Black History Month 2021

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Routledge Celebrates Black History Month

Routledge is proud to celebrate diversity and promote tolerance through the research we publish.

In honor of Black History Month 2021, we’ve collected a range of articles from across our portfolio, which highlights Black History and culture. 

This collection is free to access, share, and cite until the end of 2021.

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Article Title Author(s) Journal
How, still, is the Black Caribbean child made educationally subnormal in the English school system? Derron Wallace & Remi Joseph-Salisbury Ethnic and Racial Studies
Ironheart, Marvel Comics, and The Crisis of Black Girl Representation Kiana T. Murphy The Black Scholar
African Newspapers Limited and the Growth of Newspapers for Africans in Southern Rhodesia Sylvester Dombo Media History
On Decolonisation and the University Priyamvada Gopal Textual Practice
Leave to Speak: White Scholars, “Allyship”, and Shakespeare Studies Harry R. McCarthy Shakespeare
Grenfell, Race, Remembrance Claire Launchbury Wasafiri
Identifying and Transforming Racism in Museum Education Marit Dewhurst & Keonna Hendrick Journal of Museum Education
From colonial subjects to post-colonial citizens? Considerations for a contemporary study of Black México Anthony Russell Jerry Third World Quarterly
Political Economy and the Tradition of Radical Black Study AJ Rice Souls
Extraordinary People: Hero Movies for African American History Month Bernard Beck Multicultural Perspectives
‘It’s just how we articulate the Blackness in us’: African American teachers, Black students, and African American Language Danielle Marie Greene Race Ethnicity and Education
Space as Testimony: Collecting Oral Histories Among Nigerian Seamen Lynn Schler The Oral History Review
The peculiarities of South African history: Thompsonian social history and the limits of colonialism Stephen Sparks Social History
#African Time: Making the Future Legible Thomas Widlok, Joachim Knab & Christa van der Wulp African Studies
Alien tree invasion into a South African montane grassland ecosystem: impact of Acacia species on rangeland condition and livestock carrying capacity Thozamile Steve Yapi, Patrick J. O’Farrell, Luthando E. Dziba & Karen J. Esler International Journal of Biodiversity Science, Ecosystem Services & Management
On-farm cocoa yields increase with canopy cover of shade trees in two agro-ecological zones in Ghana Richard Asare, Bo Markussen, Rebecca Ashley Asare, Gilbert Anim-Kwapong & Anders Ræbild Climate and Development
Quantifying and mapping land use changes and regulating ecosystem service potentials in a data-scarce peri-urban region in Kenya Peter Waweru Wangai, Benjamin Burkhard & Felix Müller Ecosystems and People