Jean Godefroy Bidima is professor and Yvonne Arnoult Chair in French Studies at Tulane University.
Laura Hengehold is professor of philosophy at Case Western Reserve University.
IIntroduction Laura Hengehold
1. What Does Being in the World Mean? Thinking Life and Domestic Bonds in Twenty-first Century Africa, Tanella Boni
2. Probing Gender Injustices in Africa, Delphine Abadie M.
3. Gender Between Kinship and Utopia, Laura Hengehold
4. The University, Cognitive Justice and Human Development, Florence Piron
5. Anthropocenes and New African Discourses: “Dwelling in the World” With Poetry and Criticism, Jean-Godefroy Bidima
6. Spectres of the Infinitesimal: Posthuman Francophone Worlds, Nick Nesbitt
7. Rethinking the Living in Light of African Philosophy: Toward an Animist Humanism,
8. From Muntu to Moun: An African Ethicalization of Caribbean Discourse, Hanétha Vété-Congolo
9. Nelson Mandela and the Topology of African Encounter with the World, Chielozona Eze
Conclusion, Jean-Godefroy Bidima