CFP: Transcendental Africanity: The Key to Defeating Afrophobia and Reclaiming Global Africa
Transcendental Africanity: The Key to Defeating Afrophobia and Reclaiming Global Africa is fourfold: (1) It explores the conceptual, historical, and contemporary meaning(s) of Africanity and transcendental Africanity as an identitary paradigm; (2)It scrutinizes Afrophobia, a contemporary outcome of the age-old racialistic biases leveled at Africans and Afro-descendents; (3) It identifies and analyzes critical reasons why transcendental Africanity is the key to defeading Afrophobia in the 21st century and how this key can and must be leveraged to this end; and, (4) the book argues that a Global Africa, that is, the worldwide collectivity of Africans and Afro-descendants generically referred to in the foreign-generated narrative as "Black people", must be steadfast in re/building itself and empowering its constituents from within in order to defeat Afrophobia and avance together toward the bright horizons it ambitions to reach.
Scholars interested in contributing to this book project are invited to submit chapter proposalsnalong with their short bios to Professor Mohamed Saliou Camara at firstname.lastname@example.org by January 31, 2023. More information about the project details and submission guidelines can be found at https://www.uwpbooks.com/for-authors/
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