This isn’t a long book; on the contrary, at a little over one hundred pages, it is a compact collection, and one that offers a strong suggestion of the fruitful scholarship that may result from collaborations by academics from Classics and African Diaspora Studies. Each essay contains a bibliography and notes that inspire readers to explore these lines of inquiry. . . with this study, the series editors have made an important intervention in both disciplines and offer a glimpse of the work to emerge in the coming decades.