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    • Journal of African Diaspora Archaeology and HeritageEdited by Christopher C. FennellLeft Coast Press, two issues yearly, Spring & Fall, ISSN: 2161-9441.Call for Manuscripts The Journal of African Diaspora Archaeology and Heritage provides a focal point for peer-reviewed publications in interdisciplinary studies in archaeology, history, material culture, and heritage dynamics concerning African descendant populations and cultures across the globe. The Journal invites articles on broad topics, including the historical processes of culture, economics, gender, power, and racialization operating within and upon African descendant communities. We seek to engage scholarly, professional, and community perspectives on the social dynamics and historical legacies of African descendant cultures and communitiesworldwide. The Journal publishes research articles and essays that review developments inthese interdisciplinary fields. Journal web site: http://lcoastpress.com/journal.php?id=15.Submitting a manuscript to the Journal of African Diaspora Archaeology and Heritage --manuscripts should typically be no longer than 35 double-spaced pages, or approximately8,750 words, in length. Submissions should include a cover letter, an original manuscript,and any illustrations. All manuscripts should be submitted electronically in MS Wordformat for the manuscript text and accompanying illustrations should be embedded in themanuscript in low-resolution format. Illustrations should also be provided in separate .tiffformat digital files in higher resolution of at least 300 dpi. On the cover page of themanuscript, please include the title, your name, your affiliation, postal address, telephonenumber, and email address, and a one-paragraph abstract of no more than 200 words,followed by 4 keyword terms for potential use by indexing services. At the end of themanuscript, provide a biographical note of not more than 50 words about each author.Submissions should be sent to Editor Christopher Fennell at cfennell@illinois.edu. Anauthor should contact the editor if unable to submit an electronic version of themanuscript. 1
    • Members of the Journal’s Editorial Board:E. Kofi Agorsah, Professor and Chair, Black Studies Department, Portland StateUniversity; Abdul Alkalimat, Professor of African American Studies, University of Illinois;Scott Allen, Professor, Departamento de Arqueologia, Universidade Federal dePernambuco, Brazil; Ana Lucia Araujo, Associate Professor of History, Howard University,Washington, DC; Douglas Armstrong, Professor of Anthropology, Syracuse University,New York; Alice Bellagamba, Professor, University of Milano-Biccoca, Italy; Shihan deSilva Jayasuriya, Senior Fellow, Institute of Commonwealth Studies, University of London;Richard Benjamin, Director, International Slavery Museum, Liverpool, UK; MariaFranklin, Associate Professor of Anthropology, University of Texas; Grey Gundaker,Professor of Anthropology, College of William and Mary, Virginia; John Janzen, Professorof History, Kentucky University; Kenneth Kelly, Professor of Anthropology, University ofSouth Carolina; Mark Leone, Professor of Anthropology, University of Maryland; KevinMacDonald, Professor, Institute of Archaeology, University College London; PhilipMorgan, Professor of History, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland; PaulMullins, Professor and Chair, Department of Anthropology, Indiana University-PurdueUniversity at Indianapolis; Akin Ogundiran, Professor and Chair, Department of AfricanaStudies, University of North Carolina, Charlotte; Charles Orser, Jr., Curator of HistoricalArchaeology, New York State Museum; João José Reis, Professor of History, UniversidadeFederal da Bahia, Brazil; Daniel Schavelzon, Professor and Director, Center for UrbanArchaeology, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina; Carmel Schrire, Professor ofAnthropology, Rutgers University, New Jersey; Paul Shackel, Professor and Chair,Department of Anthropology, University of Maryland; Theresa Singleton, AssociateProfessor of Anthropology, Syracuse University, New York; Luis Symanski, AssistantProfessor, Departamento de Arqueologia, Universidade Federal de Parana, Brazil;Ibrahima Thiaw, Associate Professor of Archaeology at the Institut Fondamental d’AfriqueNoire, University Cheikh Anta Diop of Dakar, Senegal; John Thornton, Professor ofHistory, Boston University; and Laurie Wilkie, Professor of Anthropology, University ofCalifornia, Berkeley.Contact:Christopher C. FennellEditor, Journal of African Diaspora Archaeology and HeritageAssociate Professor, Director of Graduate Studies, and Associate HeadDepartment of Anthropology, University of Illinois109 Davenport Hall, MC-148, 607 S. Mathews Ave., Urbana, IL 61801cfennell@illinois.edu; cell (312) 513-2683 2