African Studies Review
|Edited by||Ralph Faulkingham, Elliot Fratkin, Mitzi Goheen, Sean Redding|
|African Studies Bulletin|
|ISO 4||Afr. Stud. Rev.|
African Studies Bulletin
The African Studies Review is a peer-reviewed academic journal covering African studies. The journal also publishes book reviews. The journal was established in 1958 as the African Studies Bulletin, obtaining its current name in 1970. The editors-in-chief are Ralph Faulkingham (University of Massachusetts Amherst), Elliot Fratkin (Smith College), Mitzi Goheen (Amherst College), and Sean Redding (Amherst College).
During its history, it published several supplements, which have now all been consolidated in the main journal.
- Issue: Quarterly Journal of Opinion (1971–1999), later renamed African Issues (2000–2004)
- ASA Review of Books (1975–1980)
- Africana Newsletter (1962–1964)