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Some Abstracts by Research-Country


Stefanie O. Ogbonna Igbofrauen in Migration

Ishraga Mustafa Hamid Auf dem Weg zur Befreiung. Empowerment-prozesse Schwarzer Frauen afrikanischer Herkunft in Wien


Irina Novikova Black Baltics


Anna Rastas Racialised relations in finland


Ibra Sene Analyzing and Problematizing the Literature on Senegalese Immigrant Communities in France

Dominic Thomas Black France in Transnational/Transcolonial Contexts

William Alexander Blacks in French culture in the late-18th and early 19th centuries


Gorch Pieken "Prussian Lovebirds" The story of a German family with African roots

Ludger Wimmelbücker Mtoro bin Mwinyi Bakari – lecturer and author

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

Great Britain

Tracy Fisher Rethinking the Political: Black Women’s Grassroots Activism in Britain

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

Daniel McNeil Afro(Americo)centricity in Liverpool, England


Elisa Joy White Blacks in Postcolonial Europe: The Case of the African Diaspora in Ireland


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


Dienke Hondius Africans in the Early Modern Netherlands

Kate Lowe Black Africans and Renaissance culture: interaction and assimilation


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


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


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

Rada Bogdacenco : The History of African Transnationalism in Romania

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


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

Tatiana A. Tagirova Similarities between Anglophone Caribbean and Russian literature

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


Michael Ugarte Equatorial Guinea

Antonio Uribe Juan Latino, afrikanischer Professor im Granada des 16. Jahrhundert

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


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


Alev Deniz Schwarze Türken und die nationale Identität in der Türkei

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

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