John E. Drabinski & Fatima Seck
Myia Tamara Elum
Conversations in Atlantic Theory
Conversations in Atlantic Theory is dedicated to conversation with authors and editors of books from and about the Atlantic world, ranging from work on distinct and intertwined traditions, comparative study, anti- and de-colonial thinking, and articulations of indigenous and subaltern resistance. We imagine and describe the Atlantic world in the broadest, most permissive terms, and we are committed to conversation as a model for scholarly presentation, engagement, and critical exchange.
A collaborative project with the Journal of French and Francophone Philosophy, the Conversations podcast is edited and managed by John E. Drabinski (Professor of African American Studies, University of Maryland) and Fatima Seck (doctoral candidate in Comparative Literature, University of Maryland) with tech-sound assistance from Myia Tamara Elum. The podcast is also supported by an editorial collective of interested scholars specializing in the full range of Atlantic thought.
If you are an author or editor who would like to discuss a book, email firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange a conversation.
Keisha Allan (Baruch)
Kris Sealey (Fairfield)
Abdul-Karim Mustapha (Johns Hopkins)
Neil Roberts (Toronto)
Jared Rodriguez (Alabama)
Marisa Parham (Maryland)