Gender and Sexuality in Africa and the Diaspora | Rowman & Littlefield
Gender and Sexuality in Africa and the Diaspora
Gender and Sexuality in Africa and the Diaspora publishes innovative, interdisciplinary research on intersections of gender, sexuality, and other political, social, economic, cultural, and geographic identity markers. The series has particular interest in groundbreaking scholarship on herstories/histories, elements and politics of gender and sexuality that center critical African and African diaspora thought and philosophies within global contemporary theoretical debates across the disciplines. Thus, manuscripts exploring gender relationships, queer identities, sexualities, masculinities, and femininities within both Africa and its diaspora in interdisciplinary contexts are highly encouraged.


Editor(s): Besi Brillian Muhonja (muhonjbx@jmu.edu) & Babacar M'Baye (bmbaye@kent.edu)
Advisory Board: Nkiru Nzegwu, Achola Pala, Melinda Adams, Binyavanga Wainaina, Ashley Currier, Betty Wambui, Jane Rarieya, Olufemi Taiwo, and Cheikh Thiam
Staff editorial contact: Shelby Russell (srussell@rowman.com)