Global Black Consciousness

An issue of: Nka

Global Black Consciousness
Journal Issue Pages: 304 Volume 2018, Number 1-2 Number: 42-43 Published: November 2018 An issue of Nka
Special Issue Editor(s): Margo Natalie Crawford, Salah M. Hassan
Contributors to this special issue offer a critical and nuanced analysis of global black consciousness as both a citing of diasporic flows and a grounded site of decolonizing movement. In doing so, they open up and complicate the key paradigms that have shaped the vibrant work on theories and cultural productions of the African diaspora. Divided into three focus sections, the issue pushes the abundant current scholarship on the African diaspora to another dimension—the edge where we think about both the problem and promise of mobilizing “blackness” as a unifying concept.

Contributors: Hisham Aidi, Ahmed Bedjaoui, Margo Natalie Crawford, Romi Crawford, Naz Cuguoglu, Jody Cutler, Souleymane Bachir Diagne, Lydie Diakhaté, Manthia Diawara, Amanda Gilvin, Salah M. Hassan, Shannen Hill, Tsitsi Jaji, Barbara Murray, Zita Nunes, Ugochukwu-Smooth C. Nzewi, Sharon Obuobi, Toyin Ojih Odutola, Richard J. Powell, Holiday Powers, Shana L. Redmond, Fanny Robles, Bahia Shehab, Ahmad Alawad Sikainga, Themba Tsotsi, Penny M. Von Eschen, Robert Wade, Dagmawi Woubshet, Mawande Ka Zenzile


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