Vol. 12 Nbr. 7, December 2018
- Dude, Where's My Black Studies Department? The Quagmire of Interdisciplinary Black Diaspora Studies.
- Displacing Black People and Culture, Gentrification: The New "Negro Removal" Program: A Call for an Emergency Summit.
- James H. Cone: The Vocation of Christian Theology and the Christian Church Today.
- Blackness as a Pedagogic Tool Against the Dishonesty of a Post-Racial Teleology.
- Psychological Implications of the Use of Indigenous Knowledge in Aiding Agricultural Production among the Yoruba of South Western Nigeria.
- Human Rights and Displacement in Literature: The Case of M. Mwangi's Kill Me Quick and K. Kombani's The Last Villains of Molo.
- "I Am Because of What I Know I Have": A Descriptive Analysis of Chinamwali in Preparing Women for Womanhood, Sexual Life and Reproduction.
- Elusiveness and the Presence of Essence: Rethinking Trappler's 'Notions of Being/Moments of Being' from a Heideggerian Perspective.
- Campaign Suppression, Electoral Paranoia and the Poetics of Elections in Nigeria After June 12, 1993.
- Sankofa: The Critical Nkrumahist Theory.
- Held in Trust by History: Lerone Bennett Jr., Intellectual Activism, and the Historical Profession.
- Black Student Engagement: Resilience & Success Under Duress.
- Dialectics of Oppression: Fanon's Anticolonial Critique of Hegelian Dialectics.
- Cheikh Anta Diop: An Intellectual Portrait, A Gem in the Mist of the Pile.