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2013

No 23 (2013): Fear of Blackness: Recovering The Hidden Ethnogenesis of Early African and Afro-Asiatic Peoples Comprising The "Moors"

Fear of Blackness: Recovering The Hidden Ethnogenesis of Early African and Afro-Asiatic Peoples Comprising The "Moors" of North Africa and Spain

It is uncommon to devote an entire issue of a journal to one essay by one author. Exceptions are very rarely made unless it is a complex, intricately argued, extensively researched, and copiously referenced seminal paper that, we believe, will profoundly advance scholarship in significant major ways. We are happy to make this exception for this phenomenal essay, “Fear of Blackness: Recovering the Hidden Ethnogenesis of Early African and Afro-Asiatic Peoples Comprising the “Moors” of North Africa and Spain” by Dana W. Reynolds-Marniche. West Africa Review is proud to be the home of this bold, pioneering work by an author, well known for her prodigious research skills and meticulous attention to detail.

No 22 (2013): Rethinking the Philosopher-King

This special-issue is guest-edited by Akin Adesokan, Associate Professor of Comparative Literature at Indiana University, Bloomington.


2011

No 19 (2011): Africa at the Crossroads

This issue is guest-edited by Brillian Besi Muhonja, Assistant Professor of Foreign Languages, Literatures and Cultures, and Africana Studies, and David Owusu-Ansah, Professor of History and Africana Studies, both at James Madison University.

No 18 (2011)

This issue introduces Podicle, a new form of engagement for scholarly discourse.

2010

Cover Page

No 17 (2010): Remembering Professor John Conteh-Morgan

Photo courtesy of John Conteh-Morgan's memorial page.

Professor John Conteh-Morgan (July 31, 1948 - March 3, 2008) in his study in 2007.

This issue is dedicated to our late friend, colleague, and brother, Professor John Conteh-Morgan, one of the founding Editorial Board members of West Africa Review.

Even though Professor John Conteh-Morgan passed away in March 2008, our dedication of this issue is an effort to keep his legacy alive, and to celebrate his immense intellectual achievements in the field. He was an Iroko of knowledge. A true pioneer and a champion of all things good. We will sorely miss him.



2007

No 11 (2007)

The eleventh issue of West Africa Review.

No 10 (2007)

The tenth issue of West Africa Review.

2006

No 9 (2006)

The ninth issue of West Africa Review.

2005

No 8 (2005)

The eighth issue of West Africa Review.

No 7 (2005)

The seventh issue of West Africa Review.

2004

No 6 (2004)

The sixth issue of West Africa Review.

No 5 (2004)

The fifth issue of West Africa Review.

2003

Vol 4, No 1 (2003)

The fourth volume of West Africa Review.

2002

Vol 3, No 2 (2002)

The third volume of West Africa Review.

2001

Vol 3, No 1 (2001)

The third volume of West Africa Review.

Vol 2, No 2 (2001)

The second volume of West Africa Review.

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