"Founded in 1969 by Robert Chrisman and Nathan Hare, THE BLACK SCHOLAR is the first journal of black studies and research. In TBS, academics, activists, artists, and political leaders come to grips with basic issues confronting Afro-America, the Diaspora, and Africa. While a paucity of intellectual spaces focused on black thinking remains, due in part to the impact of TBS, Black/Africana Studies and its sub-disciplines have become legitimate spaces of scholarly inquiry." Relaunched in June 2012.
Critical Philosophy of Race will examine issues raised by the concept of race, the practices and mechanisms of racialization, and the persistence of various forms of racism across the world. It opposes racism in all forms; it rejects the pseudosciences of old-fashioned biological racialism; it denies that anti-racism and anti-racialism summarily eliminate race as a meaningful category of analysis. The journal is sponsored by the Rock Ethics Institute at The Pennsylvania State University.
The ‘critical’ in ‘critical race’ refers to the guiding principle of Critical Race and Whiteness Studies (CRAWS), namely that racialised categories are taken not as reflecting ‘real’ differences in the world, but rather that such categories are made to matter in social contexts where racialised hierarchies are rendered salient.
"For the last third of a century, the Journal of Black Studies has been the leading source for dynamic, innovative, and creative research on the Black experience. Poised to remain at the forefront of the recent explosive growth in quality scholarship in the field of Black studies, the Journal of Black Studies is published six times per year. This means a greater number of important and intellectually provocative articles exploring key issues facing African Americans and Blacks can now be given voice."
Journal emphasize[s] the ideal of social equality for those who suffer most from the social injustice generated by the global capitalist economy of today: the multiracial working class women and men all over the world.
Race & Class is a peer-reviewed, ISI-ranked publication, the foremost English language journal on racism and imperialism in the world today. For three decades it has established a reputation for the breadth of its analysis, its global outlook and its multidisciplinary approach.
Race and Justice (RAJ), peer-reviewed and published quarterly, serves as a forum for the best scholarship on race, ethnicity, and justice. RAJ focuses on the ways in which race/ethnicity intersects with justice system outcomes across the globe. The journal is also open to research that aims to test or expand theoretical perspectives exploring the intersection of race/ethnicity, class, gender, and justice.
Provides an international and multidisciplinary forum for issues germane to race and its enduring relationship to psychological, socioeconomic, political, and cultural problems. The journal publishes original empirical studies, reviews of past research, theoretical studies, and invited essays that advance the understanding of the complexities of race and its relationship to social problems.
The journal is especially concerned to address... issues (of wordwide changes concerning social identities such as race, nation and ethnicity, as well as the emergence of new forms of racism and nationalism as discriminatory exclusions) in the context of the transforming political economies and cultures of postmodern and postcolonial conditions.
The official journal of ASA’s Section for Racial and Ethnic Minorities, Sociology of Race and Ethnicity publishes the highest quality, cutting-edge sociological research on race and ethnicity regardless of epistemological, methodological, or theoretical orientation.
"Since 1977, The 1Western Journal of Black Studies (WJBS) has been a leading interdisciplinary journal that is devoted to publishing scholarly articles, from a wide range of disciplines that focus mainly on the experience of African Americans in the United States of America. The journal publishes articles that, as its name implies, report original investigations and contribute new knowledge and understanding to the field of Black/African American Studies. Theoretical articles and works concerning the African diaspora are welcome if whenever possible they include data research and implications for applicability. All manuscripts are selected by blind peer review."
Provides access to the practices and theories of radical social change, and focuses on socialism, national liberation, labor, indigenous peoples, gays/lesbians, feminism, ecology, democracy, and anarchism.