Ways in black otherness has influenced the experiences of the African Diaspora according to the readings in Clarke and Thomas’s text
There are several critics who are associated with the analysis of connections between black otherness and African Diaspora. African Diaspora should not only be limited on epistemological perspective. Besides, analysis which are socially grounded on basis of science have presented a type of `` realpolitik” method to the social construction of `` Black otherness”, though in this case the social approach uses science which relies on control and computation systems. Under this approach any kind of subaltern identity whether; female or male, non-white, or working class appeared just like a powerless victim who was endangered by the imposition of artifice.
The main aim of this term paper on discussing the factors that influenced black otherness to have bad experience as African Diasporas is not only an attempt to overlook all the tragedies Africans underwent through but instead to underscore the complex aspects of history, hence, there high possibilities of reconfigurations and resistance.
By undergoing all the issues of social constructions and epistemological structures of science, this term paper will mainly suggest origins of `` Black otherness” theory in the African culture. Black individuals have conferred the rise of `` Black otherness” in west and concludes that these narrations or histories which Africans lived to face experience of the African Diaspora’s.