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Kathleen M. Ahern Blacks in European Russia 1700-2000 Representing Black European History

Ama de-Graft Aikins Being African-British: a socio-psychological examination of the (re)construction and functions of cross-cultural selves Black European Studies Curricula

Robbie Aitken Research Aims, Objectives and Questions Representing Black European History

Robert Ajani "Race", Culture and Black Germanian Identity in the age of Global Media Communication Representing Black European History

William Alexander Blacks in French culture in the late-18th and early 19th centuries Representing Black European History

Michele Alexandre Conceptions of Identity of Haitian Europeans in France: What does a black european concept of Identity mean to Haitians in France? Representing Black European History

Jacqueline Andall New African Migrations to Europe Empirical Research: Subjects and Objects

Debra D. Andrist Moors and more (or less): The Black Iberian as OTHER Representing Black European History

Susan ArndtEuropa: Transformationen, Herausforderungen und Konzeptionen in Literaturen Black European Studies Curricula

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Rashad A. Baadqir Black Like Me, Black Identity in a Race Conscious Europe More Important Issues

Mariam Bagayoko Francophone Institutions and Black Minority French Speakers in FRANCE: the current situation of an unspoken conflict and its perspectives Representing Black European History

LaShonda Barnett Negotiating Dispersion: African Diasporas in Europe Black European Studies Curricula

Kanika Batra Performing Blackness and Sexuality Black European Studies Curricula

Herman L. Bennett Diaspora and Afro-German population Representing Black European History

Stéphanie Bérard The French Antillean Diaspora in the theater of Julius Amédé Laou Representing Black European History

Nina Berman German-language texts by Africans and Black Germans: A Research Agenda Representing Black European History

Chandra BhimullBlack Europe and the Question of “It” Black European Studies Curricula

Georgia Bianchi Representations of self in an adopted country: Culture, conflicts and criticism in the literature of Italophone African authors Representing Black European History

Foluke Blackburn ‘Being and becoming Black’ Representing Black European History

Allison Blakely Black Identity and “Invisibility” in Europe Representing Black European History

Ineke Bockting Black European experience in The Netherlands More Important Issues

Rada Bogdacenco The History of African Transnationalism in Romania Representing Black European History

Giulia Bonacci “Can an Ethiopian change the colour of his skin?” Rastafari faith in continental Europe More Important Issues

Jeff Bowersox "Black Europeans or Blacks in Europe? Colonial Performers in Germany, 1896-1914" Representing Black European History

Simpice Boyogueno The Process of Othering in The Voices of the Strait and Letters From Alou More Important Issues

John Brackett Alessandro De’ Medici, 1529-1537: Europe’s First Black Prince? Representing Black European History

Kelly Brewer Black Turks: (Self)representation at the Crossroads of the Ottoman Legacy and Contemporary African Migration Representing Black European History

Rashayla Marie Brown “Weak Become Heroes”: The Alternative Public Culture of UK Garage in Nine Tracks Representing Black European History

Deborah Anna Brown The Role of Race in the Third Reich: A Look at Negrophobia in Nazi Propaganda Representing Black European History

Antonio Brown Black Political Identity in Western Europe Empirical Research: Subjects and Objects

Amani Buntu 10 years of Trouble. Respect, Resilience and Representation – Young Afrikans In Norway reclaiming their identity. Experiences from the resource centre Afrikan Youth In Norway (AYIN) Representing Black European History

Barbara Bush White representations of Black identity and the emergence of the racialised ghetto in post Second World War British cities Representing Black European History

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Rosetta Giuliani Caponetto Homo Africanus, the bogyman of our times: How he is perceived in the Italian collective imagination and why he strikes fears Representing Black European History

Philippe Castel Black European identity and social categorization : is there an alternative methodology ? Empirical Research: Subjects and Objects

Eddie Chambers Some History, Some Identity, Some Notions of Nation and Nationality in the Work of Some British-based African-Caribbean Artists of the Contemporary Period Representing Black European History

Mark Christian The Fletcher Report: 75 Years On Representing Black European History

Anna Chybicka Attitude and action - explicit and implicit attitudes towards race vis-à vis different regulatory dynamics of cognitive, affective and behavioural attitude components of white Europeans towards Black Europeans Empirical Research: Subjects and Objects

Yacoub Cisse Africans in Norway. A scattered community. Looking at the lives of the small African community in Danmark-Norway Representing Black European History

Edris Cooper-Anifowoshe A performance workshop that would explore the personal root stories of the African presence in Europe More Important Issues

Robert Coles Russian Racial Attitudes Before Pushkin Representing Black European History

Victoria Bernal and Bettina Conrad (Dis)locating Identity, Community, and Citizenship: Representing Black European History

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Author Title Topic
James P. Danky African Diaspora Newspapers & Periodicals: A Pan-European Phenomenon Representing Black European History

Aija Poikane-Daumke Writing As a Site of Resistance and Healing: The Importance of the Act of Writing in African American and Afro-German Literatures Representing Black European History

Ashley Dawson The People You Don’t See: Immigration and Apartheid in Fortress Europe More Important Issues

Alev Deniz Schwarze Türken und die nationale Identität in der Türkei Representing Black European History

Ana Maria de Schur Black Germany and Academia Racism and the academy

Alessandra Di Maio Black Italia - Africa Meets the World in the Bel Paese Representing Black European History

Sonya Donaldson “Wir sind ein Volk?”: Immigration, Reunification, and their Impact on Black German Identity from 1984 to1996 Representing Black European History

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Barrington S. Edwards Odyssey in Berlin: W.E.B. Du Bois’ Challenge to Race and the Social Sciences More Important Issues

Maisha R. Eggers Schwarze Kinder in Deutschland -Identitätsentwicklung und Ansätze (politischer) Bildungsarbeit im Kontext rassifizierter Machtdifferenzen- Racism and the academy

Eugene Desire ELoundou Communication proposal: "The Eleventh province" or the camerounian community, european by nationality: From worse to better or from bad model to good model More Important Issues

Emmanuel Chukwudi Eze Black europeans intellectual history: perspectives from philosophical traditions Racism and the academy

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Allyson Field Representing Black Europe in Cinema Representing Black European History

Karen E. Fields On Conceiving a Documentary about the Black Presence in Southwest France More Important Issues

Tracy Fisher Rethinking the Political: Black Women’s Grassroots Activism in Britain Networking Strategies: International (pol.) Org.

Tiffany Nicole Florvil German identities through films, newspapers, photographs and advertisements Representing Black European History

Ellinor Forje and Charifa Clark How have Black Europeans conceived themselves historically, and what is their relationship to Africa and to other parts of the African Diaspora? Empirical Research: Subjects and Objects

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Kathryn T. Gines The Black Atlantic, Afrocentricity, and Existential Phenomenology: More Important Issues

Félix F. Germain Partners without Voices: Black Workers in the French Labor Unions during the 1960s Representing Black European History

Terri E. Givens "Black" Politics in a Multicultural Europe More Important Issues

Nadine Golly Schwarz und dänisch Sein Representing Black European History

Ch. Didier Gondola Black Studies in France at the Crossroads: Between the Colonial Legacy and postcolonial Afropessimism Racism and the academy

Albert Gouaffo Prinz Samson Dido von Didotown aus Kamerun im imperialen Deutschland: Botschafter in kolonialfreundlichen Milieus und Wilder im Zoo Representing Black European History

Mekada Graham From the margins to the center - Bringing the cultural heritage and histories of black communities into social welfare and social work More Important Issues

Jeffrey Green “All races and colors from every part of the world” - Black people in Britain, 1905 Representing Black European History

Raquel Greene Representation of Africans and African-Russians in Russian literature and culture over the last four centuries Representing Black European History

Chanzo Greenidge Raisin; in the Sun? Reconsidering African and Caribbean Diaspora and Association Football in Europe Representing Black European History

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Marja-Leena Hakkarainen Die Konstruktion der transnationalen Identität in den kulturellen Autobiographien der Schwarzen Deutschen Representing Black European History

Ishraga Mustafa Hamid Auf dem Weg zur Befreiung. Empowerment-prozesse Schwarzer Frauen afrikanischer Herkunft in Wien Networking Strategies: International (pol.) Org.

Hans Friedrich Heese The Berlin Mission Society and Black Europeans: The cases of Klaus Kuhn, Jan Sekoto and Gerard Sekoto More Important Issues

Dienke Hondius Africans in the Early Modern Netherlands Representing Black European History

Young-sun Hong Theorizing Black Europe From a Global Perspective Black European Studies Curricula

Christiane Hutson Wer werde ich, wenn ich krank bin? Empirical Research: Subjects and Objects

Patrick Hylton A Black British Male Perspective of Identities Representing Black European History

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Steve James Destined to Witness: Afro-European Identity as a Locus for Research in the Diaspora More Important Issues

S. Marina Jones Autobiogrphies of Afro Germans Representing Black European History

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Paul H. D. Kaplan Frederick II, Afro-Europeans, and the Depiction of Black Africans in Pre- and Early Modern European Art Representing Black European History

Maghan Keita Re-thinking the African Diaspora. Africa and the Construction of Medieval Europe Black European Studies Curricula

Cilas Kemedjio The High Price of Citizenship: Blacks In France, between Racialized Identities and the Republican Rhetoric Representing Black European History

Grada Kilomba African Diaspora, Everyday Racism, Trauma More Important Issues

Bruce King No Title More Important Issues

Marie-Hélène Koffi-Tessio Global Experiences: Being Black and French Representing Black European History

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Author Title Topic
Karima Laachir African diaspora in France Representing Black European History
Black European Studies Curricula

Agustin Lao-Montes Blackening European Modernities/Dis-covering An(Other) Europe: Toward a Genealogy of Afro-Hispanic Difference Representing Black European History

Nicola Lauré al-Samarai Geschichte, Erfahrung, Theorie: Diasporisches Denken in Konzepten und Positionsbestimmungen Schwarzer deutscher Feministinnen Representing Black European History

Adebayo A. Lawal Conspiracy of silence and the invisibility of blacks in england, 1850-1950 Racism and the academy

Reyes Lázaro PAREJA Representing Black European History

Gesuína de Fátima Leclerc Cultural diversity as a challenge for the construction and enlagement of the public sphere of rights in brazil More Important Issues

Angela M. Leonard Mapping Conceptual Paradigms for the Memories of Black Europeans More Important Issues

Bernth Lindfors Ira Aldridge´s Africanness Representing Black European History

Karen U. Lindo Post-Colonial Women Performing in States of Shame: Shame and the Black Female Body: Subject/Object? Representing Black European History

Lydia Lindsey and Carlton Wilson Changing the Color of European History: The Need for Multi-culturalism in Studying the European Experience Black European Studies Curricula

Cristina Lombardi-Diop and Severine Queyras La Residence Roma: Senegalese Presence, Urban Spaces and Culture in Rome Representing Black European History

Lokangaka Losambe Postcolonial Constellations and the Shaping of the African Diasporic Subjectivity: Olaudah Equiano’s The Interesting Narrative Black European Studies Curricula

Kate Lowe Black Africans and Renaissance culture: interaction and assimilation Representing Black European History

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Author Title Topic
Sarah Ladipo Manyika Telling the untold story of Black Britons – through Levy’s highly acclaimed Small Island
Negotiating Identity: African Students in British and American Universities
More Important Issues

Amy Marczewski Literature (Re)Acting in History: Francophone African Literary Representations of the Rwandan Genocide Representing Black European History

Courtney J. Martin Black British Serial Publications 1977-1993 Representing Black European History

Marc Matera Colonial Intellectuals and Interwar Pan-Africanism in Britain Representing Black European History

Maxim Matusevich Africa, Africans, and Africanness in Soviet Popular Culture and Imagination Representing Black European History

Charles Lindor M’beri A language behaviour as a strategy for identity: substitutive use of the english ethnonym “black” to define black people in french context Empirical Research: Subjects and Objects

Daniel McNeil Afro(Americo)centricity in Liverpool, England Representing Black European History

S. Michels Bonamanga – eine entgrenzte Familiengeschichte Representing Black European History

Robin Mitchell Representations of the "Hottentot Venus" and the development of nineteenth-century french national identity More Important Issues

Michaela Mudure The Black Romanians. A Question of Race or a Question of Gypsiness? Representing Black European History

Stanley Mungwe Do they understand themselves as black, de-localized Africans and/or as part of an international community? More Important Issues

Adlai Murdoch Metropolitan Caribbean Communities: Europe, Diaspora, Identity Representing Black European History

Laura Murphy Literary methodologies and the african european author Representing Black European History

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Tobias Nagl Den Diskurs fälschen!: Schwarze deutsche Selbstrepräsentation in der Weimarer Republik zwischen (Post-)Kolonialismus und Transnationalismus Representing Black European History

Pap Ndiaye Writing a history of Blacks in France Representing Black European History

Pierre Kodjio Nenguie Überlegungen und Vorschläge für ein Curriculum der Schwarzen Europäischen Studien Black European Studies Curricula

Nancy P. Nenno Role of the African Diaspora in the formulation (and potential destabilization) of European identities Representing Black European History

Catharine Theimer Nepomnyashchy Alexander Pushkin as a “Black European” Writer Representing Black European History

Raphael Chijioke Njoku Race and Identity: A Comparative Study of the Experiences of Black Immigrants in Britain and France since the 1920s More Important Issues

Irina Novikova Black Baltics Representing Black European History

Jopi Nyman Refugee Writing – Writing the Refugee More Important Issues

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Author Title Topic
Michael Ogbeidi Black Europeans: The Quest For Relevance And Acceptability More Important Issues

Stefanie O. Ogbonna Igbofrauen in Migration Empirical Research: Subjects and Objects

Thomas Orum Priests, Penitents, Pilgrims and Parishioners: Afro-Lusitanians and Religion More Important Issues

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Author Title Topic
Jennifer Palmer Race, Gender, and Slavery in Eighteenth-Century La Rochelle: Local and Trans-Atlantic Black Networks Networking Strategies: International (pol.) Org.

Laverne Page No Title More Important Issues

Damani J. Partridge Traveling through “Black” Bodies and Finding the German Nation More Important Issues

Tiffany Ruby Patterson The Appearance and Disappearance of Moors in Spain: What Color Were They? Representing Black European History

Everette B. Penn Skin Color, Labeling and Crime Throughout the African Diaspora More Important Issues

Gorch Pieken "Prussian Lovebirds" The story of a German family with African roots Representing Black European History

Dwain C. Pruitt Nantes Noir: Living Race in the City of Slavers Representing Black European History

Severine Queyras and Cristina Lombardi-Diop La Residence Roma: Senegalese Presence, Urban Spaces and Culture in Rome Representing Black European History

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Author Title Topic
Carlos A. Rabasso Afro-Catalans: From emigration to interculturality and metissage (Black culture in Catalonia) Representing Black European History

Mogobe B. Ramose Between Black and African: on being homeless at home in Europe More Important Issues

Anna Rastas Racialised relations in finland Empirical Research: Subjects and Objects

Patricia Reid-Merritt Race, Miscegenation and Representation: The Black Female Experience in Liverpool, England Empirical Research: Subjects and Objects

Malinda Rhone To Be Black, British and Female: Exploring Diasporic Femininity Representing Black European History

Christian Rogowski ‘Triumph der Negerkultur über die weiße Zivilisation’: “Ernst Krenek’s Jonny spielt auf and the Question of ‘Race’ Representing Black European History

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Author Title Topic
Ranu Samantrai Country People: Diaspora Aesthetics and the Rural Tradition More Important Issues

Aboubakar S. Sanogo Cinematic Self-Representation(s) of the Afro-European Experience Representing Black European History

Lena Sawyer Black and Swedish: Racialization and the Cultural Politics of Belonging in Stockholm Representing Black European History

Alexandra E. Schmitt Hans J. Massaquoi’s Autobiographies and Transatlantic Identities Representing Black European History

Ibra Sene Analyzing and Problematizing the Literature on Senegalese Immigrant Communities in France Representing Black European History

Aomawa Shields relationship between Black Americans and Black Europeans More Important Issues

Dmitry Shlapentokh The European Union as “Post-Modernist Empire”: The Views from Russia More Important Issues

Kersuze Simeon Black Europeanism More Important Issues

Emil Sirbulescu Upon the Reception of Race in Romania: Pre-, Communist, and Post Communist Reactions Representing Black European History

Marjorie Attignol Salvodon Uneasy Belonging: Mapping Geographies of Identity More Important Issues

Iyiola Solanke Black Women and the Welfare State Representing Black European History

Maboula Soumahoro French Rap Representing Black European History

Jeffrey C. Stewart No Title Empirical Research: Subjects and Objects

Wendy Sutherland Black, White, and German: The Oxymoron of Blackness in the (White) German Context More Important Issues

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Tatiana A. Tagirova Similarities between Anglophone Caribbean and Russian literature More Important Issues

Jerome Teelucksingh Beyond the Windrush Generation and Black British Subjects: The Afro-Caribbean in Britain Representing Black European History

Mekonnen Tesfahuney Ethiopia: The ŒBlank¹ Figure of (Post)Colonial Discourse & Theory More Important Issues

Catharine Theimer Nepomnyashchy Alexander Pushkin as a “Black European” Writer Representing Black European History

Dominic Thomas Black France in Transnational/Transcolonial Contexts More Important Issues

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Author Title Topic
Michael Ugarte Equatorial Guinea More Important Issues

Lawrence Ogbogu Ugwuanyi A Theory of Black European History More Important Issues

Antonio Uribe Juan Latino, afrikanischer Professor im Granada des 16. Jahrhundert Representing Black European History

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Robin Walker The impact of the media on the social and psychological development of black adolescents in europe Representing Black European History

Alexander G. Weheliye “Dieses Lied ist eine Hymne für mein Volk das es so noch nicht gibt”: Minoritarian Strategies in Afro-German Popular Music Representing Black European History

Jennifer T Westmoreland The Chaâba Writes Back : « Mythological » Representations of the Postcolonial African Immigrant in France Representing Black European History

Elisa Joy White Blacks in Postcolonial Europe: The Case of the African Diaspora in Ireland Empirical Research: Subjects and Objects

Lydia Lindsey and Carlton Wilson Changing the Color of European History: The Need for Multi-culturalism in Studying the European Experience Black European Studies Curricula

Ludger Wimmelbücker Mtoro bin Mwinyi Bakari – lecturer and author Representing Black European History

Louise Yelin Caryl Phillips and the Figure of the Black European Representing Black European History

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Author Title Topic
Courtney Carliss Young The trajectory of “Negrophilia” More Important Issues


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