Kaleido[scopes]: Diaspora Re-Imagined represents a cross-generational student effort to celebrate and connect the spirit of Africana Studies students. Kaleidoscopes features student projects, papers, and creative responses produced in Africana Studies courses. Kaleido[scopes] compiles student works that explore real-world applications of Africana Studies and theories presented inside of the classroom. The journal also features student artistic contributions to Africana Studies. Multimedia projects are displayed on a companion blog. Kaleido[scopes] aims to heighten awareness of the cutting edge research in Africana Studies. The journal also serves as a forum to surface the creative ideas and multidimensional voices of the Africana Studies Department at Williams College.
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