Black Studies and Critical Thinking

ISSN: 1947-5985

Black Studies and Critical Thinking is an interdisciplinary series which examines the intellectual traditions of and cultural contributions made by people of African descent throughout the world. Whether it is in literature, art, music, science, or academics, these contributions are vast and far-reaching. As we work to stretch the boundaries of knowledge and understanding of issues critical to the Black experience, this series offers a unique opportunity to study the social, economic, and political forces that have shaped the historic experience of Black America, and that continue to determine our future. Black Studies and Critical Thinking is positioned at the forefront of research on the Black experience, and is the source for dynamic, innovative, and creative exploration of the most vital issues facing African Americans. The series invites contributions from all disciplines but is specially suited for cultural studies, anthropology, history, sociology, literature, art, and music. Subjects of interest include (but are not limited to): Education, Sociology, History, Media/Communication, Spirituality and Indigenous Thought, Women’s Studies, Policy Studies, Advertising, African American Studies, Black Political Thought.


  • Title: From Congo to GONGO

    From Congo to GONGO

    Higher Education, Critical Geopolitics, and the New Red Scare
    Volume 116
    by Hope McCoy (Author) 2023
    ©2024 Textbook 96 Pages
  • Title: Black Men’s Studies

    Black Men’s Studies

    Black Manhood and Masculinities in the U.S. Context
    Volume 115
    by Serie McDougal III (Author) 2020
    ©2020 Textbook 468 Pages
  • Title: Racialism and the Media

    Racialism and the Media

    Black Jesus, Black Twitter, and the First Black American President
    Volume 114
    by Venise T. Berry (Author) 2020
    ©2020 Textbook 160 Pages
  • Title: Liberation in Higher Education

    Liberation in Higher Education

    A White Researcher’s Journey Through the Shadows
    Volume 113
    by Sarah Militz-Frielink (Author) 2019
    ©2019 Monographs 148 Pages
  • Title: Is God Funky or What?

    Is God Funky or What?

    Black Biblical Culture and Contemporary Popular Music
    Volume 111
    by Theodore W. Burgh (Author) 2019
    ©2019 Textbook 250 Pages
  • Title: African American Studies

    African American Studies

    The Discipline and Its Dimensions
    Volume 110
    by Nathaniel Norment, Jr. (Author) 2019
    ©2019 Textbook 684 Pages
  • Title: Called to Sankofa

    Called to Sankofa

    Leading In, Through and Beyond Disaster—A Narrative Account of African Americans Leading Education in Post-Katrina New Orleans
    Volume 109
    by Tammie M. Causey-Konaté (Volume editor) Margaret Montgomery-Richard (Volume editor) 2018
    ©2018 Textbook 126 Pages
  • Title: States of Grace

    States of Grace

    Counterstories of a Black Woman in the Academy
    Volume 108
    by Theodorea Regina Berry (Author) 2018
    ©2018 Textbook 128 Pages
  • Title: A Black Woman's Journey from Cotton Picking to College Professor

    A Black Woman's Journey from Cotton Picking to College Professor

    Lessons about Race, Class, and Gender in America
    Volume 107
    by Menah Pratt-Clarke (Author) 2018
    ©2018 Textbook 272 Pages
  • Title: Rethinking Black Motherhood and Drug Addictions

    Rethinking Black Motherhood and Drug Addictions

    Counternarratives of Black Family Resilience
    Volume 106
    by Tierra B. Tivis (Author) 2018
    ©2018 Textbook 214 Pages