Black Lives and Liberation
Key Themes of the Series
- Race, gender, and sexuality
- Intersectionality and Black liberation
- Religion and secularism
- Black radicalism and Black political thought
- Popular culture and hip hop
- Anti-colonialism and anti-imperialism
- Haitian history, literature, and culture
Brandon Byrd is an assistant professor of history at Vanderbilt University and the author of the forthcoming The Black Republic: African Americans and the Fate of Haiti (University of Pennsylvania Press). Byrd also writes for Black Perspectives, the online publication of the African American Intellectual History Society (AAIHS), and serves on the AAIHS Executive Committee.
Zandria F. Robinson is an assistant professor of sociology at Rhodes College. She is the author of This Ain’t Chicago: Race, Class, and Regional Identity in the Post-Soul South (University of North Carolina Press, 2014), Chocolate Cities (University of California Press, 2017), and the forthcoming Soul Power (University of North Carolina Press).
Christopher Cameron is an associate professor of history at the University of North Carolina, Charlotte. He is the author of To Plead Our Own Cause: African Americans in Massachusetts and the Making of the Antislavery Movement (Kent State University Press, 2014), and is founder of the AAIHS.
Proposals and inquiries can be sent to Gianna Mosser, Director, Vanderbilt University Press, at [email protected].