#ASALH100: Cambria Author & Slavery Series Editor Ana Lucia Araujo (Howard University) at 2 Sessions

Cambria Press Author & Slavery Series Editor Ana Lucia Araujo (Howard University) will be at two sessions at the centennial meeting and conference of the Association for the Study of African American Life and History (ASALH). Cambria Publications by Dr. Araujo (more reviews at http://www.cambriapress.com): Public Memory of Slavery: Victims and Perpetrators in the South… Continue reading #ASALH100: Cambria Author & Slavery Series Editor Ana Lucia Araujo (Howard University) at 2 Sessions

Ida B. Wells Birthday Tribute: Black Women as Custodians of History

Cambria Press Book Highlight in honor of Ida B. Wells's Birthday "Like W. E. B. Du Bois, black activist and journalist Ida B. Wells also chose to become an interpreter of facts in her writings about lynching at the turn of the twentieth century [... and] called African Americans to write and distribute accurate histories that would… Continue reading Ida B. Wells Birthday Tribute: Black Women as Custodians of History

#ASA2014 Highlight! Black Women as Custodians of History: Unsung Rebel (M)Others in African American and Afro-Cuban Women’s Writing

This week, we will be featuring books that year's exemplify the African Studies Association annual meeting theme "Rethinking Violence, Reconstruction and Reconciliation." One such book is Black Women as Custodians of History: Unsung Rebel (M)Others in African American and Afro-Cuban Women's Writing by Paula Sanmartín. "African American scholar Henry Louis Gates Jr. has stated that… Continue reading #ASA2014 Highlight! Black Women as Custodians of History: Unsung Rebel (M)Others in African American and Afro-Cuban Women’s Writing

#NWSA2014 Highlights: Groundbreaking Books for Women’s Studies

#NWSA2014 attendees, are these groundbreaking books in women's studies in your library? Make sure they are and take advantage of the 30% discount on all titles (now until November 30, 2014). Use web coupon code BA188. Unnatural Reproductions and Monstrosity: The Birth of the Monster in Literature, Film, and Media Andrea Wood and Brandy Schillace… Continue reading #NWSA2014 Highlights: Groundbreaking Books for Women’s Studies

Cambria Press New Book for African studies, Latin American studies, slavery studies, and women’s studies

At the 2014 LASA congress last month, there was much excitement not only for Howard University history professor Ana Lucia Araujo's two highly praised books, Public Memory of Slavery and Paths of the Atlantic Slave Trade, but also her series, Slavery: Past and Present, because the inaugural title Black Women as Custodians of History: Unsung Rebel (M)Others in… Continue reading Cambria Press New Book for African studies, Latin American studies, slavery studies, and women’s studies