This page provides a list of 20 highly-rated books for those interested in the field of anthropology.
Words Without Borders seeks to expand cultural understanding through the translation, publication, and promotion of the finest contemporary international literature.
Anthropology For Kids is a series of books, workshops, and conversations each full of pictures and stories about what it means to be a human.
List Challenges compiled a list of books by Black, African American, African, and African diaspora authors that are relevant year-round.
This book challenges educational discourse in relation to teaching about Africa at all levels of the education system in the Global North, with a specific case study focusing on the… Continue Reading »
This blog is aimed at giving visibility to African and Black writers rarely covered by the mainstream African media. The blog and related podcast cover literary news from across the… Continue Reading »
The Dardishi team has put together a reading list of articles and essays on the topic of Arab-Black solidarity.
A reading list about women, gender, and black internationalism that focuses on global visions; transnational activities; trans racial political alliances of people of African descent in the US and other… Continue Reading »
To Turn the Whole World Over is a collection of essays that examine the intersection of internationalism and women’s rights/feminism.
This is an article post with a reading list of works about black internationalism. Most works were written in the early 20th century.
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