Souls: A Critical Journal of Black Politics, Culture and Society at UIC

Upcoming Issues: BLACK WOMEN’S ECONOMIC HISTORIES (Vol. 18 #1/ Jan-Mar 2016) Guest Editors: Dayo Gore, University of California, San Diego Prudence Cumberbatch, Brooklyn College Sarah Haley, University of California, Los Angeles REPARATIONS (Vol. 18 #2/ Apr- Jun 2016) Editor: Barbara Ransby, University of Illinois at Chicago AFRICAN AMERICAN REPRESENTATION AND THE POLITICS OF RESPECTABILITY (Vol. 18 #3/ Jul-Sept 2016) Guest Editors: Jane Rhodes, University of Illinois at Chicago Ralina L. Joseph, University of Washington

Souls is a Reuters-rated, quarterly interdisciplinary journal founded in 1999 and published by Taylor & Francis. It is housed in the African American Studies department of the University of Illinois at Chicago and edited by historian and activist Barbara Ransby.

The journal explores the intellectual debates that are central to the work of scholars and activists, challenging our understanding of history, politics, social theory, and culture in ways that create new possibilities for a democratic praxis and pursuit of social justice.

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souls@uic.edu

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Souls: A Critical Journal of Black Culture, Politics and Society
Department of African American Studies (MC 069)
University of Illinois at Chicago
601 S. Morgan
Chicago, IL 60607

Editorial Working Group

Martha Biondi
Northwestern University

Cathy J. Cohen
The University of Chicago

Michael C. Dawson
The University of Chicago

Roderick Ferguson
University of Illinois at Chicago

Lynette A. Jackson
University of Illinois at Chicago

Cedric Johnson, Chair
University of Illinois at Chicago

Jane Rhodes
University of Illinois at Chicago

Beth Richie
University of Illinois at Chicago

David Stovall
University of Illinois at Chicago