Philosophia Africana is an international philosophy journal founded in 2001. It is published at Depaul University under the editorship of the Nigerian-American philosopher Emmanuel Chukwudi Eze. Philosophia Africana won the first prize in the 2002 Council of Editors of Learned Journals award for Best New Journal.
Philosophia Africana publishes peer-reviewed academic philosophical or philosophically interdisciplinary works that explore pluralistic experiences of Africa and the Black Diaspora from both universal and comparative points of view. It also selectively publishes original or critical interpretations of creative and artistic works revealing vibrant intellectual cultures of modern Africa, the Black Diaspora, and other universally inclusive traditions of thought.
Philosophia Africana is indexed in The Philosopher's Index, K.G. Saur Verlag-IBZ/IBR Abstract Services, Current Bibliography on African Studies, CSA Sociological Abstract, ASA-Online, Arts & Humanities Citation Index, and Current Contents/Arts & Humanities.