This essay presents a strategy for putting anticolonial thought in praxis through the critical application of historical thought. It suggests a method of inquiry that is problem oriented and geared toward countering hegemonic discourses. The methodological approach proposed argues for an analytical framework that is transnational in its framing, lines of inquiry that are grounded in historically informed interdisciplinarity, and analyses of the ways power interacts with memory and historicity in hegemonic discourses.

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