The Trotter Review is an annual journal that addresses current Black studies, race, and race relations in the United States and abroad. Published by the William Monroe Trotter Institute for the Study of Black Culture at the University of Massachusetts Boston, the Review has a special focus on Boston and Massachusetts, but its content extends beyond the city and state.
See the Aims and Scope for a complete description of the Trotter Review.
Current Issue: Volume 22, Issue 1 (2014) Appreciating Difference
Between Two Worlds: Stories of the Second-Generation Black Caribbean Immigrant
Yndia S. Lorick-Wilmot
The Somali Diaspora in Greater Boston
Paul R. Camacho, Abdi Dirshe, Mohamoud Hiray, and Mohamed J. Farah
Black Is Decidedly Not Just Black: A Case Study on HIV among African-born Populations Living in Massachusetts
Chioma Nnaji and Nzinga Metzger
It’s in the Backbone: Dance from Africa through the Diaspora, An Interview with DeAma Battle
DeAma Battle and Kenneth J. Cooper
- Kenneth J. Cooper