Ruwe earned his graduate degree in Philosophy from Texas A&M on December 8, 2019. As a graduate student he was a 2018-2019 Melbourne Glasscock Dissertation Fellow. His dissertation “Black Narricide &Ontological Sovereignty: The Mischaracterization of American Slavery in 哲学,” argues that while slave narratives have been studied in Africana philosophy, Africana philosophers, in their bid to advance entrenched concepts of ethics, morality, idealism, skepticism, and phenomenology, as revered paradigms in the western canon, draw from mainstream philosophical traditions that mischaracterize and justify African slavery. By following this trajectory, Africana philosophers have failed to distinctly develop genealogies within Africana philosophy of how early Black thinkers historicized African slavery differently from Western thinkers, specifically, how enslaved Africans confronted domestication of slaves by asserting their sovereignty and how they fought for the abolishment of slavery. Employing the lens of Black Narricide, his dissertation contends that since the seventh century, Black thinkers developed a unique genre of Black philosophical discourse that deconstructed the 18th and 19th century theories of slavery rooted in theology, natural law, positive law, natural history, and ethnology. He is currently revising his dissertation for publication.
博士。 Ruwe的研究兴趣包括嘻哈哲学，非洲政治哲学，强调黑色种族科学的智力历史，非洲法律史，教育的黑色哲学，反殖民理论和黑色男子气概和性别研究。他的停机时间，博士。 ruwe喜欢看着户外电影充满黑暗的幽默，玩游泳池和篮球，并成为Instagram.页面黑曼海道的博客。