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Spotlight on Celebrating Black Culture: Free to read journal articles and 30% off selected e-book and print books

As part of our Spotlight on Celebrating Black Culture, enjoy a discount on selected books and free access to a selection of articles from across our journals, available until May 31st 2022.

For this month’s Celebrating Black Culture Spotlight, we are focusing on our books, journals and digital collections that highlight different elements of Black culture across the globe.

We are offering 30% off selected e-book and print books – to take advantage of this offer, use code CULTURE30 at the checkout, available throughout April. (30% deducted at checkout. Duties and customs taxes charged by the courier may apply when ordering a print book within the EU.)

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We are also making a selection of our journal articles free to read for the month. Featuring a broad range of subject areas that explore the theme of Celebrating Black Culture, including visual culture, hispanic studies, science-fiction, and theology.

The chosen articles explore topics such as African poetry, Black technoculture, Black identities in science-fiction films, and the impact of North African immigration on contemporary French music.

Journal articles free to read:

Bulletin of Hispanic Studies

AFRICAN POETRY IN SPANISH EXILE: SEEKING REFUGE IN THE METROPOLIS
Benita Sampedro Vizcaya

Contemporary French Civilization

POPULAR MUSIC FROM THE NORTH AFRICAN IMMIGRANT COMMUNITY: MULTICULTURALISM IN CONTEMPORARY FRANCE, 1945–1994
Richard L. Derderian 

Extrapolation 

BLACK TECHNOCULTURE AND/AS AFROFUTURISM 
André Brock

Historical Studies in Industrial Relations

RESEARCH NOTE: BLACK WORKERS IN LONDON IN THE 1940S
David Watson

Journal of Romance Studies

JOSEPHINE BAKER AND UTOPIAN VISIONS OF BLACK PARIS
Bennetta Jules-Rosette

Music, Sound, and the Moving Image

MED HONDO’S SARRAOUNIA: THE MUSICAL ARTICULATION OF CULTURAL TRANSFORMATION
Alexander Fisher

Australian Journal of French Studies

WHY BLACK? AFRICAN LITERATURE IN AN AUSTRALIAN FRENCH DEPARTMENT
R. Sherrington

Science Fiction Film & Television

ALIENATING IDENTIFICATION: BLACK IDENTITY IN THE BROTHER FROM ANOTHER PLANET AND I AM LEGEND
Janani Subramanian

Modern Believing

ACHILLE MBEMBE AS BLACK THEOLOGIAN
Vincent Lloyd

The Byron Journal

BLACK BYRONISM
Matt Sandler