The Journal of Africana Religions invites publishers to nominate a book each year for the Albert J. Raboteau Prize for the Best Book in Africana Religions.
The nominations deadline for the 2021 Raboteau book prize has now passed. We will invite nominations for the 2022 book prize in December of the current year.
We will announce shortlisted titles in May 2021. The recipient of the book prize will be announced by August 2021.
2021 RABOTEAU BOOK PRIZE COMMITTEE
Pablo Gomez, University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Spencer Dew, Centenary College.
Dianne Stewart, Emory University.
Kate Ramsey, University of Miami.
Yolanda Covington-Ward, University of Pittsburgh.