Cambria Press New Publication: #Slavery, Migrations, and Transformations

Cambria Press announces a new publication in the Cambria Studies in Slavery: Past and Present Series by Ana Lucia Araujo (Howard University). “One cannot extricate the diasporic experiences of Haitians in Miami or Nigerians in Houston from the larger political and social climate of today’s world, which transcends national, regional, and international borders and connects… Continue reading Cambria Press New Publication: #Slavery, Migrations, and Transformations

#ASA2014 Featured Author: Ana Lucia Araujo

Ana Lucia Araujo, professor of history and director of graduate studies at Howard University, has published highly acclaimed books on slavery. Two of these books, Public Memory of Slavery and Paths of the Atlantic Slave Trade are the perfect studies for this year's African Studies Association annual meeting theme. Her interdisciplinary books, which have earned… Continue reading #ASA2014 Featured Author: Ana Lucia Araujo

#AHA2014 annual meeting – Slavery history expert Ana Lucia Araujo at multiple sessions

Even though Cambria Press author and Slavery: Past and Present book series general editor Ana Lucia Araujo organized multiple slavery sessions at the #2014AHA annual meeting and was extremely busy, it was wonderful of her to make the time to come to the Cambria Press booth especially because her books, Public Memory of Slavery: Victims… Continue reading #AHA2014 annual meeting – Slavery history expert Ana Lucia Araujo at multiple sessions

Cambria Press author and series editor Ana Lucia Araujo interviewed for Latino Americans spotlight!

Cambria Press author and series editor Ana Lucia Araujo (Howard University) was interviewed for a spotlight segment on Latino Americans. In the interview, Dr. Araujo commented on the similarities between her native Brazil and the United States, in particular the histories of slavery in both countries which has resulted in legacies of racism and racial… Continue reading Cambria Press author and series editor Ana Lucia Araujo interviewed for Latino Americans spotlight!