Book Available for Review


Spectrum: A Journal on Black Men welcomes scholars to contact us if they would be interested in reviewing one of our available books for review. We ask that potential reviewers request only one book at a time and also that all reviewers keep their reviews to around 500 words and send us their review in three to four months. Our available list of books is below:

Frederick Douglass Alcorn, Confessions and Declarations of Multicolored Men

Howard Ball, Taking the Fight South: Chronicle of a Jew's Battle for Civil Rights in Mississippi

Freeden Blume Oeur, Black Boys Apart: Racial Uplift and Respectability in All-Male Public Schools

Mark Christian, The 20th Century Civil Rights Movement: An Africana Studies Perspective

Ernest L. Gibson, III, Slavic Manhood: James Baldwin's Novelization of Male Intimacy

David Hamilton Golland, A Terrible Thing to Waste: Arthur Fletcher and the Conundrum of the Black Republican

Robert A. Hill (ed.), The Marcus Garvey and Universal Negro Improvement Association Papers: The Caribbean Diaspora, 1921-1922, Volume XIII

Johari Jabir, Conjuring Freedom: Music and Masculinity in the Civil War's "Gospel Army"

Amadu Jacky Kaba, The Black American Gender Gaps: American Citizenship, Educational Attainment, and National Leadership Positions

Kashatus, William, William Still: The Underground Railroad and the Angel at Philadelphia

Malose Langa. Becoming Men: Black Masculinities in a South African Township

Laura Morgan Roberts, Anthony J. Mayo, and David A. Thomas (Eds.), Race Work & Leadership: New Perspectives on the Black Experience

Melanie S. Morrison, Murder on Shades Mountain: The Legal Lynching of Willie Peterson and the Struggle for Justice in Jim Crow Birmingham