Vol. 11 Nbr. 9, August 2018
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- Introduction: On Coogler and Cole's Black Panther Film (2018): Global Perspectives, Reflections and Contexts for Educators.
- Black Panther and the Problem of the Black Radical.
- If You Can See It, You Can Be It: Black Panther's Black Woman Magic.
- To Whom Does Wakanda Belong?
- Three Theses about Black Panther.
- Afro-Caribbean Reflections on the Film Black Panther: Imagining Superheroes in the Nation-Building Process of Curacao.
- Echoes of Pan Africanism in Black Panther.
- Can the Migrant Speak? Ethnic Accents in Black Panther and the Quadruple Consciousness of African Immigrants in the United States.
- 'I Remember You Was Conflicted': Reflections on Black Panther, the African American/African Divide, and Scholarly Positionings.
- If You're (Concerned About) White You're Alt-Right: Racialized Conservative Responses to Black Panther.
- The Death of Wakanda: The Impact of Chattel Slavery on the Advancement of the Descendants of the African Enslaved.
- Africana Religion, Black Panther, and the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU).
- It's Not Magic": The Black Body As An Aesthetic Site And Sight.
- To the Ancestral Plane: African Spiritism in Ryan Coogler's Black Panther (Marvel Studios, 2018) and the Desensitization to Spiritualism in Hollywood.
- Black Panther: A Black Girl's Song.
- Belonging: The Struggle of Two Worlds and Identity.
- What Is This Brown Cotton-Skinned Ragdoll Crumpled Behind a Lamp?
- Combat, Couture, and Caribbeana: Cultural Process in Coogler's Black Panther (2018).
- Black Panther as Afro-complementary Cinematic Intervention: Lessons for Africa South of the Sahara Movie Industries.