Acquiring Editor: Alison K. Syring
Series Editors: Keisha N. Blain and Quito Swan
This series seeks to publish significant scholarship in the field of Black Internationalism. Moving beyond a nation-state centered level of analysis, books in this series will grapple with the international dimensions of the Black freedom struggle. They will provide historical and interdisciplinary perspectives on how people of African descent articulated global visions of freedom and forged transnational collaborations and solidarities with the Global South. The series will reflect the field's remarkable growth in the areas of culture, geography, and methodology. Intersectional in nature, the series will collectively interrogate how race and ethnicity intersect with categories such as religion, gender, sexuality, class, and nationality. The series editors welcome projects that explore the diverse ways people of African descent transcended racial, geographic, and cultural lines in historical and contemporary contexts.
Series editorial board:
Kia Caldwell, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Erica R. Edwards, Rutgers University, New Brunswick
Gerald Horne, University of Houston
Tsitsi Ella Jaji, Duke University
Michael O. West, Binghamton University
Tracy Sharpley-Whiting, Vanderbilt University
Author: Tiffany N. Florvil
Afro-German Women and the Making of a Transnational Movement
Pub Date: December 2020
The women and groups behind Black German thought and resistance of the late twentieth and twenty-first centuries learn more...
Author: Edited by Keisha N. Blain and Tiffany M. Gill
Black Women and Internationalism
Pub Date: March 2019
Expanding the contours of black internationalism learn more...