Studies in African and African-American Culture

Hill, James L.
January 1998
African Novel & the Modernist Tradition;1998, p225
The article provides information on Studies in African and African-American Culture. The objectives of the series are provided. Contact information about the series or for the submission of manuscripts is given.


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