The Africana Experience and Critical Leadership Studies | Rowman & Littlefield
The Africana Experience and Critical Leadership Studies
Through interdisciplinary scholarship, this book series explores the experiences of people of African descent in the United States and abroad. This series covers a wide range of areas that include but are not limited to the following: history, political science, education, science, health care, sociology, cultural studies, religious studies, psychology, hip-hop, anthropology, literature, and leadership studies. With the addition of leadership studies, this series breaks new ground, as there is a dearth of scholarship in leadership studies as it relates to the Africana experience. The critical leadership studies component of this series allows for interdisciplinary, critical leadership discourse in the Africana experience, offering scholars an outlet to produce new scholarship that is engaging, innovative, and transformative. Scholars across disciplines are invited to submit their manuscripts for review in this timely series, which seeks to provide cutting edge knowledge that can address the societal challenges facing Africana communities.



Editor(s): Abul Pitre (abulpitre@yahoo.com) and Comfort Okpala (cookpala@ncat.edu)
Staff editorial contact: Shelby Russell (srussell@rowman.com)