African American Philosophy

African American Philosophy is now is now soliciting manuscripts in all areas of African-American and Africana philosophy and on emerging paradigms within these traditions.These may be monographs or collective volumes. Monographs on Joyce Mitchell Cook, Angela Davis, Roy D. Morrison, William R. Jones, Martin Luther King Jr., and others are welcome.
Studies investigating issues central to African American Philosophy and Africana Philosophy in general are also sought, as are studies that link African American Philosophy to other philosophic traditions and concerns.

The editors are particular interested in monographs or collected works on the following:
- The Ecological Crises and the Future of the Human Species: Africana perspectives
- African American Philosophical Theology
- Africana Philosophy in the Americas – including Afro\Latina Philosophy
- Africana Philosophical Perspectives on Science and Religion.

African American Philosophy is a special series in the Value Inquiry Book Series.

Editorial Board

Editors
J. Everet Green, Mercy College
John H. McClendon III, Michigan State University

Editorial Board
Stephen C. Ferguson II, North Carolina A&T State University
Kimberly Ann Harris, Pennsylvania State University
Greg Moses, Texas State University
Sara Mokuria, University of Texas at Dallas
Brittany O’Neal, Lehman College (CUNY)

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