What's New in the Oxford African American Studies Center
What's New: Summer 2018
Guest editor Dagmawi Woubshet (University of Pennsylvania) highlights significant LGBTQ African Americans throughout history and their contributions in a new photo essay.
New Community Spotlight Articles
California (Keenan Norris, Editor)
Chicago (John McCluskey, Editor)
Philadelphia (Richard Newman, Editor)
Cincinnati (Eric Jackson, Editor)
The African American National Biography
The AANB has been updated with 43 new biographies:
Hagan, Helen Eugenia
Jones, Thomas Edward
White, Willye B.
Offord, Carl Ruthven
Sims, Pete La Roca
Parker, Maceo, Jr.
Thompson, Howard Randall
Warren, Edward Rudolph, Jr
Kelley, George Biddle
Stewart, John Bradley
Cottrell, Comer Joseph, Jr.
Cook, Mary V.
Scott, Annie Naomi
Farro, Sarah E.
Holmes, Robin and Polly
Daniels, John C.
Lee, Mary Elizabeth Ashe
Morton, James Thomas Jr.
Rainey, Patricia "Pat" Theresa
Dictionary of Caribbean and Afro-Latin American Biography
Discover the story behind the new Dictionary of Caribbean and Afro-Latin American Biography as told by Editors Henry Louis Gates, Jr. and Franklin W. Knight:
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In addition to our ongoing editorial update program, the Oxford African American Studies Center's editors commission and publish a publicly-available Focus On feature, designed to provide insights into topics of current and historical relevance.
This month's Focus On features a photo essay showing the highlights African American members of the the LGBTQ community.