George Barganier
Visiting Associate Professor

My work is concerned with the ways Blackness—as a process of dehumanization superimposed onto the bodies of racialized subjects—unfolds and reinvents itself in the experiences of everyday life. Of particular interest, is the Black Radical Tradition’s potential to transcend the problem of coloniality and offer a historical alternative to western modernity. I am currently working to complete my next book, Fanon’s Children: Panthers, Crips, Bloods and the Black Radical Tradition (under contract, Temple University Press) which explores the potential Blackness holds as a locus of resistance for creative ethical practice.

George Barganier


University of Pittsburgh
5500 Wesley W. Posvar Hall
230 South Bouquet Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15260