Afroeuropa: Journal of Afroeuropean Studies
Publisher: Equipo de Investigación Afroeuropas
Afroeuropa: Journal of Afroeuropean Studies wants to contribute to the
emerging field of Afroeuropean or Black European Studies by providing an
interdisciplinary space of encounter for practitioners working in different
fields of academic expertise, including History, Literary Criticism and
Theory, Cultural and Media Studies, Fine Arts, Musicology, Demographics,
Sociology, Human Geography, Postcolonial Studies, Gender Studies and so on.
Afroeuropa also aims to be a forum for artistic and creative expression,
publishing short stories, poetry, photography, video or any other form of
art which can supported by a multimedia format. Book reviews, interviews and
announcements for all sorts of events related to the main topic are also
As opposed to the common practice, we are open to a multiplicity of European
languages, prominent among them Spanish, English, French, German, Italian
Although we prioritize the geographical context of the European Union, and
in particular comparative analyses within the framework of the Union, we are
aware of the need to consider the wider space of the Black Diasporas in
America and the Caribbean, as well as the African continent itself.
Against the voices claiming for a white, Christian and Greco-Roman Europe,
we vindicate the ethnic, cultural, religious and linguistic plurality of
Europe in the past, the present and the future, and we understand that this
plurality should be understood vis-à-vis a commitment to social justice,
equality, conviviality and respect.
Doctora Marta Sofía López Rodríguez
Doctora en Filología
Universidad de León
Campus de Vegazana.
24071 Leon, España
Phone: +34 987291082
Fax: +34 987291099
Afroeuropa is available free of charge as an Open Access journal on the
Abstracts available online. Articles available in PDF format.
Current Issue: Vol 1, No 1 (2007)
Date: 28 February 2007