Contemporary Black History

Joseph, P. E. (Ed), Williams, Y. (Ed)

Maintaining the guiding vision of founding editor Manning Marable, this series features cutting-edge scholarship in Contemporary Black History since 1945, underlining the importance of the study of history as a form of public advocacy and political activism. It focuses on the postwar period, but it also includes international black history, bringing in high-quality scholarship from around the globe. Series books incorporate varied methodologies that lend themselves to narrative richness, such as oral history and ethnography, and include high-quality interdisciplinary scholarship combining disciplines such as African-American Studies, Political Science, Sociology, Ethnic and Women's Studies, Cultural Studies, Anthropology, and Criminal Justice.

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