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Picturing Cuba: Art, Culture, and Identity on the Island and in the DiasporaEdited by Jorge Duany “An excellent, wide-ranging introduction to Cuban art, its historiography, and the politics of its production, reception, and exhibition. . . . The essays, ordered chronologically, provide a clear, generously illustrated account of the varied attempts through time to isolate … Continue reading Now Available: New Paperback Releases

2021 African American Intellectual History Society

The African American Intellectual History Society's Annual Conference will be held virtually this March. You can shop our books on the histories and cultures of the African diaspora here. We are offering extra deep discount prices and free shipping on all orders with code AAIH21 through June 30, 2021. Need to know what’s new this year? View … Continue reading 2021 African American Intellectual History Society

Martin Luther King Jr. and the Legacy of Selma Today

By Joe Street and Henry Knight Lozano, coeditors of The Shadow of Selma The Trump presidency seems to have reignited popular protest in numerous ways—sometimes troubling, sometimes inspiring. We need only look to the women’s marches, the furor over the travel ban, the militant response to fascists openly marching in Charlottesville, and the astonishing, heart-rending … Continue reading Martin Luther King Jr. and the Legacy of Selma Today

The Shadow of Selma

“Deftly interrogates the past, present, and future of race and justice in the United States through the lens of the Selma campaign’s various meanings and legacies.”—John A. Kirk, author of Redefining the Color Line: Black Activism in Little Rock, Arkansas, 1940–1970   The Shadow of Selma provides a comprehensive assessment of the 1965 civil rights campaign, the … Continue reading The Shadow of Selma