iBlack Studies: An Interdisciplinary, Integrative and Interactive Approach


marilyn m. thomas-houston (ed)


Black studies


Rooted in long-incubated plans to use digital methods to explore the Black experience and from a 2006 gathering organized by editor marilyn m. thomas-houston, iBlack Studies introduces readers to the interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary field of Black Studies. Serving as a hub for accessing collections of research and resources on the Black experience by providing a no-cost open access home for digitized and born-digital research and minimally distributed publications, its resources include but are not limited to fieldnotes, video and audio recordings, datasets, and conference papers and proceedings. The hub is expected to grow, with new sections contributed by scholars interested in the creation of an online, no-cost, open-source presence for their work.

This title was peer reviewed with a single-blind process by the AFRO-PWW editorial board.

Please cite this book using the DOI 10.21900/pww.9.

Author Biography

marilyn m. thomas-houston

marilyn miller thomas-houston is the author of “Stony the Road” to Change: Black Mississippians and the Culture of Social Relations (Cambridge University Press, 2005) and co-editor with Mark Schuller of Homing Devices: The Poor as Targets of Public Housing Policy and Practice (Lex­ing­ton Books, 2006). A multi-disciplinary trained schol­ar, Associate Pro­fes­sor Tho­mas-Houston teaches African American Studies and Vis­u­al An­thro­pology at the University of Florida. She is the di­rec­tor-pro­ducer of several ethnographic films on Black life and history. Her most re­cently completed project is a two-part documentary, From These Roots, on Black basketmaking in Nova Scotia, Canada — a family tradition that found its way north through refugees from the War of 1812 and has been sustained for almost two centuries. Much of her “social re­spon­si­bil­i­ty” is practiced through her not-for-profit organiza­tion, For My People Pro­duc­tions, Inc. Thomas-Houston is also one of the original members of the eBlack Stud­ies Consortium and co-Editor with Daryl Mi­chael Scott of a new multi­media peer-reviewed journal, Fire!!! (www.fire-jbs.org).



March 29, 2019


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