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CAAR Publications

Caar publications: FORECAAST

Find below some of the latest CAAR publications and the announcements of some of the soon-to-come publications.


Please find the list of the most recent (and forthcoming) reviews below.

what we are & What we do

CAAR is a financially independent, international organization of African-American and Black Diaspora scholars from over 25 countries, including the US, Canada, Japan, China, several African countries and all European countries. Members come from a range of disciplines including literature, history, cultural studies, film studies, social sciences, as well as from queer studies and gender studies. The membership is made up equally of professors, students, and individual researchers and activists outside the academy.


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Violet m. shower jhonson

Violet was born in Lagos, Nigeria, and grew up in Nigeria and Sierra Leone, West Africa. She received her BA (Honors in History) from Fourah Bay College, University of Sierra Leone
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Patricia Williams-Lessane

Dr. Williams Lessane is the Executive Director of The College of Charleston’s Avery Research Center for African American History and Culture where she is a tenured faculty member in the library.
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silvia pilar castro borrego

Silvia Castro Borrego is Lecturer of English and North American literature and culture at the University of Málaga (Spain).


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