Endarch: Journal of Black Political Research

Endarch: Journal of Black Political Research is a double blind peer-reviewed journal published by Clark Atlanta University Department of Political Science in partnership with Atlanta University Center Robert Woodruff Library. The journal is an online publication. Endarch seeks to reflect, analyze, and generate activity, which will ultimately lead toward the expansion, clarification, and solidification of black political thought. For this purpose, the journal publishes articles that report original investigations and contribute new scholarship to the field of political science.

Current Issue: Volume 2017, Issue 1 (2017) Fall 2017

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Endarch, Fall 2017
Leslie Small

Front Matter


Editorial Board:

  • Leslie Small, Editor In Chief, Clark Atlanta University
  • Kurt Young, Chair, Clark Atlanta University Department of Political Science

Editorial Review Board:

  • William Boone, Clark Atlanta University
  • Daphne Cooper, Indian Rivers State College
  • Dorian Brown Crosby, Spelman College
  • Teri Fair Platt, Clark Atlanta University
  • Nasrolah Farokhi, Morris Brown College
  • Rickey Hill, Jackson State University
  • Alecia Hoffman, Alabama State University
  • Zenzele Isoke, University of Minnesota
  • Nathaniel Jackson, Clark Atlanta University
  • Joseph L. Jones, Philander Smith College
  • Mack Jones, Clark Atlanta University
  • Terza Lima-Neves, Johnson C. Smith University
  • Guy Martin, Winston Salem State University
  • Mueni W. Muiu, Winston Salem State University
  • Dwight Mullen, UNC-Asheville
  • Adolph Reed Jr., University of Pennsylvania
  • Maziki Thame, University of the West Indies
  • Carmen Walker, Shaw University
  • Alex Willingham, Williams College
  • Zaphon Wilson, St. Augustine's University