No 23 (2013)

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

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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.

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