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PHILLIS: A Scholarly Journal Published by DREF

PHILLIS: The Journal for Research on African American Women (PHILLIS) is the peer-reviewed journal of the Delta Research and Educational Foundation. Its editions appear biennially and comprise the highest quality scholarship related to the experiences of African American women. PHILLIS solicits scholarly writings by and about African American women across all disciplines that seek to advance the history, contributions and relevancy of African American women. Works are intellectually challenging, promote debate, and seek to deepen the scholarly discussion on the global experience of women of the African diaspora. We look forward to publishing articles engaging gender, race, culture, class, nationality, and/or sexuality either as a central focus or as constitutive analytics. We seek exciting essays that support new inquiries or prompt constructive and corrective debate

 

Volume 1
Trauma and the African-American Woman
PHILLIS: The Journal for Research on African American Women

Volume 1| Issue1| 2011

Volume 2
The Genius of Black Women—One Hundred Years of Triumph

PHILLIS Journal Salutes the Genius of Black Women

Volume 2 | Issue1 | 2013

Volume 3
Fortitude: 150 Years of African American Women and Civic Engagement

PHILLIS Journal reflects upon the anniversary  of the end of the Civil War

Volume 3 | Issue 1 | 2015

Volume 4
Delta Teacher Efficacy Campaign (DTEC)

"Education: It's A Heart Matter" 
PHILLIS Journal Salutes Educators and The Art of Educating

2016-2017 Special EditionVolume 4 | Issue 1 | 2016-2017

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