Bonner, F. I. (2011). Negotiating the “In-Between”: Liminality and the Construction of Racial Identity among African American Male Collegians. Journal of African American Males in Education, 2(2), 146 – 149.
The article focuses on liminality and racial identity development of African American college students. It states that during the liminal phase of the undergraduate years, many search for identity and that the phase is difficult for African American males who must contend with a masculine and African American identity. It adds that emerging scholarship needs to form a platform to better understand African American males who attempt to form identity in liminal spaces.