“Bridging the Gap: Black Studies Across Social, Geographical, Epistemic, and Linguistic Lines”
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Recent Discussion Posts
Final Program of the 3rd Lagos Conference (University of Lagos, June 19-23, 2018)
Culture has served as a “weapon of the struggle” during the Cold War. It played a central role in leftist literary circles, socialist realist poetry and muralism, as well as in the CIA-backed Congress for Cultural Freedom, whose artist groups embraced Abstract Expressionism and modernist poetry.
Cameroon and the decolonisation of diplomacy: African perspectives on international relations
From Surviving to Living: Voice, Trauma and Witness in Rwandan Women's Writing
Over the course of the last few years, the transnational and global turn in the social sciences has inspired a profound renewal of colonial and imperial history (Kreienbaum, Kamissek, 2016).
Announcing Journal of West African History, Volume IV, Issue I
Founding Editor-in-chief: Nwando Achebe
Associate Editor: Harry Odamtten
Call for Papers