creolize

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Ultimately, creolising is a process that's happening whether the Nigerian state and its custodians like it or not, but it would be great if they got with the programme.
17) "The world is creolising, this implies that cultures of the world brought into contact with one another today, in an earthshaking and perfectly deliberate fashion, change as a result of exchanges such as irreversible shocks, bloody wars as well as advances in terms of hope and conscience that create room for claiming--without being utopian as such, or rather by accepting to be utopian--that present-day humanities can hardly abandon something to which they have been attached for such a long time, namely that the identity of a being can only be valid or recognisable if it precludes the identities of all other beings.
She writes, furthermore, that "[i]n the figure of Tearle an older version of whiteness unwillingly and resistantly writes (itself into) the newly creolising city" (2004: 748).
The Renaissance is also read constructively as one cognisant of a "nonracialising and creolising world" (p.