Free to Read Articles from Diaspora for Black History Month

February 13, 2023

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In honour of Black History Month, Diaspora: A Journal of Transnational Studies is highlighting work by Black scholars and research on Black and African diasporas with a collection of articles made Free to Read for the month of February!

Take time to reflect on the contributions of Black scholars and learn more about Black history, culture, and identity with these essential articles:

Performing while Black: Disrupting Gender and Sexuality from Trinidad to Norway—The Artivism of Thomas Prestø
Gladys M. Francis

Beyond Gilroy’s Black Atlantic: The Experience of the African Diaspora
Christine Chivallon, Translated by Karen E. Fields

Theorizing Africa in Black Diaspora Studies: Caryl Phillips’ Crossing the River
Yogita Goyal

Proximate Practices? Gender, Diaspora, and the Rise in Black Internationalism
Kate Baldwin

Identity Discourses and Diasporic Aesthetics in Black Paris: Community Formation and the Translation of Culture
Bennetta Jules-Rosette

National Roots and Diasporic Routes: Tracing the Flying African Myth in Canada
Katherine Thorsteinson

Where Is the Love? Race, Self-Exile, and a Kind of Reconciliation
Anand Bertrand Commissiong

Reworking Race, Nation, and Diaspora on the Margins
Jamella N. Gow

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