National Review of Black Politics (NRBP)

National Review of Black Politics (NRBP) is a refereed, international, and interdisciplinary quarterly journal of the National Conference of Black Political Scientists, continuing the scholarly legacy of National Political Science Review, which had been published continually from 1989-2019. NRBP publishes exceptional quality scholarship related to the experiences of African-Americans in the American political community, the African diaspora in the Western Hemisphere, and on questions of black politics and the politics of race-making globally. It focuses on the international links between African-Americans and the larger community of nations, particularly with Africa. Among the more common areas of research considered for publication are those typically associated with political theory and history; the history of and material conditions of knowledge production in the field of politics; gendered politics; culture, aesthetics, and black politics; diasporic and internationalist movements; political behavior and attitudes; the performance of political institutions; the efficacy of public policy, interest groups and social movements; analytic reflections on political activism and movements; interethnic coalition building; and theoretical reflections that offer insights on the minority political experience.

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