Welcome to the University of Illinois Press’s virtual exhibit for the 2021 African American Intellectual History Society! We hope you’ll step inside our virtual booth and browse new books, journal articles, author interviews, and more. Buy 3 books in order to get a free copy of the Fall 2021 issue of the Journal of Civil and Human Rights. Be sure to use promo code AAIHS21 for 50% off all of our African American Studies books March 19-21, 2021!
New Books in The New Black Studies Series, edited by Darlene Clark Hine and Dwight A. McBride
Black Internationalism Series, edited by Keisha N. Blain and Quito Swan
Featured Books on Black History and Culture
New Books in the Disability Histories Series, edited by Kim Nielsen and Michael Rembis
Featured Books on Black Musicians
Meet The Editor
We are pleased to announce that Dominique Moore has joined the University of Illinois Press as an acquisitions editor. She will acquire in the fields of Black studies, women’s, gender, and sexuality studies, and American ethnic studies. With years of freelance work as a copyeditor and proofreader and positions that include managing editor at Human Kinetics, Mellon University Press Diversity Fellow at the Ohio State University Press, and, most recently, assistant editor at the University of North Carolina Press, she brings a wealth of publishing experience to UIP. You can follow her on Twitter at @DomTheEditor.
Read the full announcement here.
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- Q&A with Jasmine Mitchell, author of Imagining the Mulatta: Blackness in U.S. and Brazilian Media
- Read a Q&A with Robert E. Weems
- Read an interview with E. James West on Black Perspectives
- Listen to an interview with Stephanie Hunt-Kennedy on the New Books Network
- Q&A with Stefanie Hunt-Kennedy, Author of Between Fitness and Death
- “The Burden of Demanding Black Excellence” by Badia Ahad-Legardy in DAME
- Listen to an interview with GerShun Avilez on the New Books Network
- Q&A with Annette K. Joseph-Gabriel, author of Reimagining Liberation
- Q&A With Tyrone McKinley Freeman, Author of Madam C. J. Walker’s Gospel of Giving
- Read an interview with Lynn M. Hudson on High Country News
- Listen to an interview with Kimberly D. McKee and Denise A. Delgado on the PHDivas podcast
- What the Mainstream News Media Can Learn From the Black Press in the Age of a Pandemic by Kim Gallon on Medium
- “Black Feminists Are Mobilizing for Trans Women” in Bitch by Koritha Mitchell
- Laughing to Keep From Dying in The Atlantic
- Listen to an interview with Tiffany N. Florvil on the Decolonization in Action podcast
- Read an interview with Rae Linda Brown on Black Perspectives
- Q&A with Tammy L. Kernodle, Author of Soul on Soul