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Black Studies


Journal of African-American History (formerly the Journal of Negro History).  Silver Spring, MD:  Association for the Study of African American Life and History, 2002-.

This quarterly journal was founded as the Journal of Negro History in 1916 and is published by the Association for the Study of African American Life and History.  It bills itself as "the leading scholarly source on African American life and history."  Each volume includes peer-reviewed articles, essay reviews on one or more books, and shorter books reviews, many of them on religion-related topics.

Location:  Available to ATS users online: 2002-2011

Black Theology, according to its website, “provides a forum for the articulation and expression of issues of faith among Black people across the world,” in the United States as well as the rest of the Americas and around the world.  It aims to be relevant to courses and scholarship in Black studies while remaining accessible to lay readers as well.  Articles include “theological reflection, ethnologies and qualitative surveys or historical analyses written from religious studies, theological, anthropological or other social science perspectives,” as well as book reviews and books received.  It is indexed in the ATLA Religion Database, EBSCO’s Academic Search Premier and Religion and Philosophy Collection, and Religion and Theological Abstracts and is published three times a year.
Location:  Available to ATS users online: 2002-Present