Here are our editors’ top five articles from TBS volume 45 (2015). Given the abundance of great material from this year, narrowing it down to only five was near impossible. We truly appreciate all the hard work our contributors put into their articles. We couldn’t have done it without ALL of you!
Alphabetical by author:
- Translating Blackness: Dominicans Negotiating Race and Belonging, by Lorgia García-Peña (45.2)
- Why We Get Off: Moving Towards a Black Feminist Politics of Pleasure, by Joan Morgan (45.4)
- Looking Back, Facing Forward: (Re)-Imagining A Global Africa, by Olúfẹ́mi Táíwò (45.1)
- New Orleans Revisited: Notes of a Native Daughter, by Lynnell L. Thomas (45.3)
- If Loving Olitz is Wrong, I Don’t Wanna Be Right: ABC’s Scandal and the Affect of Black Female Desire, by Kristin J. Warner (45.1) [Free to access for limited time!]
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