Who We Are

H-Black-Europe is a listserve and discussion forum for scholars, intellectuals, and activists who are interested in studying the Black Diaspora to Europe and Black European culture and history.

Tiffany Florvil, University of New Mexico
Jean Beaman, University of California, Santa Barbara
SA Smythe, University of California, Los Angeles

Editors can be contacted at blackeuropeanstudies@gmail.com

Book Reviewers

Robbie Aitken, Sheffield Hallam University

Christienna Fryar, University of Liverpool

Kennetta Perry, De Montfort University, Leicester

Vanessa Plumly, SUNY New Paltz

Hakim Adi, University of Chichester
Tiffany Florvil, University of New Mexico
Felix Germain, University of Pittsburgh
Trica Keaton, Dartmouth College
Heike Raphael-Hernandez, Universität Wurzburg
Kira Thurman, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Elisa Joy White, University of California-Davis
Michelle Wright, Emory University

The primary goals for H-Black-Europe are: to enable scholars in many different disciplines (history, modern languages and literature, cultural studies, sociology, anthropology, et. al.) to more easily engage with one another in current research; to facilitate discussion on new books, articles, methods, and tools of critical analysis; to explore these issues as they relate to the overall development of the Black European Studies and other similar subject matter (postcolonial studies, critical race theory, nationalism, etc.); to collect and circulate materials related to the teaching of Black European Studies; and to serve as a clearinghouse for events (conferences, workshops, projects, websites, etc.) dealing with the study of Europe and the Black Diaspora. H-Black-Europe welcomes questions concerning research, literary recommendations, historiographical debates, and the teaching and application of Black European Studies.