Zeyad El Nabolsy

Using the Concepts of Hermeneutical Injustice and Ideology to Explain the Stability of Ancient Egypt during the Middle Kingdom

By Zeyad el Nabolsy

Published in the Journal of Historical Sociology


Radwa Saad

Gender, Protests and Political Change in Africa

Includes a chapter by Radwa Saad

Published by Palgrave Macmillan, Cham


Ph.D. student Marshall L. Smith

Blood Isn't Always Thicker Than Water: Delineating the Grotesque Gaze and Locating the 'Flesh' in Victor Séjour's "Le mulâtre" (1837)

By Marshall L. Smith

Published in L'Esprit Créateur


Afifa Ltifi

Black Tunisians and the Pitfalls of Bourguiba’s Homogenization Project

By Afifa Ltifi

Published in the POMEPS

Zifeng Liu

Amid calls for racial equality, people question why 'beauty means white skin'

Read the Zifeng Liu interview by By: Zhou Minxi & Yu Jing

Amaris Brown

Closing the Distance or, The (Im)possible Politics of The Yield in Carrie Mae Weems’ Not Manet’s Type

By Amaris Diana Brown

Published in the Black Scholar's 50th Anniversary Issue