Dalitso Ruwe’s research interests centre around Intellectual History of Africana Philosophy, Anticolonial theory, Africana Legal History, Black Male Studies, and Black Philosophies of Education. Currently, he is working on a manuscript titled Horrors of the Flesh: Black Misandric Violence and the Dehumanizing Logics of Western Sciences that traces how scientific caricatures from the 17th to 21st centuries have conscripted Black males as violent beings that scientists have advanced violent and non-lethal measures to deal with the believed violent nature of Black males as a preemptive measure to protect society and preserve democracy from the supposed threat that Black males pose to western societies.
- B. A. Fellow, Center for the Study of Democracy and Diversity, Queen's University, 2021-Present
- Extending New Narratives in the History of Philosophy, Guelph University, 2020-2021
- Ruwe, D. (2022). Eugenic Caricatures of Black Male Death from the Nineteenth-to Twenty-first Centuries. Theory & Event, 25(3), 665-688.
- Ruwe, D. (2022). Black Minds Matter: Repression of Critical Race Theory and Racial Violence Against Black Students. Journal of Critical Race Inquiry, 9(2), 73-92.
- Ruwe, D. (2022). Africana Public Philosophy and Its Critique of Anti‐Black Propaganda. A Companion to Public Philosophy, 86-94.
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