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Aims & Scope
The journal aims at promoting and contributing to scholarship in Africana Studies from a multidisciplinary framework and a global perspective. Each volume will contain critical and original essays that advance scholarship on African and African Diaspora identities and experiences. In scope, articles published will represent all subaltern fields of Africana Studies covering the humanities and the social sciences. Reviews on recently published books on any aspect of Black history and culture will also be published. The journal is published online, and two issues are produced per year: Spring (March), and Fall (September).