Black History Month
To celebrate Black History Month, Routledge History has pulled together an article collection to remember the history and highlight the contributions from the African and Black diaspora.
These articles will be available to read with free-access via this page only until December 31, 2020.
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|Article Title||Authors(s)||Journal||Volume & Issue||Year|
|Finding last middle passage survivor Sally ‘Redoshi’ Smith on the page and screen||Hannah Durkin||Slavery & Abolition||40 (4)||2019|
|Naming, Identity and Intersectionality in Toni Morrison’s Sula, Beloved and A Mercy||Samantha Schreiner||English Academy Review||36 (2)||2019|
|Race and Racialized Experiences in Childish Gambino's “This is America”||Kimberly Eison Simmons||Anthropology Now||10 (2)||2018|
|#SayHerName: a case study of intersectional social media activism||Melissa Brown, Rashawn Ray, Ed Summers & Neil Fraistat||Ethnic and Racial Studies||40 (11)||2017|
|Black History, Oral History, and Genealogy||Alex Haley||The Oral History Review||1 (1)||1973|
|Buffalo Soldiers as Guardians of the Parks: African‐American Troops in the California National Parks in the Early Twentieth Century||Kathy S. Mason||The Historian||81 (1)||2019|
|Black Scholars Matter: #BlkTwitterstorians Building a Digital Community||Aleia M. Brown & Joshua Crutchfield||The Black Scholar||47 (3)||2017|