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Latest issue ZAA 02/2017 available now!

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Volume 65.2 (2017)

Special Issue Black Studies – Paradigm Shifts
Issue Editors: Carsten Junker, Marie-Luise Löffler

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  • Carsten Junker, Marie-Luise Löffler, “Editors’ Introduction: Black Studies – Paradigm Shifts.”
  • Melba Joyce Boyd, “The Current State of Black Studies in the United States.’”
  • Sabine Broeck, “‘It is always now’ (Beloved): Notes on the Urgency of Enslavism Theory, and Studies.”
  • Patrice D. Douglass, “The Claim of Right to Property: Social Violence and Political Right.
  • Cedric Essi, “‘Mama’s Baby, Papa’s, Too’ – Toward Critical Mixed Race Studies.”
  • Alan Rice, “Vagrant Presences: Lost Children, the Black Atlantic, and Northern Britain.”
  • James Smalls, “The Visual Life of Black Queer Diaspora.”
  • Isabel Soto, “Blac (Dis)Entanglements: Langston Hughes, Richard Wright, and Spain.”
  • Calvin L. Warren, “Black Mysticism: Fred Moten’s Phenomenology of (Black) Spirit.”
  • Book Reviews
  • Books Received