In honor of Black History month, UTC Library has compiled a list of 5 fantastic journals. Find amazing content celebrating black history in the following e-journals:


1. Callaloo

This peer-reviewed African Diaspora literary journal includes fiction, poetry, plays, critical essays, cultural studies, interviews, and visual art featured in the journal from 1995 – today.


2. Journal of African American Studies

This peer-reviewed journal includes a variety of content focusing on the social progress of people of African descent. The coverage includes anthropology, art, economics, law, literature, management science, political science, psychology, sociology, and social policy research. The interdisciplinary journal content is available in full-text from 1997-present


3. Journal of Black Studies

This peer-reviewed journal holistically covers the experiences and important issues in the African American community. Many subjects are explored, including economics, literature, media, and culture. The journal content is available in full-text from 1999-present


4. Journal of Negro Education

This peer-reviewed journal focuses on African American education in the United States and throughout the world. The journal coverage includes social sciences, sciences, arts and humanities and professional education, with full-text journal access from 1994-present


5. Souls

This peer-reviewed journal uses W.E.B. Du Bois’ social and political theories to examine important issues in African American Studies. This interdisciplinary journal includes articles on history, politics, social theory, and culture, with full-text access from 1999-present.


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