The Journal of Pan-African Studies is a bi-annual peer-reviewed document of scholarship aimed at incisively exploring and driving the development of sound theory, methodology, analysis and application regarding Africentricity (aka Afrocentricity) as an intellectual and pragmatic concept. It invites papers of serious scholarship to be submitted for publication consideration. Submissions need not be mere affirmations of the concept: in order to push the envelope, papers of critical inquiry are both necessary and invited. Book reviews of material which discuss Africentricity are also invited.
Journal of African Studies
Diaspora: CSUN Student Research Journal presents papers written by undergraduates at California State University, Northridge. Topics deal with Pan African and Third World issues, and the human experience all over the world.
Kapu-Sens is a literary review published by the CSUN Pan-African Studies department
Hip-Hop Think Tank: Pan African Studies Student Research Journal