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The 57th Annual Meeting Preliminary Program is here
01 July 2014

The 57th Annual Meeting Preliminary Program is here

The Preliminary Program for the 57th Annual Meeting of the African Studies Association, is now available for review. The conference will be held on November 20th to 23rd 2014, in Indianapolis, Indiana.

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Maya Angelou: Still Rising
29 May 2014

Maya Angelou: Still Rising

By Anne Adams , Professor Emerita, Cornell University

Twenty years ago, in May, 1994, at his inauguration Nelson Mandela read the poem “Still I Rise.”  He had become acquainted with Maya Angelou’s writing while a “caged bird” at Robben Island prison.  O...

Announcing the 2014 Board Election Results
23 May 2014

Announcing the 2014 Board Election Results

The ballot count of the 2014 elections to the ASA Board of Directors is now concluded, and the ASA secretariat is pleased to announce the election results as follows:

Vice President-elect

Dorothy L. Hodgson ( Anthropology, Rutgers University – New Brunsw...

Video: Spring 2014 Presidential Lecture, given by Professor James Pritchett
01 May 2014

Video: Spring 2014 Presidential Lecture, given by Professor James Pritchett

Watch ASA President James Pritchett's Spring Presidential Lecture , entitled "The Lunda-Ndembu Myth, and the Making of Contemporary Consciousness in Northwestern Zambia." Given on April 17th 2014, at Rutgers University.  Watch Now .

 

Announcing the ASA Presidential Fellows Program
01 May 2014

Announcing the ASA Presidential Fellows Program

The African Studies Association (ASA), is pleased to announce the ASA Presidential Fellows Program, and the start of the 2014 
Fellowship selection process. Information on how to nominate a candidate for this program can be found below.

The ASA recogni...

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ASA Journals & Publications
Monday, 17 March 2014

ASA Journals & Publications

The African Studies Association is the proud publisher of two highly regarded journals, African Studies Review and History in Africa.  In addition, throughout its history, ASA has published a number of books, mo...

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The quarterly newsletter of the African Studies Association

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