Spotlight on Celebrating Black Culture

link to Celebrating Black Culture

Throughout May we are putting a spotlight on our books, journals and digital collections which celebrate Black culture. We are offering 30% off selected ebook and print books - to take advantage of this offer, use code CULTURE30 at the checkout. (30% deducted at checkout. Duties and customs taxes charged by the courier may apply when ordering a print book within the EU.)

US and Canada customers can use code ADISTA5 at checkout at global.oup.com/academic 



New in paperback books

link to Deferred Dreams book

Open Access books

link to American Creoles book

link to Extrapolation article

Black Technoculture and/as Afrofuturism
André Brock

link to Bulletin of Hispanic Studies article

African Poetry in Spanish Exile: Seeking Refuge in the Metropolis
Benita Sampedro Vizcaya

link to Contemporary French Civilization article

Popular Music From The North African Immigrant Community: Multiculturalism In Contemporary France, 1945–1994
Richard L. Derderian

Digital Collections

link to Octavia Butler’s Black Female Future Fiction article

Liverpool Science Fiction Studies Online
Octavia Butler’s Black Female Future Fiction
by Frances Smith Foster

Browse collection
link to Black American Speculative Literature article

Liverpool Science Fiction Studies Online
Black American Speculative Literature
by John Pfeiffer

Browse collection
link to Science Fiction and the Black Power/Arts Movements article

Liverpool Science Fiction Studies Online
Science Fiction and the Black Power/Arts Movements: The Transpositional Cosmology of Samuel R. Delany Jr.
by Gregory E. Rutledge

Browse collection

For librarians to request a 30-day free trial of select content in the Liverpool Science Fiction Studies Online collection, please contact Jessica Thompson at J.Thompson18@liverpool.ac.uk.