Ruth Simms Hamilton African Diaspora
Ruth Simms Hamilton African Diaspora
The Ruth Simms Hamilton African Diaspora series at Michigan State University Press presents the past and contemporary experiences of African people throughout the world, written by emerging and established scholars in various fields in the social sciences and humanities in pursuit of a reconceptualization of the historical global movements of African peoples. This series pays tribute to the life and legacy of Dr. Ruth Simms Hamilton, a pioneer in African Diaspora Studies, and builds on her seminal work and conceptualization of the African Diaspora.
 
The series highlights the global experiences and dynamic dimensions of peoples of African descent. It maps their historical and contemporary movements, speaks from their radical (unique) narratives, and explores their critical relationships with one another. By exploring Afrodescendants within their particular and broader sociocultural, historical, political, and economic contexts, it contemplates similarities, difference, continuity, and transformation.
 
Series Co-editors: Glenn Chambers, Michigan State University; Quito Swan, Howard University

INTERVIEW: AAIHS talks with Glenn Chambers and Quito Swan, the Ruth Simms Hamilton African Diaspora Series Co-Editors [10/25/2016]

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The African Presence in Santo Domingo
The African Union
New Pan-African Initiatives in Global Governance
Afrodescendants, Identity, and the Struggle for Development in the Americas
Brazilian-African Diaspora in Ghana
The Tabom, Slavery, Dissonance of Memory, Identity, and Locating Home
Decolonizing the Republic
African and Caribbean Migrants in Postwar Paris, 1946–1974
Diverse Pathways
Race and the Incorporation of Black, White, and Arab-Origin Africans in the United States
A Motorcycle on Hell Run
Tanzania, Black Power, and the Uncertain Future of Pan-Africanism, 1964–1974
Routes of Passage: Rethinking the African Diaspora
Volume 1, Part 2
Routes of Passage: Rethinking the African Diaspora
Volume 1, Part 1
“Obeah” and Other Martinican Stories