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Black Studies

Blackness in Britain book series

Blackness in Britain is the first series of books bringing together cutting edge research on Black experiences in Britain. The series, published by Rowman and Littlefield International, will cover the interdisciplinary nature of Black Studies including work from sociology, politics, cultural studies, education, health and history.

The series will also feature key edited collections that frame Black Studies in Britain, bringing together both local and national work. For too long the experiences and struggles of the African and African Caribbean populations have been largely overlooked by academia and the series aims to fill in some of the gaps in knowledge, which have been created by this neglect.

To submit a proposal please email Kehinde Andrews.

Editorial Review Board

Professor Hakim Adi, Professor of the History of Africa and the African Diaspora, University of Chichester, UK

Professor Robert Beckford, Professor of Theology and Culture in the African Diaspora, Canterbury Christchurch University, UK

Professor Hazel Carby, Charles C & Dorathea S Dilley Prof African American Studies & American Studies, Yale University, USA

Dr Ben Carrington, Associate Professor of Sociology, University of Texas, Austin, USA

Professor Patricia Hill Collins, Distinguished Professor of Sociology, University of Maryland, USA

Professor Kimberlé Crenshaw, Distinguished Professor of Law, UCLA Law School, USA

Professor Gus John, Institute of Education, UCL, UK

Dr Patricia Noxolo, Lecturer in Human Geography, University of Birmingham, UK

Dr Lisa Palmer, Lecturer in Sociology, Birmingham City University, UK

Dr Stephen Small, Associate Professor of African American and African Studies, UC Berkeley, USA

Dr Shirley Anne Tate, Associate Professor in Race and Culture, University of Leeds, UK

Professor Cecile Wright, Honorary Professor of Sociology, Nottingham University, UK