The Harriet Tubman Series on the African Diaspora examines all aspects of the global migrations of African peoples, whether under conditions of slavery, or more recently as a product of the postcolonial conditions of the global society. The Series addresses the quest for social justice and equitable conditions of life in Africa and diaspora as revealed in history, literary studies, culture, and the performing arts. The Series focuses on the enslavement of Africans in the racialized colonial context of the Americas and the place of slavery and abolition in various global contexts centered on Africa, the Indian Ocean, and the Islamic world. The Series offers a perspective on global multiculturalism emphasizing the centrality of African peoples. The contributions to the Tubman Series are intended to promote dialogue along and across regional, religious, cultural, and political frontiers.
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