Fall 2016 Special Issue: Women, Gender Politics, and Pan-Africanism

Fall 2016 Special Issue: Women, Gender Politics, and Pan-Africanism

Women, Gender, and Families of Color is proud to announce its Fall 2016 special issue on women, gender politics, and Pan-Africanism, with a special introduction from guest-editors:

Keisha N. Blain, University of Iowa

Asia Leeds, Spelman College

Ula Y. Taylor, University of California, Berkeley

Volume 4, Issue 2 is available October 2016 in both hardcopy and online through ProjectMuse and JSTOR. 

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

“The Diasporic Journeys of Louise Little: Grassroots Garveyism, the Midwest, and Community Feminism”

Erik S. McDuffie

“Becoming Creole, Becoming Black: Migration, Diasporic Self-Making, and the Many Lives of Madame Maymie Leona Turpeau de Mena”

Courtney Desiree Morris

“Sex at a Crossroads: The Gender Politics of Racial Uplift and Afro-Caribbean Activism in Panama, 1918-32”

Jeffrey W. Parker

“Accessing Pan-African Feminist Humanism: Unlocking the Metacolonial in the Poetry of Una Marson and Dionne Brand”

Belinda Daneen Wallace

“An Apparatus for Negro Women:  Black Women’s Organizing, Communism, and the Institutional Spaces of Radical Pan-African Thought”

Minkah Makalani

Mothers of Pan-Africanism: Audley Moore and Dara Abubakari

Ashley Farmer