The liquid blackness journal founded in 2014 at Georgia State University by faculty member Alessandra Raengo and members of the liquid blackness research group — doctoral students Lauren McLeod Cramer, Cameron Kunzelman, and Kristin Juarez – will join Duke University Press’s publishing program in Spring 2021. Raengo and Cramer are the journal’s editors-in-chief. The revamped open access liquid blackness: journal of aesthetics and black studies will devote its first three issues to the foundational concepts of “Liquidity,” “Blackness,” and “Aesthetics,” initially examined in the journal’s second issue in 2014. Please see Duke University Press announcement here