The award-winning multicultural and black studies journal Transition is known for its stimulating essays from a diverse array of authors. In the latest issue, Rosalind C. Morris explores sexuality and violence in South Africa’s mining towns, Garnette Cadogan ruminates on Bob Marley, and Tommie Shelby interviews sociologist Paul Gilroy, author of Against Race and Postcolonial Melancholia. Also included are Tiphanie Yanique’s short story “The International Shop of Coffins” and Simon Gikandi’s review of Ngugi wa Thiong'o's Wizard of the Crow.
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