Call for Papers: Special Issue: Transition Magazine, ‘Black Women/Superheroes’ (Deadline: 30 November)

‘Black Women/Superheroes’ Special Issue: Transition Magazine According to Kimberlé Crenshaw intersectionality theory draws attention to Black women’s experiences of intertwined structures of power and oppression, including racism, misogyny, classism, heterosexism, discrimination based on immigration status, ableism, transmisogyny.  That said, Black… Read More ›

Event: AWA, International conference and exhibition launch (Montpellier, France, 19th March)

We are delighted to announce this international conference (African Literature and the Press) which will inaugurate the Afrophonie week at the Université Paul-Valéry Montpellier 3. The conference programme can be found here: https://africanreadingcultures.blogs.ilrt.org/fr/programme This conference is part of a larger project on ‘Popular print… Read More ›