Dear ASWAD Member,

One of the benefits of your ASWAD membership is a JSTOR e-subscription to the Journal of Africana Religions, which is provided gratis to ASWAD by Pennsylvania State University Press. When we update our membership list, ASWAD sends your name to the journal, and then JSTOR sends you your log-on credentials directly.

Check out the new issue, Vol. 6, No. 1:

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  • The Gift, and Death, of Blackness (pp. 1-26)
    Joseph Winters
  • Theological Thinking and Eurocentric Epistemologies: A Challenge to Theologians from within Africana Religious Studies (pp. 27-49)
    Joseph Drexler-Dreis



  • The Communal Stakes of Scholarly Debate: A Retrospective on the Critical Reception of Black Atlantic Religion (2005) (pp. 50-94)
    Lorand Matory
  • Culture, Nation, and the Struggle for Black Atlantic Religion (pp. 95-103)
    Roger Sansi
  • Toward an Inventory of Influence: Biography and Belonging in Sustained Dialogue with Black Atlantic Religion (pp. 104-113)
    Elizabeth Pérez
  • A Reflexive Response to J. Lorand Matory’s Retrospective on the Critical Reception of Black Atlantic Religion(pp. 114-122)
    Michael Iyanaga



  • Introduction to Roundtable for Robert Baum’s West Africa’s Women of God: Alinesitoué and the Diola Prophetic Tradition (pp. 123-126)
    Dianna Bell
  • God-Emitai and Women Prophets (pp.126-130)
    Isabel Mukonyora
  • When Women Are Central to African Religious History: On Power, Prophecy, and Memory (pp. 130-133)
    Maha Marouan
  • Sacrifice, Ethics, and Alinesitoué: Human Rights and Ritual Discourse in a Revolutionary Prophetic Movement (pp. 134-142)
    Joseph Hellweg
  • The Experience of Alinesitoué and African Women’s Prophetism (pp. 142-144)
    Rosalind I. J. Hackett
  • Reflections on West Africa’s Women of God: Alinesitoué and the Diola Prophetic Tradition(pp. 145-149)
    Charles Ambler
  • West African Women of God: A Response (pp. 149-157)
    Robert M. Baum

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